Even the third party wants to legislate morality

It’s a shame that none other than the Democrats (with whom I disagree on almost everything else) are willing to be pro-rights.

Even the Constitution Party is bringing religion and the desire to legislate morality into their platform.

Where in the Constitution does it say marriage is divinely inspired?

Where in the Constitution does it say life begins at conception and ends at “natural” death (so death in a car crash should be illegal?).

Where in the Constitution does it say an individual has no right to marry whomever s/he wishes?

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Published in: on March 6, 2009 at 12:08 am  Leave a Comment  

AP Headline incendiary: “Obama picks pro-abortion Kansas governor to head HHS”

Obama picks pro-abortion Kansas governor to head HHS (OneNewsNow.com).

Surely you jest.  Like most who think abortion is more complex an issue than the “every egg a child” or “murder” crowds, Ms. Sebelius is pro-choice, not pro-abortion.

Yes, she vetoed an anti-abortion bill.  One that she — and nearly every legal scholar who examined it — believed was unconstitutional.