Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – the conservative christians want a theocracy where no one has privacy

I’m guessing most of my readers have seen that a draft opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States, was revealed to the public. This opinion is to end the legality of abortion in the US at the federal level, and that original case was built on the fact that no government has any right to breach the privacy of an individual.

Now we can see that conservative Christians want government to control your life, as long as it is *their* government.

““Roe, however, was remarkably loose in its treatment of the constitutional text. It held that the abortion right, which is not mentioned in the Constitution, is part of a right to privacy, which is also not mentioned.”” – Justice Alito “Thomas E. Dobbs, State Health Officer of the Mississippi Department of Health et al petitioners vs Jackson Womens Health Organization et al”

The argument is that since the right to an abortion isn’t in the constitution, regulating should be given to the states. Now, with that argument, we see that personal privacy is also up for grabs per Alito’s argument. We’ve heard repeatedly from conservative that they are supposedly horrified of government involvement with the privacy of citizens when it comes to guns, to religion (the deal with the devil between Catholics and evangelicals who hate each other and ae sure each other are going to hell), schooling, books, etc. They are of course hypocrites and liars.

Is this what balkanizes the US? When will the civil war start between Christians over who gets to rule? We’ll see.

2 thoughts on “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – the conservative christians want a theocracy where no one has privacy

  1. As a free-nation society, we cannot prevent anyone from bearing children, including those who insist upon procreating regardless of their inability to raise children in a psychologically functional/healthy manner. We can, however, educate all young people for the most important job ever, even those high-schoolers who plan to remain childless.

    If nothing else, such curriculum could offer students an idea/clue as to whether they’re emotionally suited for the immense responsibility and strains of parenthood. But simply mindlessly ‘minding our own business’ often proves humanly devastating.

    As for abortion services, along with critical health services and long-term-care residences, abortions should never be a for-profit, let alone for BIG profit, medical procedure. But it seems there’s nothing sufficiently sacred to our governments to be made totally-off-limits to corporate interests. … Now, if only as much concern was given to the already born and breathing as is given the unborn …

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