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Support for Roe. V. Wade Reaches All-Time High

Mike107 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 11:45 AM
Again more deception from the left. At this moment the laws concerning marriage are equal for every individual. The same restriction apply to every individual. Now to the real issue. Why should the government provide incentive and assistance through tax breaks for the raising of a family to anyone who does not have by virtue of their factual from birth biology the ability to produce a family? If all they are asking for is legal concerns with financial and ownership these are already available through power or attorney and other systems. Even inheritance issues can be covered with wills and other contract based systems. So marriage being a system of raising a family is limited to those conforming to that biological construct.

Regardless of one’s position on the High Court’s infamous decision forty years ago today to legalize abortion “[a]t any stage of pregnancy, for any reason,” most Americans -- not to mention legal scholars and academics -- recognize that Roe is bad Constitutional law. Nevertheless, support for the controversial ruling has reached an all-time high, at least according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll:

Forty years after the Supreme Court legalized abortion in its Roe v. Wade decision, seven out of 10 Americans support the groundbreaking rulings, according to a poll released Tuesday.