Upon reviewing the aberrant and sometimes unhinged and violent behavior and comments of staunch pro-abortionists, I have come to understand that they simply don’t care that the recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade doesn’t in any way affect the states’ ability to allow abortion. Since we do live in a states-rights Constitutional Republic, states are free to allow or ban certain practices or procedures as they see fit.

However, based on how the pro-death supporters are displaying their anger and rage at the decision, one must conclude that the real reason they object is that they are furious that the Federal Goverment and US taxpayer won’t fund abortions anymore.

This makes the left, and especially Democrat politicians and their supporters and beneficiaries insanely mad, and here’s why: Planned Parenthood has had enough money up until now to donate hundreds of millions to various Democrats in election cycles.

Why do they need federal funding if they already have plenty of money to donate to political campaigns? That’s yet another paradoxical question it seems we are never ‘allowed’ to ask.

Imagine, if you will, that the National Rifle Association received federal taxpayer money earmarked to put guns into the hands of every American citizen to recognize and support the constitutional right to bear arms. People who are anti-gun would have a fit. But that’s exactly what the pro-death cabal has done to pro-life supporters.

Fortunately, with this ruling, it stops. And so it should, since the United States Constitution does not recognize or confer abortion as one of the inalienable rights enumerated or otherwise codified by our Rule of Law. Because abortion is not mentioned anywhere in the constitution, Roe v. Wade was a grave error which had to be corrected. The power to make such decisions such as legalizing abortion then lies with the state legislatures, not the Courts, since the constitution itself is explicit in the 10th Amendment:

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

This concept is called Federalism and it’s important. Federalism gives the states and citizens in those states the ultimate power to decide, as opposed to some privileged group of elitist, overfed, over-lobbied fat cats in Washington DC. In our federalist form of government, there are great advantages, such as protecting us from tyranny, dispersing and distributing power rather than concentrating it centrally, increasing citizen participation, and increasing effectiveness.

The federal government in U.S.A. is weak in relation to the states and that’s a very good thing; something to be desired. In a federation both the federal and state governments are independent and autonomous in the spheres of their powers. One is not subordinate to the other. Both derive their powers from the constitution which is the supreme law of the land. The powers enjoyed by the states are, therefore, original and are not delegated by the central government, the legislatures in that central government, the executive branch, or The Court.

But the leftists, like all tyrannical mobs, hate this. Even now, as this decision is disseminated they are plotting to erode our federalist system.

There are recent reports that Planned Parenthood has been moving into the transexual transitioning business, seeking and finding a new revenue stream at an extreme cost to US taxpayers who disagree with the practice. This seems to be the preferred modus operandi of Planned Parenthood and its supporters on the left: falsely market something as a constitutional right, despite no mention of it in the constitution, convince those ignorant to how our government works, then turn on the spigot of federal funding, raising taxes and borrowing more money if necessary, just so corrupt politicians and their cronies can feed at the pig trough. This effort is not only abhorrently self-serving to politicians, it harbors within it the seeds of economic destruction and is clearly unconstitutional. Let’s pray that SCOTUS has the appetite to shut this abortion of justice down and leave it to the states too, since it’s not in the constitution.

At its core, repealing Roe v. Wade brings us back where we need to be as a nation. It finally ends the perverse practice of misusing taxes as a blunt instrument against the will of taxpayers who vehemently disagree with abortion, for example, while returning powers not specifically mentioned as duties of the federal government to the states and the people.

Coercion by such blunt force of government has historically been the evil domain of totalitarian and authoritarian regimes, and as the left has made an extreme and open pivot toward full-on authoritarianism any move to restore constitutional values inherent in distributed government and state sovereignty infuriates them to the point where their heads are exploding like powder kegs. Like a match ignites dynamite, justice has lit the fuse.

Happily, our constitution exists as it was created, to tie the hands of despots, tyrants and enemies of liberty such as this radical and vocal minority, now learning their most important lesson in civics: our republic just doesn’t work that way.

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  1. You did an excellent job explaining the 10th Amendment and the unconstitutional Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme Court. Thank you.


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