|Pure drivel from Henry Mark Holzer's Web site: www.henrymarkholzer.com|
--William H. Rehnquist, Rip--
"Thus, it was Griswold that provided a "living Constitution" rationale for the later decision in Roe. Accordingly, when Rehnquist dissented in Roe he was attacking Griswold, and by attacking Griswold he was repudiating the indefensible and pernicious notion of a "living Constitution." This is a crucially important aspect of his jurisprudence. Were there room on his headstone, there are those who would like to see this epitaph: "William H. Rehnquist: He read the Constitution, understood its meaning, and so ruled."
--Sodomy and Federalism--
"The Griswold decision led to the deaths of literally countless unborn children because it was that cases Douglas-created "right of privacy" that served as the precedent for the Supreme Courts legalization of abortion in Roe v. Wade."
"Accordingly, two things ought to happen when the SC considers the constitutionality of the Texas Homosexual Conduct Law. The court should uphold the offensive Texas law, refusing to endorse, let alone invoke, the ersatz Griswold/Roe "right to privacy."
"Once the case is over in the SC, homosexuals and heterosexuals alike if they cannot obtain recourse through the Texas judicial system, under that State constitution should go into the Texas legislature and get its anti-sodomy law repealed."
[Now that's going to happen!]
--The Con of Another O'Connor--
"If President Bush intends to keep the promise he made to the people who elected him twice, he must live up to what he told them in his 2000 debate with Al Gore: that he would appoint judges "who will strictly interpret the Constitution and will not use the bench to write social policy."
Let see, homosexuals only have the right to have sex if the government says its ok, abortion is the murder of unborn children, strict interpretation of the Constitution, and Scalia is the ideal judge. Smells like a conservative, a legal positivist.