Isnt this just a affirmation that the federal government including SCOTUS should let the states go back to outlawing abortion?
Why is this related to Palin?
The duty of government is “to secure these rights” - i.e. the unalienable rights to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, etc.
Any government. All government. National, state, monarchy, republic, oligarchy. Any and all government.
Now perhaps Ron Paul is correct: It’s possible that, in our federal system, state governments would be better able to protect our children against murderers. But that won’t excuse the national government from its duty to end this barbarism.
I respect Rand, but re: Palin's judgement, I am beginning to have major doubts about it after she said that she prefers Juan McCain over JD Haywirth in the AZ Senate race. IMO, that is SHAMEFUL!!!!!!!
Decisions decisions. How do you play god without playing god. Always evolving technologies to allow a fetus to be grown in lab conditions then transferred to a host could encompass all events and scenarios that arise medically, morally and legally. Legislate a host’s will not be considered a success.
As for Palin trying to consolidate a party by narrowing down choices before votes are dispersed among a variety of qualified candidates would really be tested in a presidential race. Criticisms will abound but it is necessary to pick a front runner early to rally around and avoid last minute infighting. Wouldn’t hurt to have a predetermined leader discussing defined fixes and goals now, representing to carry out party lines in the future all along giving guidance to local, state and general party political beings or you will just have fractional spreads.
Slowing or derailing when the minority Republicans coalition voted no in total was not lost upon public. Could be well rewarded if they just had a decent publicly aired plan in place.
(Actually nothing better for democracy than bills getting log jammed and never passed)
And for speaking common sense Rep. Paul gets called a “screwball” and a “kook.”