Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Energized Futility -- Attemtpting to Eliminate the Effect from the Cause

Legal scholars will argue that the right to privacy upon which Roe v. Wade depends exists nowhere in the Constitution. I go one step further: the concept of “reproductive freedom” which Roe attempts to establish is incoherent. It truly is irrational to insist that nominees to the Supreme Court their allegiance to the doctrine of abortion on demand...

Jennifer Roback Morse's nifty column presents the simple, rational truth that causes (i.e. sexual activity) produce unavoidable effects (i.e. pregnancies). Sound too obvious to have to argue about? Well then you haven't been listening to the Democrats howling against the Roberts nomination!

Read the entirety of Jennifer's excellent presentation right here.