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Not Enough Babies Being Murdered for Supreme Court’s Liking

28 Jun

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

JUNE 29, 2016

CONTACT:  CONSTITUTION PARTY, 608-561-7996

by Mark Gabriel 

Not Enough Babies Being Murdered for Supreme Court’s Liking

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) knows the first duty of government is to protect innocent life.  The Supreme Court of the United States has abandoned that responsibility in favor of those who murder children before birth.  Roe v Wade was the court’s opinion that decriminalized child murder before birth, and now Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt  is their opinion to prevent states from requiring abortion chambers to function under the same requirements as other invasive surgery centers.  There were not enough babies being killed for their liking.  The right to life of an innocent child trumps any so called “right” of a woman to kill her child.  The US Supreme Court has once again ruled in rebellion to our Creator God and Heavenly Father.

It’s time State government leaders stop bowing down to the unjust and evil decrees of the Supreme Court.  It is time they nullify unconstitutional court opinions.  It is time we get back to the system of checks and balances the founders gave us.  Lesser magistrates need to ignore unconstitutional and ungodly court opinions.  The US Supreme Court is not the sole arbiter of what is constitutional.  Courts do not make law.  Texas needs to ignore Roe v Wade and protect all children, not just make it more difficult to kill children.

Mark Gabriel is an Executive Member of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin and a former County Supervisor of Calumet County in Wisconsin.

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2 responses to “Not Enough Babies Being Murdered for Supreme Court’s Liking

  1. Darren Foster, LPN/LVN

    June 29, 2016 at 9:40 AM

    Wisconsin refused to enforce Dred v. Scott, and Buck v. Bell is still “on the books” and has never been overturned by SCOTUS, so precedent says that we CAN refuse to enforce unconstitutional dictates from D.C. This judicial supremacy began in the early 19th century when Marbury v. Madison gave SCOTUS final say on what the Constitution says. Scott Walker and Ron Johnson are disgusting in my opinion because, unlike Judge Roy Moore, Walker and Johnson have now embraced “gay rights” as part of “Big Tent” Republicanism by saying “it’s now the law, let’s move on to create jobs”…yada yada yada. Those GOP signs of mine for Walker and Johnson long ago were tossed into the trash w/used cat litter thrown on them. I will not vote for Johnson who was one of 7 GOP who voted in A.G. Lynch, and I will not vote for “gay”-loving Walker who WILL ATTEND “gay” so-called weddings (his own statement). I will vote DEM just to punish both fake Republicans since GOP abuses social conservatives by saying they are pro-life/pro-family but once elected are no different then Dems.

     
    • Mark Gabriel

      October 24, 2016 at 6:48 PM

      Walker failed to defend our State Constitution and the will of the people of Wisconsin and two sessions of our State Legislature, by giving into the tyranny of a federal judge over marriage in Wisconsin. He is not up for re-election, though. Johnson has a Libertarian running against him who would agree with the Constitution Party on most issues. Why in the world would you vote for the God hating Democrat?

       

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