Interested in attending
the 2010 March for Life in Washington D.C. this January?
Come to tomorrow’s planning meeting to find out more details!
(Thursday) 8:30AM in Commons room 265
This historical march began in 1974 with the grassroot efforts of 20,000 Americans to protest the unconstitutional ruling of Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case, which legalized abortion through all nine months of gestation. Since 1974, the March for Life has steadily grown by the tens of thousands – last year estimating 400,000+ pro-lifers.
*To find out more, visit the official website.
How is legalized abortion unconstitutional?
Ask any law expert: pro or anti-abortion, they will all tell you that the Supreme Court has no Constitutional power to create a new law. Supreme Court judges only have the power to assess if a law is constitutional. In Roe v. Wade, abortion became legalized because the judges in favor said the right to an abortion is listed within the “penumbras of the Constitution.” They also listed that the right to abortion is also justified by the right to privacy.
On the contrary, the right to privacy is a law to protect citizens from unwarranted invasions of homes etc. – not to be able to privately go to a clinic and have a doctor kill your child. In fact, if the right to privacy can be so liberally applied as to allow the killing of one’s child in a clinic, it can even moreso justify child abuse and killing of others within the home.
Contrary to the “allusions” to a right to abortion in the Constituion, the right to life is clearly stated throughout the Constitution:
- “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”.
- “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity“. (Posterity = children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, etc. – human beings yet to be born who deserve the blessings we’ve received.)