Legal abortion as accepted law.
What is Roe versus Wade?
What is Roe v. Wade?
It’s a court ruling.
In 1973, a majority of unelected, unaccountable to the people, lawyers dressed in black robes decided to allow abortions in this Republic to occur.
The Congress did not pass a law legalizing abortion.
The President did not sign into law any such legislation.
The third branch of government made a ruling.
But – years later, we have intelligent and not-so intelligent members of our government indicating that Roe versus Wade is “established, settled law”.
Senator Susan Collins is quoting Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh as saying that Roe v. Wade is established, settled law.
Roe versus Wade is a decision – period.
It is not law.
So, hopefully, the seasoned Senator from Maine got it wrong – maybe she misunderstood Kavanaugh.
Hopefully, what judge Kavanaugh said was that Roe v. Wade is established, settled “cased law” or an established, settled ruling.
Otherwise, we have two problems.
On the Senator from Maine.
And two, the supreme court nominee.#