"inJohn Roberts' America....."
jean.dudley at gmail.com
Sat Jul 23 11:27:27 PDT 2005
JMHACLJ at aol.com wrote:
> All persons born or naturalized in the United States are citizens of
> the United States */_and of the State wherein they reside_/*. Suppose
> that a young mother of an unborn baby resides in Maryland. Does the
> interest of Maryland, in the health and safety of its citizens,
> dissipate when temporarily those citizens visit other states? Why?
I currently reside in the state of California. As far as I'm concerned,
my uterus is not Federal land, nor is it State property. It is roughly
analogous to private property, and it is my understanding that if an
intruder in my home is intent on doing me bodily harm, I have the right
to self-defense, even if it means killing the intruder. Likewise, I
have control over my uterus, in that I have the right to terminate an
Keep you laws off my body. Your religious views are not the same as
mine, and you have no right to impose them on me against my will. I am
more important than the contents of my womb, and FYI, it is not a child,
it is a fetus.
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