I challenge Sens. Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe, Rep. Michael Michaud, the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices and inferior courts to tell me that I am wrong when I state that the unborn child is protected under the U.S. Constitution as stated in the Preamble, “to ourselves and our posterity.”
I say private property is protected under the 5th Amendment.
If under the First Amendment, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, how can the Supreme Court prohibit free exercise thereof?
When judges of the Supreme Court and inferior courts misread the constitution, or misbehave, they should be removed, according to Article (3) of the Constitution.
Kudos to South Dakota whose governor signed a law prohibiting the state from using its power of “eminent domain” to take private property for private economic development. The bill passed by unanimous vote in the state Senate and 67-1 in the House. Kudos again for South Dakota for taking on Roe v. Wade because the unborn children are posterity, as the Preamble to the Constitution states. I would think and hope the state of Maine would pass such laws.
Albert J. Cyr Sr., Rumford