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The Supreme Importance of the Court's Message

Linda1761 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 12:06 PM
What are you talking about? The "president" that Ms. Lopez quoted was George W. Bush, and he was defending the "fetus in the womb."
Navy-baby Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:50 PM
During the George Bush administration, he reinstated the Mexico City Policy which prohibits funding to family planning organization in foreign nations that promote abortion; the Born Alive Infant Protection Act was passed; as was the ban on Partial-Birth Abortions; and he denied NIH the funding for new Embryonic Stem Cell experimentation.

Obama has since overturned the Mexico City Policy, NIH funding for embryonic cell research, and ( disgustingly!) as an Illinois Senator, voted AGAINST their Born Alive Infant Protection Act which mirrored the Federal one.
Joseph64 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 1:31 PM
And what exactly did he do to end abortion other than talk?

"I feel like Justice Roberts cheated on me," said a friend, half in jest, half expressing honest disappointment. Having once emceed a "Women for Roberts" press conference for C-SPAN back in the day, I heard a lot of similar sentiments in the wake of his penning the majority opinion for the Supreme Court decision that "upheld Obamacare," as many have put it.

But the whole of the president's health care legislation wasn't actually the question before the Court.

I was not alone Thursday morning, thinking about the man who appointed the chief justice, former President George W. Bush. Reading the...