Abortion. Always a hot button topic. However you feel about it, the Federal government has no place in it. I must admit, I am personally trying to wrap my head around the semantics used to make it a Constitutional issue.
So, I'll not go there now. I will go to an easy one to figure. The tenth amendment comes to mind. What I do not find odd is the semantics the reporters use in the headline and text. It is not a ban on abortion, just a restriction to less than six weeks. Of course, they have to point out the it was an all-male court, implying that men have no business in the issue.
The last thing I'm going to say is the blatant hypocrisy. "My body, My choice" is applicable to a choice that has a one hundred percent mortality rate. The woman chooses to go in pregnant, with a living child inside her, and come out alone, the child being killed. But, when the choice involves mandatory mask wearing for a disease that even after three and one half years has now just over a one third of one percent mortality rate (.35%), suddenly it is not your body, but everyone else around you that has a say about your body. "How dare you put others at risk?" Hang Fauci.
- South Carolina's all-male Supreme Court has reversed its previous decision and upheld a strict ban on most abortions after approximately six weeks of pregnancy.
- This ruling marks a shift in the court's stance on abortion, as they previously struck down a similar law earlier this year.
- The new majority on the court, comprised entirely of men, argued that the state legislature's interest in protecting the rights of the unborn child outweighed a woman's right to privacy and bodily autonomy.