I only seek clarity in the law. Murder needs to be defined, clearly. Currently, there is MUCH to be clarified. Right now, the gender of the parent killing the child, and how well-developed the child is and whether the parent wants the child dead, is what determines whether it is murder, or merely choice.
That is terrible and conflicting law.
No, I would not choose to trade one inequality for another. Once, women were mistreated and viewed as property under law. That is not much different from how some women view their progeny today.
Politicians always tout hunting and home defense as reasons for the 2nd Amendment, but the Founders were very clear on that subject. It was meant as the final defense against tyranny.
Also, our ALL volunteer military is made up of the people, sworn to support and defend the Constitution and obey only lawful orders. Like in Egypt, I expect our armed forces to side with the people if such arms confiscations orders are issued again, as they were during Katrina. We KNOW that such orders are likely to be given again, and we are prepared to refuse those orders.
Thank you. I also believe that my, and everyone's for that matter, soul transcends the physical body and that I would have been here even if she had--but with a different parent--if it was meant for me to be here in this time and place. Which apparently it is, because here I am.
The treasure of a life is a measure of love and respect/The way you live, the gifts that you give/In the fullness of time/It's the only return that you expect