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THE MAIN REASON ROE V. WADE AND OBERGEFELL V. HODGES MUST BE OVERTURNED

Before Roe v. Wade, some of our states had already legalized abortion.

Before Obergefell v. Hodges, some of our states had already legalized same-sex marriage.

If our Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, it will not criminalize abortion.

It will simply return the legal question of abortion to our states—and the people of our states.

If our Supreme Court overturns Obergefell v. Hodges, it will not criminalize same-sex marriage.

It will simply return the legal question of same-sex marriage to our states—and the people of our states.

One of the main jobs of our Supreme Court is to maintain a balance of power between our federal government and our states.

Overturning Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges would return two of our states’ rights to our states—and the people of our states.

This is the main reason Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges must be overturned.

TWO QUESTIONS FOR THE AMERICAN PUBLIC

Why is it that conservative Supreme Court justices are always expected to make liberal decisions, but liberal Supreme Court justices are never expected to make conservative decisions?

Why is it that Republican-nominated Supreme Court justices are always expected to make decisions that cross party lines, but Democrat-nominated Supreme Court justices are never expected to make decisions that cross party lines?

CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATS HAD BETTER BE CAREFUL WHAT THEY WISH FOR.

As aforementioned, I asked President Trump—in my eleventh email to him—to nominate a Supreme Court justice who vowed to overturn both Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges (along with three other requests, especially that he get Nimrata Randhawa Haley out of his cabinet).

I researched at least the finalists of Trump’s potential Supreme Court nominees, and found that Brett Kavanaugh was one or more of Trump’s potential picks who was least likely to overturn Roe v. Wade or Obergefell v. Hodges.

When Congressional Republicans refused to give Merrick Garland even one nomination hearing, I felt that was a very foolhardy risk.

In the same way, if Congressional Democrats refuse to give Brett Kavanaugh the benefit of the doubt, I feel this will be a very foolhardy risk too.

Of course Congressional Democrats are stalling—just as Congressional Republicans did in 2016.

Yet Congressional Democrats are not guaranteed to retake either house of Congress next year.

And of course if Congressional Democrats are unable to retake either house of Congress next year—after they have prevented Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation—Trump will almost certainly nominate a Supreme Court Justice who will far more likely overturn both Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges.

I’m only writing this because I have no influence at all—unlike our “star” President.

Otherwise I might not risk giving crooked Congressional Democrats any ideas (just as I might not risk giving crooked Congressional Republicans any ideas).

Congressional Democrats had better be careful what they wish for.

BOTH ROE V. WADE AND OBERGEFELL V. HODGES MUST BE OVERTURNED.

Christine Blasey Ford recounts that both she and Brett Kavanaugh were drunk at the time of the alleged incident.

Deborah Ramirez recounts that both she and Brett Kavanaugh were drunk at the time of the alleged incident.

Assuming that all three of these people are being truthful, all three of them could be misremembering these two alleged incidents, because of drunkenness.

So the testimony of any of these three people is even less reliable than that of Anita Hill or Clarence Thomas, in 1991.

And since I am not any of these three people (just as I was not Anita Hill or Clarence Thomas), none of this tabloid trash is any of my concern, whatsoever.

What is of my concern is this:

Whoever replaces that mindless, worthless Anthony Kennedy, on our Supreme Court—I want him or her to overturn both Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges.

Roe v. Wade has murdered tens of thousands of my fellow Americans and human beings—and Obergefell v. Hodges has nullified my vote, as a citizen of the State of Florida.

Both Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges are federal infringements on our states’ rights—and on our constitutional, civil, and human rights, as citizens of the United States of America.

This is why both Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges must be overturned, this year, if possible—next year, at the latest.

WOULDN’T HURT.

“It is significant for the language struggle on the whole that its ways engulf the school, the seed bed of the coming generation.  The child is the objective of the struggle and the very first appeal is addressed to it:

“‘German boy, do not forget that you are a German.’

“‘German maid, remember that you are to be a German mother.'”

It is significant for the American struggle on the whole that its ways engulf the school, the seedbed of the coming generation.  The child is the objective of the struggle and the very first appeal is addressed to it:

‘American boy, do not forget that you are an American.’

‘American girl, remember that you are to be an American mother.’

“BABY KILLERS”

The AOL headline for this video reads:

“Mitch McConnell confronted by protesters asking: ‘Where are the babies?'”

When I read this headline, I thought Mitch McConnell had confronted “pro-choice” protesters with the question, “Where are the babies?”

Interesting, isn’t it?

Though these protesters are accomplishing absolutely nothing in their method of protesting, their point is certainly valid.

But I am reasonably certain that every one of these Digital-Age protesters is “pro-choice.”

So if Mitch McConnell is a “turtle-head” and a “fascist” for presumably advocating policy that separates babies from their parents—what are these protesters for presumably advocating policy that kills babies before they even have the chance to breathe their first breaths of air?

TRUTH YOU WILL NEVER GET FROM TRUMP

Roe v. Wade must be overturned because it is murdering children, because it is infringing on the rights of our states and the citizens of our states—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Obergefell v. Hodges must be overturned because it is damaging children’s minds by completely confusing them about sexuality, because it is infringing on the rights of our states and the citizens of our states—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Our federal government’s support of the Zionist State of Israel must be stopped because it is diverting billions of our tax dollars every year, without our consent, to maintain a genocidal, foreign regime that was illegally established over seventy years ago—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

Our American corporations’ outsourcing of our American service and manufacturing jobs to foreign countries must be stopped because it is treason, not free enterprise, and because it is destroying our economy, and making us jobless, desperately poor, and homeless—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

This “Global War on Terrorism” must be stopped because it is misusing and abusing our American troops—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

This state and local government-imposed censorship of our Confederate flags and monuments must be stopped because Confederate history is American history—the posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is destructive to the United States of America—and because it is damaging our American conscience.

The censored Confederate flags and monuments must go back up, the cell towers must come down—and every effort must be made to provide free landline telephone service to all of us Americans, including free public landline telephones distributed as widely as possible.

QUINT@QUINTSTUDER.COM

Mr. Studer:

In response to your Guestview, “Celebrate your community on Independence Day,” I have a question for you.

Why?

The last Independence Day I had any reason to celebrate anything was that of 2014.

Just before Independence Day, 2015, two major violations of our constitutional rights began—major violations that are ongoing.

On June 24, 2015—two days after South Carolina Governor Nimrata Randhawa (“Nikki”) Haley made a speech in which she blamed a mass murder in Charleston, South Carolina, on a historical flag in Columbia, South Carolina—Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward censored our First Confederate Flag from our Five Flags Displays, without our consent.

On June 25, 2015—giving in to the demand made by Escambia County Democratic Women’s Club President Dianne Krumel, “I understand the flags are down, but I want to make it permanent.  I don’t want any change of those flags going back up.”—Escambia County Commissioners Doug Underhill, Grover C. Robinson IV, Steven Barry, Wilson Robertson (whose seat is now occupied by Jeff Bergosh), and Lumon May chose to keep our First Confederate Flag censored from our Five Flags Displays, without our consent.

Our First Confederate Flag remains censored from our Five Flags Displays—without our consent.  We have never even been allowed to vote on it.

And speaking of votes, on June 26, 2015, in the Obergefell v. Hodges decision—which was primarily carried by just one vote by Suckup Anthony Kennedy—my vote, as a citizen of Florida, was made null and void by my federal government.

So again, why?

What reason do I have to celebrate anything on Independence Day?

This posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is destructive to the United States of America—and so is this nullification of the votes of untold millions of U.S. citizens, including me, that is the Obergefell v. Hodges decision.

Can you honestly imagine what the Founding Fathers of our country would think of these two destructive phenomena?

Neither this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America, nor this federally enforced redefinition of marriage as a union between members of the same sex, is anything in keeping with what America’s Founding Fathers had in mind for the country for which they gave their all.

There’s no reason to celebrate anything on Independence Day anymore.  

Scott Mayo

Pensacola, Florida


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