- Oct 2010
Yes, the hypocrisy is astounding, and now someone like Kavanaugh being hounded by the very people who summarily dismissed much more credible accusations against Clinton; but then there is nothing personal in it, they want to destroy Kavanaugh for purely political reasons, not because they have tried to reach any impartial judgement about the value of the claims made against him. This whole sorry business shows why due process is essential when serious cliams are made against anyone.
People's rights are always the target of those who want no part of consensus, the jeopardy of their rights remains a concern of their despite that, and therein lies the hypocrisy.
I actually understand Roe V. Wade and have reached a somewhat similar conclusions before reading its' text, I still believe that the ruling has no constitutional basis to it regardless of agreeing with the outcome. I always wondered, when does a surgery become optional (by choice), necessary (medically). and/or somewhere in between, and how that applies to "elective non-medically necessary" surgery part of insurance coverage.