Wicked Commentary

Who protects me?

Politicians and members of the Judicial System have been trying to rewrite, reinterpret or simply ignore the United States Constitution for many, many years and they’ve had some success. The landmark decision in Roe v. Wade is probably the best well known example of rewriting/reinterpreting our constitution and is still a very volatile topic to this day. The Fifth Amendment (that guaranties other rights) also declares, “…nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” In 1973 the Supreme Court decided (Roe V. Wade), “That a right to privacy under the due process clause in the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution extends to a woman’s decision to have an abortion. The POTUS played the Fifth Amendment against the Fourteenth Amendment and reinterpreted our Constitution and abortion was legalized. Some may be surprised the final vote in favor of Roe was 7-2, with five Republican-appointed Justices and two Democratic-appointed Justices in step. So who were these Supreme Court Justices that played one Amendment against another that reinterpreted our constitution to justify abortion?

Chief Justice Warren Burger

Chief Justice Warren Burger was appointed by President Nixon and Burgher was a staunch Republican supporter. Burgher was a strong critic of the liberal Chief Justice Earl Warren (Eisenhower would later remark that appointing Warren was the biggest mistake of his presidency), and was viewed as a strict, constructionist Justice. Burgher’s views on the death penalty were quite conservative and were on display in his dissent from Furman v. Georgia, which sought to invalidate capital punishment. He voted to reinstate the death penalty in 1976 with Gregg v. Georgia. Into the 1980′s Burgher remained conservative on his views of gay rights, upholding the criminalization of sodomy, and on his views of crime and punishment, dissenting in the case of Solem v. Helm. Apart from his support for Roe, Burgher’s tenure as Chief Justice was remarkably uncontroversial and moderately conservative. Burgher voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice Harry Blackmun = baby killer who could not read the Constitution correctly.  Shame on him and the others.

 Justice Harry Blackmun was appointed by President Nixon and Burgher was a staunch Republican supporter. Prior to his Supreme Court appointment, Blackmun was a strong Republican, and he generally was viewed as a conservative by his peers. During and in the wake of Roe v. Wade, Blackmun had a track record of conservative positions. It was not until a decade after Roe that Blackmun began to align himself with more liberal policies, and in the mid-1990′s he changed his mind on the death penalty. Blackmun wrote the Majority opinion for Roe v. Wade and voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice William Brennan = another baby killer

Justice William Brennan was appointed by President Eisenhower. Brennan was a Democrat placed on the Court in order to help with Eisenhower’s reelection bid in 1956. Brennan was a known liberal since his time on the Warren Court. Brennan voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice Potter Stewart = another baby killer

Justice Potter Stewart was appointed by President Eisenhower. Stewart grew up in a Republican home (his father was the conservative mayor of Cincinnati and a justice on the Ohio Supreme Court). He was known as a moderate and a dissenter within the more liberal Warren Court, arguing that its interpretation of First, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment rights extended beyond the intentions of their framers. Stewart’s voting record remained moderate throughout his tenure on the Court, though he dissented far more in the liberal Warren Court than in the centrist Burgher Court. Stewart voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice Lewis Powell = another creepy baby killer

Justice Lewis Powell was appointed by President Nixon. Powell had a solid reputation as a moderate Justice, often seeking consensus and supplying the “swing vote.” In Regents of the University of California v. Bakke in 1978, he was alone in providing a compromise opinion that some affirmative action policies should be struck out and that there were others that could be constitutional. In Bowers v. Hardwick, Powell was the “swing vote” that upheld Georgia’s anti-sodomy laws. Powell voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice Thurgood Marshall – wonder where they found the clause in the Constitution to kill babies?

Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson. Marshall was an unrepentant liberal whose commitment to equality only expanded during his years of service. He remained true to the values of freedom and equality despite the erosion of the liberal majority that he helped sustain when he was first appointed. Marshall voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice William Douglas could not read the Constitution either.

Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas was appointed by President Roosevelt. In 1975, a TIME article called Douglas “the most doctrinaire and committed civil libertarian ever to sit on the court.” In general, legal scholars have noted that Douglas’s judicial style was unusual in that he did not attempt elaborate justifications for his judicial positions on the basis of text, history, or precedent. Instead, Douglas was known for writing short, pithy opinions which relied on philosophical insights, observations about current politics, and literature, as much as more conventional “judicial” sources. Ultimately, he believed that a judge’s role was “not neutral.” “The Constitution is not neutral. It was designed to take the government off the backs of the people….” Douglas voted in favor of Roe to legalize abortion.

Justice Byron White

Supreme Court Justice Byron White was appointed by President Kennedy. White often took a narrow, fact-specific view of cases before the Court and generally refused to make broad pronouncements on constitutional doctrine or adhere to a specific judicial philosophy. He preferred to take what he viewed as a practical approach to the law to one based in any legal philosophy. He was seen as a disappointment by some Kennedy supporters who wished he would have joined the more liberal wing of the court in its opinions on Miranda v. Arizona and Roe v. Wade. White dissented on Roe v. Wade.

Justice William Rehnquist

Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist was appointed by President Nixon. Within a year, he had distinguished himself as a conservative, and solidified that role when he offered one of only two dissenting opinions in the controversial 1973 abortion-rights case, Roe v. Wade. A federalist, Rehnquist was a strong supporter of state’s rights (as outlined in the Constitution), practiced judicial restraint, and consistently sided with conservatives on the issues of religious expression, free speech and the limits of federal powers. Rehnquist dissented on Roe v. Wade.

The Hyde Amendment

Henry Hyde

After Roe v. Wade decriminalized abortion in 1973, Medicaid covered abortion care without restriction. In 1976, Representative Henry Hyde (R-IL) introduced an amendment that later passed to limit federal funding for abortion care. Effective in 1977, this provision, known as the Hyde Amendment, specifies what abortion services are covered under Medicaid.

Over the past two decades, Congress has debated the limited circumstances under which federal funding for abortion should be allowed. For a brief period of time, coverage included cases of rape, incest, life endangerment, and physical health damage to the woman. However, beginning in 1979, the physical health exception was excluded, and in 1981 rape and incest exceptions were also excluded. In September 1993, Congress rewrote the provision to include Medicaid funding for abortions in cases where the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest. The present version of the Hyde Amendment requires coverage of abortion in cases of rape, incest, and life endangerment.

The Hyde Amendment affects only federal spending. States are free to use their own funds to cover additional abortion services. For example, Hawaii, New York, and Washington have enacted laws funding abortions for health reasons. Other states, such as Maryland, cover abortions for women whose pregnancies are affected by fetal abnormalities or present serious health risks. These expansions are important steps toward ensuring equal access to health care for all women.

Liberal’s Conclusion

The Hyde Amendment marginalizes and stigmatizes abortion care rather than recognizing it as an essential component of women’s health, and denies low-income women basic reproductive health care. The Hyde Amendment is reauthorized each year under appropriations bills for the Department of Labor and the Department of Health and Human Services. The current restrictive version of the Hyde Amendment does not provide coverage for abortions in cases of fetal abnormalities, or health exceptions apart from life-threatening conditions. Removing funding restrictions for abortion care is an integral step in ensuring that abortion remains safe, legal, and accessible. American women have had the legal right to choose abortion for more than thirty years. To achieve reproductive equality for all women, restrictive barriers such as the Hyde Amendment must be removed.

My Conclusion

The Supreme Court’s decision legalizing abortions opened the door for the “rally cry” of liberal’s that babies should have no part of the decision of whether they live or die. I am Pro-Life and believe the Fifth Amendment should apply at conception and the fetus should not be deprived of life. If there is no life, there is no opportunity for liberty or a chance to own property. Murders, child abusers and rapist are all afforded legal rights to have a lawyer to plead their case, a chance for a jury decision and opinion of the Judge as to the penalty if convicted. The one thing that cannot even speak for itself is not afforded these rights with legalized abortions. Who pleads for unborn babies that it doesn’t want to be killed? Unborn babies do not get lawyers and that is a crime! These are the most basic rights that should be afforded to every citizen of the United States. I believe a citizen of the United States is made at conception. And, abortion is NOT a contraceptive aid!  What do you think?

Were you going to kill me too?

Information attained from: United States Constitution, National Abortion Federation, prochoice.org, oyez.org, u-s-history.com, chnm.gmu.edu and vox-nova.com.


Comments on: "It’s A Crime by Dave Taylor, contributor" (43)

  1. There is NO Constitutional right to privacy. That was another made-up Constitutional right, thanks to the Griswold case. So what does PRIVACY have to do with the murder of a baby? Jeffrey Dahmer killed and ate in the PRIVACY of his apartment, but that doesn’t make him any less a murderer.


    • Craw,

      Of course there is no Constitutional right to privacy. It’s just the usual activist liberal judges opinions. It’s the only way the liberals ever get their way by having liberal judges make decisions against the people’s opinions. The whole government needs to come down in my opinion as it is just one big gangster criminal enterprise right now. There is no one representing the people.


    • Craw,

      You are indeed correct their is no constitutional right to privacy; a pretty big flaw our Founders left out IMO. As we see time after time; the Supreme Court is just as political as congress and the presidency and pushes their own agenda by “interpreting” the constitution however they want. Our constitution is about as protected as aborted babies.


      • Dave,

        That is why we need to get rid of these liberal activist judges. We the people can make a decision through voting against abortion only to have some liberal judge tell us we’re wrong and overturn our vote. It’s maddening and ridiculous to take the issue out of the peoples hands. No judge should be making that decision.


  2. privbullright said:

    Dave, great report and good article. I agree.
    Blackmun convicts himself.
    “If this suggestion of personhood is established, the appellant’s case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the Amendment.” – Justice Harry Blackmun, Roe v. Wade


  3. Just goes to show that we MUST insist that whomever we elect as POTUS be strong in what the Constitution actually SAYS,as opposed to what they THINK it says. If an idjit like me can read it,and UNDERSTAND it,why can’t these so-called legal scholars. Good post,Dave.


    • clyde,

      Thanks for the compliment and dropping by! I myself cannot figure out why in the hell the word “interpret” is even applied to our constitution? All you have to do is be able to read English and it seems pretty clear to me! But, maybe I’m just too simple minded though…


    • Clyde,
      It’s those dimwitted libs that believe that the Constitution is a “living document” as opposed to a “legal document” which Justice Scalia opined about.

      Naturally, zero appointed two lib morons to the court which we will be living with for decades.


      • Nox,

        Point well made! We are still living under some of the crap from the days of FDR, LBJ and JFK anointed superior beings to make the law of our lands; without even looking at the constitution. You are so right; the constitution is NOT a living document. It was set in stone! Only the left radicals have beat the hell out if with sledge hammer’s to remove some of the stones! And fill in those new holes with bricks made out of bull sh*t!


    • Clyde,

      There is to be no interpretation of the Constitution as the liberals always try to say. One can easily read the Constitution and nowhere is there anything about being able to abort a child.
      In fact the Constitution starts out by saying Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. I would think the word “Life” would mean for a baby too. So they make up crap about when a “life:” begins when anyone who has studied biology knows when life begins. So much for the liberals “relying” science. The science speaks volumes about when life begins but they ignore that. Two faced people they are.


  4. Dave,
    Great essay. I’ll not get into the legal arguments. There are others that can and will do that very well.

    Outside of it being murder in its simplest form, I am also appalled at the hypocrisy of it all. If a motorist accidently kills a pregnant mother than they are charged with a double homicide. That is insane. What if the mother was enroute to an abortion clinic? Would the charges be lowered?

    In other words, the value of a fetus is determined solely and by the discretion of the mother.

    Liberals will argue that abortion is more humane than having unwanted kids that later become burdens on society. A social worker recently described to me the appalling living conditions of some families. My reply was “what about adoption?” She stated that there is no statute than can force an adoption. Foster care was all that was available as a remedy from the state but the states are reluctant to remove kids from families no matter how horrible they are.

    The bottom line is that Planned Parenthood was designed by Margaret Sanger to rid society of lesser beings which is basically what liberals believe. Proof is that most abortion mills are located in black neighborhoods. Further, liberals believe that anyone not liberal is therefore unenlightened and worthy of removal from society.

    In my view, if we cannot protect the least of us than we deserve nothing.


    • Nox,

      Thanks for the compliment and you nailed it brother! I’ve said the exact same thing you wrote in your second paragraph! It’s crazy! And blood started running out of my eyes as soon as I saw the name Margaret Sanger…Satanist!

      IMO: Women have a right to use contraceptive aids, insist their partner do so, or not have sex to not get pregnant. If they choose neither of these available options; then they have forfeited there rights to kill a child, due to their bad “pre-right-to-choose”! How a society treats the most indefinable shows the true color of that society.


      • Dave,

        Thanks. I neglected to mention in my first comment that libs DO NOT want to pay for society’s misfits in anyway shape or form but at the same time will disingenuously sing the kumbaya crap making the lemmings believe that they are champions of the little guy.

        At the end of every leftist’s rainbow is a mass grave, there are no exceptions in the annals of history.

        Proof: 50 million dead babies and counting


        • Nox,

          It appears to me that every time a group of people feel like they need to inject themselves into others lives, because they believe they are protecting the neglected and misfortune; it lowers the entire society. Socialism, Communism, Liberals…which of these have ever raised the standards of any society? You only get one guess….(-:


    • HN,

      Margaret was a eugenics freak and yes, she wanted to get rid of the black race. She’s done a good job of it too. If only blacks could understand that. I imagine they have never been taught anything about Sanger and her evilness. Too bad. Then maybe they wouldn’t be so mad at Republicans who for the most part wish to preserve life. Abortion is nothing but murder.
      Larry Elder said an interesting thing on the Judge last week. He said a woman can kill a baby anytime during the cycle, but if she takes a drug she can be put into jail. Makes no sense whatsoever.
      It’s a bunch of double speak hogwash.


  5. Gray Ghost said:

    Of this I am certain: there is a God. Some two thousand years ago his Son (who was God in the flesh) walked this earth and was the fulfillment of prophecy going back many thousand years (one of the first being in Gensis 3:15).

    I am also certain that all of these judges who voted for this abomination will have to answer (or in some cases, have already answered) to God for their vote to legalize abortion.

    Abortion is nothing more than legalized murder.


    • Gray Ghost,
      I expect that it will be crowded in that special place in hell reserved for them. Ted Kennedy, Jack Murtha, Robert Byrd, et all are waiting.


    • Gray,

      You said it extremely well! I know not how our Lord will judge these people, but I sure wouldn’t want to be one of them when I stand before our Lord for judgement. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!


  6. willibeaux said:

    Dave! Thank you for your excellent dissertation on the subject of child killing. I was an active Pro-Lifer for many years even serving as President on my county RTL chapter.

    There are many gruesome tales about the abortion practice, but in 1994 we learned through a reliable source (more later) of an abortionist in Aurora CO who was performing the most gruesome one in the Denver, CO metro area at that time. The MSM was strangely silent.

    It was the Mayfair Women’s Center run by abortionist James Parks. After he killed the baby, he would grind up the body parts in an old fashioned meat grinder and flush the contents down the garbage disposal. The dismembered baby would end up at North Metro Sewage Disposal Plant and treated like fecal matter.

    Parks decided to sell his practice to an abortionist from Arkansas (AR) who toured the facility and almost heaved his guts when he saw what Parks was doing. The reliable source somehow got to talk to the AR abortionist who told her the whole gruesome details.

    She reported it to our State RTL chapter.

    Here is a link for the Mayfair Women’s Center.



    • Boe,
      Thanks for the report. I checked the site and here is what I found. I remain disgusted. I am at a loss for words.


      Financial Assistance Available for Qualified Individuals

      06-11 weeks $295.00 Web Special
      11-15 weeks $525.00
      15-16 weeks $725.00
      16-17 weeks $875.00
      17-18 weeks $1,175.00
      18-19 weeks $1,475.00
      19-20 weeks $1,775.00
      20-21 weeks $2,075.00
      21-22 weeks $2,575.00
      22-23 weeks** $3,575.00


      • Nox,

        Thank you for putting up that info and I can understand you being at a loss for words! But you know me; I’m never at a lost for words.

        Look at that people. These &*#$@%^&* are promoting specials like Domino’s selling pizza’s. That is what our society looks like. We show outrage and disgust, as we should, when we see someone beheaded on TV by pure evil from a foreign land. But, right here in the good old United States we have to suffer murder of innocent children; because it’s a woman’s choice? So, Pro-Choice “people” should not be throwing stones at other cultures.


    • beaux,

      Thanks for very kind compliment! I applaud your actions and wish many more would use you as an example! Thank you for first hand knowledge of illustrating just how gruesome these murdering bastard’s can be. That is one sick Dr and I certainly would not want to be him when he will stand before our Lord and be judged.

      Besides the act of abortion just being atrocious to begin with; the spin put on it by the Pro-Choice (I’ll just call them people, cause Pepp would have to remove my comment if I wrote the word I would like to call them) try to make others believe it is minor surgery like having a mole removed. IMO: Every single woman, before having an abortion should have to watch a video tape of exactly what an abortion looks like. If a woman is going to make such a disgusting decision; then they should not be allowed to put their head in the sand. They’ve made their choice, so they should have to watch exactly what their choice looks like before it happens. A convicted murder must face media, a jury, trial and judgement and cannot put their head in the sand. A women should face their decision as well. After they watch the video; hand them a damn mirror!


    • Boe,

      My apologies. I was so pissed-off after visiting the website I forgot to thank you for your efforts with the RTL group.

      I have calmed down now.


  7. privbullright said:

    The numbers are outrageous and the prices are disgusting, Hn & Bo. We now have a price tag on life? In dollars and cents.

    Dave, there are so many points to attack abortion. The decision itself is horrendous. Basically, what had always been viewed an ethically or philosophically disturbing and challenging procedure, in one sweep they licensed and ushered in a killing industry by court fiat. Wouldn’t you think if they were going to license the wholesale slaughter of babies that they would have at least had to formally make a law to enact genocide? Now, post Roe, they demand all nominees swear on the altar of precedence, enshrined in ‘stare decisis’. What even Rome and Greece thought controversial, they sanctified by legalism as a right, and then shoved it on society to provide. Next time they want to tell us how much more civilized and aware we are today than Rome and Greece, remember they lowered the bar not raised it, to include wholesale slaughter of humans. They took even the tradition of the Hippocratic oath and stood it on its head. Now they want to tell the medical profession they must provide for the slaughter of humans, or else.

    Genocide is defined as “the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group”, though what constitutes enough of a “part” to qualify as genocide has been subject to much debate by legal scholars.

    The difference of that policy and abortion would be what?


  8. Susie Owens said:

    Wade vs Roe
    as far as I am concern never should have happened. Killing unborn child is wrong and to me it’s murder. Giving aa woman the right to kill her child to me is murder.


  9. privbullright said:

    Dave, again nice topic. I don’t know how you feel about it but the term genocide has its own baggage, so I do not like to throw the term around. But in this case, it just might be applicable.

    BTW: I met a mother who gave birth to her daughter at 6mo because of medical issues. She was 3lb and now she’s 2-1/2 yrs old. A great and smart kid.


  10. Dave, NOX etal! If you want to continue to be pissed off. Read this link.


    This (What’s the two favorite words the boyz in de ‘hood constantly spout off) poor excuse of the human race perfected the partial birth procedure. The live baby is partially delivered breech birth leaving the head in the birth canal. The butcher then punctures the back of the skull with scissors and then sucks the brains out. The baby is then pulled out.

    James McMahon was this butcher’s co-developer in developing this gruesome procedure and he has met his maker. He is also is best identified with the two favorite words used by the boyz in de ‘hood.

    (More to follow)


  11. George “killer” Tiller was a baby killer in Wichita Kansas who recently met his maker.

    Here is his website.


    Tiller belonged to a Lutheran Church and paid his blood money offerings to them. One of his most bizarre practices was to call in a clergyman to come to his clinic, baptize the dead baby, and hold a memorial service.

    Tiller is also identified by the two favorite words used by the boyz in de ‘hood.

    He and Kathy Sibilious were bosom buddies.

    (more to follow)


  12. And finally we have the infamous butcher Warren Hern from Boulder CO. Hern is also identified by the favorite two words used by de boyz in de ‘hood.

    Here is his web site.


    My close encounter with him was having to sit in while he was being deposed for a lawsuit in which I was a plaintiff. Folks I kid you not. I felt like I was in a chamber of death listening to the grim reaper. He was like death warmed over. He hired a scum bag Denver retired police officer to be his body guard and he wears a bulletproof vest.

    He is a real piece of work.


  13. bull,

    There is absolutely no difference between the two! Once again; a government style entity stuck their nose in society doing something they feel is the best and then try to spin it and tell everyone this is better for all of us. The Spartan’s and Chinese had their unique way of population control and their way was a disgusting as abortion. Great comment and insight bull!


    • privbullright said:

      It is a culture of death. You’re right. Their intent was as sinister in Roe as the examples you mention.


  14. One last time. Colorado has the dubious honor of being the first state to legalizing baby killing on April 25, 1967. Legislature members Dick Lamm and John Berminham were the bill sponsors.

    Ironically Gov. John Love signed it in to law. Sigh! I moved here in January 1972 and wasn’t made aware of this atrocity until the middle ’90s when I became active in the pro-life movement.


  15. On blacks, immigrants and indigents:
    “…human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders,’ ‘spawning… human beings who never should have been born.” Margaret Sanger, Pivot of Civilization, referring to immigrants and poor people


  16. On respecting the rights of the mentally ill:
    In her “Plan for Peace,” Sanger outlined her strategy for eradication of those she deemed “feebleminded.” Among the steps included in her evil scheme were immigration restrictions; compulsory sterilization; segregation to a lifetime of farm work; etc. Birth Control Review, April 1932, p. 107


    • privbullright said:

      Pepp, talk about psycho.
      When you look at the larger Roe picture, in context, they shit out this decision after there were already institutionalized forced sterilization programs enacted in some states, operating for years.(some for 40 years) It was merely one more piece to the puzzle in the same agenda. Now it would open the federal door to “legalizing” a final solution for woman to utilize by her will – the will to kill. Then hold no one accountable for the evils that ensue. ‘Call it a right, call it choice, call it protected, call it privacy, but don’t call it murder. Sshhhh.’


  17. On mandatory sterilization of the poor:
    One of Sanger’s greatest influences, sexologist/eugenicist Dr. Havelock Ellis (with whom she had an affair, leading to her divorce from her first husband), urged mandatory sterilization of the poor as a prerequisite to receiving any public aid. The Problem of Race Regeneration, by Havelock Ellis, p. 65, in Margaret Sanger: Father of Modern Society, p. 18. Ellis believed that any sex was acceptable, as long as it hurt no one. The Sage of Sex, A Life of Havelock Ellis, by Arthur Calder-Marshall, p. 88


  18. On eradicating ‘bad stocks’:
    The goal of eugenicists is “to prevent the multiplication of bad stocks,” wrote Dr. Ernst Rudin in the April 1933 Birth Control Review (of which Sanger was editor). Another article exhorted Americans to “restrict the propagation of those physically, mentally and socially inadequate.”

    Too bad the blacks don’t know the history of Margaret Sanger and her “racist” character. Maybe if blacks knew this they would support the party that supports life, not abortion.


  19. ________

    Planned Parenthood on Pregnancy:
    PP has an unhealthy concept of pregnancy, as it views the state of gestation as an abnormal condition or disease. Speaking for the organization, Dr. Warren Hern refers to human pregnancy as “an episodic, moderately extended chronic condition … May be defined as an illness … Treated by evacuation of the uterine contents…”(“Is Pregnancy Really Normal?” Family Planning Perspective, Planned Parenthood, vol. 3, No. 1, Jan. 1971, pg. 9)


  20. Dave,
    I can’t find the ABO article and my email won’t work, keeps telling me there is no Dave when I send you the question. Can you send me the article over again. I can’t find it anywhere.


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