bearish wrote:ppauper wrote:in the US, a hitherto unknown right to an abortion was discovered by the supreme court in 1973: it was described as "an emanation from a penumbra" and was an example of the justices inventing law to arrive at the outcome they desired rather than deciding the outcome based on existing law.
Prior to that, the individual states decided for themselves
In the unlikely event of roe being overturned, the issue would revert to the states which seems a fair compromise.
What you're all forgetting is that conservative judges respect precedent as well as the constitution
When Trump asks his puppets on the Supreme Court to jump, the only question will be how high? He has pretty much said so himself, especially in the case of abortion.
The president has said nothing of the sort.
Judge Kavanaugh is a bushie, and far more of a centrist than you would have us believe
Kavanaugh, Garland voted together 93 percent of the time
on the DC court of appeals