Abortion is Not a Fundamental Right, It’s a Fundamental Wrong

June 24, 2022

Today the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision regarding Roe vs. Wade, essentially overturning the flawed “law of the land,” which originally was passed on January 22, 1973, and did what was constitutionally correct by leaving it up to individual states to decide whether or not to allow women to murder living babies inside their wombs.

Unhinged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went on a post-decision tirade saying that the “radical Supreme Court” is “eviscerating Americans’ rights and endangering their health and safety.” No, Nancy, an abortion endangers the health and safety of an unborn baby as well as the mother of that baby. She went on to refer to abortion as “health freedom” and “family planning.” Abortion is anything but family planning.

Struggling to put a coherent sentence together, Pelosi stated that “the hypocrisy is raging but the harm is endless. What this means to women is such an insult. It’s a slap in the face to women about using their own judgment, to make their own decisions about their reproductive freedom.”

We are all free to do whatever we want, it just doesn’t make it right. This is lost on her, though. Just because she wants something to be true doesn’t make it so. But that’s the unnatural thought pattern of the left.

Regime Spokesperson Joe Biden chimed in saying that the Supreme Court took away a constitutional right. Reading, from a giant teleprompter, words obviously written by someone else, he referred to abortion as a “fundamental right.” It is not, nor has it ever been, a fundamental right, but rather it is a fundamental wrong. Our rights don’t come from the Supreme Court, much less the government. They come from God. Pelosi and Biden should understand this since they both claim to be practicing Catholics. But their position on this very subject is why they have both been rejected from taking Communion, a Catholic ritual and a Christian sacrament.

Biden made the point that women are now going to be penalized by not being allowed to have abortions. Women, he says, who have been raped or have been impregnated by incest will now have to bear the babies of their rapists. Although pregnancies by rape and incest are very extreme, they also are very rare. This is not a common thing. Most women who have abortions have them because they view their pregnancy as an inconvenience. They don’t want their current lifestyle disrupted by a pregnancy, then by having to raise a child.

It’s pretty sad, however, that the United States, for some moronic reason, gives the organization Planned Parenthood a half billion of our tax dollars. While it claims to provide health services for women, you know services like mammograms, birth control, physicals and check-ups, what it primarily provides are abortions. Women’s health services are commonly provided by primary care physicians and general medical practitioners and included in most HMO or PPO plans, so why is there a need for Planned Parenthood if what it mostly does is provide women’s health services? Let’s face it, abortion is not a woman’s health service and Planned Parenthood is not primarily focused on a woman’s health.

The claim the left makes that abortion is a constitutional right is laughable and a flat out lie. Nowhere in the Constitution of the United States does it give a woman a right to terminate a pregnancy. Moreover, the Constitution endorses life. The bottom line is that this decision does not take away a right enshrined by the US Supreme Court 50 years ago. It was never a right in the first place.

Tom Folden is a political strategist, conservative thinker, and Editor of CommonSenseDictates.com, a website for common sense viewpoints. A human rights activist, he is a firm believer in the Constitution and the rule of law. He is also a singer/songwriter and recording artist. For interviews and/or appearances, please contact him at spencergroup@hotmail.com.

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