Roe v. Wade is Not “Settled Law,” Someday the Abortion Abomination Will be Overturned. Here’s Why

Courtesy of LifeNews —>

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We the Vigilant editor’s note:

We cannot restore pro-family values in America while millions of unborn babies are killed in abortion factories across the country.  This isn’t about “women’s rights,” it’s about LIFE.  Fetuses have a completely separate DNA code from the mother.  

(LifeNews) It’s a tragedy for the Supreme Court and the American people that Supreme Court confirmation hearings have been so terribly skewed for 45 years by undue emphasis on one case, Roe v. Wade.  We should hope that one day Roe v. Wade is overturned, and the abortion issue returned to the people, so that the range of important constitutional and federal issues can be given proper treatment in the assessment of Supreme Court nominees. But that is not where we are today.

In her opening statement on day one of the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) singled out Roe v. Wade—the Supreme Court’s 1973 decision that legalized abortion for any reason, at any time, in every state—as the most important Supreme Court decision that she wanted the judge to keep, saying it was “super precedent” because it had been affirmed in 39 cases.

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