Is the USA DOJ lawsuit based on Constitutional Law, science or another repeat folly of vanity of humans to believe they are as wise as their Creator?
The Chicago Tribune Article titled: DOJ sues Texas to block law curtailing abortions? reported the suit argument as follows:
The law: “is in open defiance to the Constitution, “to protect that Texas violated”, “Supreme Court precedent”, “It is a settled constitutional a State may not prohibit a woman from making the ultimate decision to terminate her pregnancy from viability.”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient wisdom verse of the opinion of King Solomon’s observation of the cause of all human folly made 3000 years ago which never seems to be keep repeating in every generation since the “viability” of humans began..
Definition of viability – Merriam Webster
: the quality or state of being viable: such as
a (1): the ability to live, grow, and develop the viability of seeds under dry conditions
(2): the capability of a fetus to survive outside the uterus fetal viability
b: the ability to function adequately the viability of lymphocytes serially harvested from stored bank blood …— Biological Abstracts
c: the ability to succeed or be sustained This year’s market turmoil had called into question the viability of the investment-banking business model …— Wall Street Journal Getting an informed start now may be essential to future growth and economic viability of the U.S. wine industry. — Gordon W Murcia
Listen to counsel and accept discipline, that you may be wise the rest of your days. 21Many plans are in a man’s heart, but the purpose of the Lord will prevail.19:20-21)
What’s My Point?
The Supreme Court is one of three governing bodies the USA founders believed was necessary to protect the freedom of individuals in our Nation to abide by the Constitutional laws passed by humans.
Humans have been known to make mistakes, or in other words not perfect as evidenced by innumerable changes made in governing over each other since the beginning of time as recorded in history.
Even science, history records various: quack remedies: believed to cure human illnesses such as bleeding a patient to cure their perceived ailments
And even today to still not understand how to create a human life which somehow was created.
I read a Citizen Tom post which stated his personal opinions as follows?
“Where is the right to an abortion in the Constitution? It isn’t.”
“That is why the Supreme Court should not have stuck its nose where it does not belong. Instead, when they have to make stuff up to do so, we now have justices calling the Texas law unconstitutional.”
“Roe v. Wade needs to be overturned, and solving the problem of abortion needs to be given back to the states.”
In My Opinion
I agreed with Tom’s above opinions and commented he following
“I agree the Supreme Court never should have ruled or heard this issue. It was foolish vanity for them to believe they had greater wisdom than our Creator, in my opinion. “
As for the use of the word viability being applied in the DOJ suit, perhaps we should consider the other Merriam Webster definitions other the limiting to the state of human creation inside the uterus
): the ability to live, grow, and develop
the ability to function adequately
: the ability to succeed or be sustained
may be essential to future growth and economic viability of the U.S.
In other words, viability has more meanings that will never materialize if the baby is aborted from the fetus same as someone who loses viability if murdered.
Are your opinions based on secular beliefs of Abortion Rights to opinions be fueled by personal vanity?
Did the following government leaders opinions result as follows: “I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing, disagree with her on many others, but when she said abortion should be safe, legal and rare, I think she’s correct,”
Can anyone concur with Clinton that ever since Roe Wade, the number of abortions has tallied up to over 60 million deaths of babies in the USA to date, is that is not rare or a perfect opinion?
Would the issue of abortion Rights and number of abortions been rare if we imperfect humans would have “Listen(ed) to counsel and accept discipline, that you may be wise the rest of your days.”
Would the issue of abortion Rights and number of abortions been rare according to this opinion” if the Supreme Court vanity: “That is why the Supreme Court should not have stuck its nose where it does not belong. Instead, when they have to make stuff up to do so, we now have justices calling the Texas law unconstitutional.”
Is the issue of abortion based on our vanity to not want to believe “Many plans are in a man’s heart, but the purpose of the Lord will prevail?”
Have any Supreme Court rulings experience proven to be perfect wisdom and never in need of change? If you believe so, perhaps you should read the article in the Source Links below which includes opinions on Roe Wade.
Read the Source Links
Chicago Tribune AP September 10, 2021
Supreme Court Reversed Decisions
Citizen Tom Opinion
Previous Posts on Texas Abortion Law