On June 24, 2022, a majority of justices on the Supreme Court, by a margin of 5 to 4, moved to end federal codes overseeing Abortion, thereby leaving it to the 50 united states to legislate what is best for their citizenry.
The United States of America has edged closer and closer to the Leftist maxim of "Abortion on Demand"
whenever it is demanded, by whomever demands it, but now that ease of operation to alleviate oneself of that nagging little problem has come to a screeching halt. After today, if one desires an abortion in this Constitutional Republic, one will be forced to do so in accordance with the state laws of whichever state they reside, and if any individual discovers they cannot do so locally in accordance with the exact manner as they wish to do so - "On Demand"
- that individual may be forced to go to another neighboring state that does allow for that style of abortion as is so desired.
The US Supreme Court, from afar, in quieter times in early 2012: Above. photo by Stan Deatherage Click image to expand.
Oh, the complications of eliminating Roe v Wade.
No longer does the Abortion On Demand Coalition have a friendly supreme court extolling the rights granted by the 14th Amendment as the "constitutional protection"
for modern American citizen to simply end the life of one to grant the flexible privilege of another - the Unborn. Oh the angst of having to be responsible for one's own decisions; Oh, the trouble of no longer having a thriving Planned Parenthood grift at one's beck and call in every state of the union; Oh, the gnashing of so many perfect teeth, but good news is at hand.
There is a near permanent fix for those of an egregiously imperfect understanding of the United States Constitution, where the tortured application of the 14th Amendment that was used to breath life, for lack of a better word, into Roe v Wade, and remarkably, became the imprecise fall-guy for the abject misnomer that Abortion on Demand was ever a real "Constitutional Right;"
shown here below in its full constitutional splendor for all who might care.
That sure fire fix is this: Simply, amend the United States Constitution to specifically allow "Abortion on Demand"
whenever it is demanded, by whomever demands it; pass it through congress, then pass it through enough state legislatures, and then you got yourself a real legal way to pursue your specific, and uniquely individualized "pursuit of happiness."
Now, "go get 'em Tiger" ... and buckle up. It will be a very bumpy ride.
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
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