Wednesday, February 01, 2006

The War to Come

Now that they have Alito firmly ensconced on the high court, the cultural conserves are going right after that old bugaboo, Roe v. Wade. They're not trying to chip away a little at a time. They're going for the kill. According to the Mooney Times...

With the goal of challenging the Roe vs. Wade ruling that ensured a woman's right to an abortion, lawmakers in Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, South Dakota and Tennessee propose banning all abortions except when the woman's life is in danger.
According to recent reports, women's reproductive rights have already been so weakened that illegal abortions seem to be on the rise.

posted at 3:12:00 PM by Duane Tate

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