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Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: common sense

You say abortion is legal. Can you point to the bill Congress passed and the President signed that made abortion legal? I would really like to see it.

Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Re: Political persecution

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schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: common sense

Ever hear of Roe vs Wade?  

Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: common sense

That was a court decision. Courts do not make or change law. 

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: common sense

If the SC decides that your law is unconstitutional, they will change your law.  You got a complaint, go talk to someone who cares what you think.  That is the way our govt/country works.  That is the purpose of the Supreme Court.

Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: common sense

Who changes the wording in the law? Does the President sign the law again after it is changed?

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: common sense

I'm not a student of that area.  You will have to ask the "Mind". AKA as millie.

Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: common sense

roe v wade is not settled law. No bill passed congress or was signed by the president. It was allowed to look like a law because liberals knew that the republicans would not have the guts to pass a law to make abortion iilegal. Pretty much it my friend.

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: common sense

The states passed laws making abortion illegal.  In Roe vs Wade, the SC ruled that those states laws were unconstitutional thereby voiding the laws.  So if you void a law, whatever that law represented is no longer valid.  So if a law that says abortion is illegal is voided, then the act of abortion is legal.  Doesn't need a law saying it is legal.  If congress passed a law saying that eating bananas was illegal, and the SC said NO that is unconstitutional, then bananas could then legally be eaten.  Don't need a law saying that.  Get it??  That's pretty much it!

Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: common sense

The ruling you site was for a case in the state of Texas. Should not affect other states. Again, pretty much it, my friend.