Opinion written by George McClellan:
California Senator Diane Feinstein used the issue of abortion for her attack on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. She said that she will probably oppose him because he believes “the intentional taking of a human life by private persons is always wrong.” Private persons here being abortionists, including professionally trained medical doctors.
It’s apparently okay to take lives, by execution, of adults who have passed the line of abiding in a safe society by their decision(s) to become murderous or treasonous criminals, but that’s another argument. Society basically agrees there is a point that disposing of the lives of those who made bad choices is indispensable for a communities safety and happiness.
Continuing the estimable Senators delusional pontifications, she opined: “Judge Gorsuch has not had occasion to rule directly on a case involving Roe. However, his writings do raise questions. Specifically, he wrote that he believes there are no exceptions to the principle that ‘the intentional taking of a human life by private persons is always wrong.’ This language has been interpreted by both pro-life and pro-choice organizations to mean he would overturn Roe.”
How more morally reprehensible can she and her party, be? Diane Feinstein proudly labels herself a Progressive and demonstrates that pride in act, word and deed. A casual examination of the history of her “Progressivism” reveals a sordid story concerning their attitude toward human life, who should live and who should not, a philosophy not wrapped in a “woman’s choice,” but what was actually best for the “collective.” Women’s healthcare was never an issue.
The 20th Century alone reveals a bleak, history of Progressive (Communist) regimes that glorified in murdering over 100 million innocent people in the name of the “Party.” Concerns for human rights, when the Bolshevik Revolution swept across Russia in the early 1900’s, was not an issue at all. The leap from Soviet Russia to Maoist China is a short one, but the body count raised exponentially. We cannot forget the killing fields of Cambodia and Burma either.
A reading of the 20th century history of Soviet Russia reveals little, if anything, about abortions. Why would abortions be important in a Progressive paradise whose policies were the wholesale murder of men, women and children. The effectiveness of mass starvation, slave labor camps and summary executions of enemies of the state, (and abortions) cannot be denied.
Sen. Feinstein did say something very important about Trump, he would keep his word and that reflects on Gorsuch. Specifically, she said: “President Trump repeatedly promised to appoint someone in the mold of Justice Scalia and that the nomination of Judge Gorsuch illustrates he’s a man of his word,” that “The Supreme Court has the final say on whether a woman will continue to have control over her own body or whether decisions about her healthcare will be determined by politicians and the government.” “By politicians and the government?”
Politicians are the government and if its a Progressive one, then mass killings could be here to stay. One supposes, according to Feinstein, that Progressives think they are morally superior to Judge Gorsuch. For a politician to be morally superior is to arrogantly rise above the Scriptures (the Torah in Feinstein’s case) and, to assert that “the Party” knows what’s best for all is to make social injustice a conceited excuse for criminal behavior, women’s choice be damned. We have left Obama’s murky world of political favoritism, threats and lawlessness. Let’s not go there again.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now go get ‘em! (21 Mar 17)