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5-4 Vote on Partial-Birth Murder

Posted in Government & Politics,Imago Dei by sosipater on April 19, 2007

Well, looks like we have at least 5 Supreme Court Justice’s with some kind of realistic outlook on this procedure and the law.  For some reading on this very important judicial activity, check out these articles:

  • The Baptist Press article can be found here.  Snippet:
    • The high court’s 5-4 decision reversed rulings by two federal appeals courts and affirmed the Partial-birth Abortion Ban Act as the law of the land, marking the first judicially approved restriction on a specific procedure since the justices legalized abortion in 1973. The 2003 law prohibits an abortion technique that involves the killing of a nearly totally delivered baby normally in at least the fifth month of pregnancy.
    • Note:  There is an artist’s depiction of this barbaric procedure at the top of this arcticle.  This article also contains a nurse’s account of one of these “procedures”.  It will make your stomach churn.
  • Justin Taylor has posted on this here as well as Denny Burk here.  Denny has some interesting responses by some of our presidential candidates.  Why are the Democratic party candidates so staunchly in favor of murdering innocent babies?  Crazy.
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2 Responses to '5-4 Vote on Partial-Birth Murder'

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  1. bj77 said,

    Russ,
    you bring out the Theonomist in me with every post.

  2. sosipater said,

    BJ,

    I don’t know if that is good or bad.

    RJ


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