Friday, March 30, 2018

Need This Ann Coulter Quote

It was along the lines of the Supreme Court decided that majorities are not allowed to decide whether abortions are legal, except when it is a majority of the Supreme Court.  I would love to find that quote in all its Ann Coulter snarky splendor.

2 comments:

Karl said...

Wow. No comments yet.

Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right -- p. 144 (PDF version)
{Four policy positions can be gleaned from that paragraph: Gingrich apparently differs with the editorial position of the Times on the death penalty, sentencing guidelines, prayer in schools, and abortion. This is a peculiar collection of policies on which to base a charge of “moral authoritarianism.”

Vast majorities of Americans agree with Newt Gingrich on at least three of the issues—school prayer, the death penalty, and sentencing guidelines.

It’s a little difficult to gauge the public’s feelings about the fourth— abortion—on account of abortion’s preposterous status as a “constitutional right.” But evidently liberals don’t think a majority of Americans supports abortion—otherwise they would welcome the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which would do nothing more than put abortion to a vote. As their theatrics on Roe demonstrate, the last thing they want is a vote. Once Americans were allowed to vote on abortion. Then Roe came along and overturned the democratically enacted laws of forty-eight states.

But however the vote would go if abortion were ever returned to the democratic process, it is sheer lunacy to attack any House member for his views on abortion, anyway. No mere congressman can have the slightest, tertiary effect on the legal status of abortion. Only the Supreme Court can do that, and House members don’t even vote on Supreme Court nominees.}

Treason: P. 118 (PDF version)
{In a country of almost 300 million people, liberals get seven men to issue an opinion from the Supreme Court and they want the rest of us to shut up about abortion forevermore. But before going to war to eliminate a potential nuclear threat, we need to convince every last American that war is necessary. Liberals seem to believe total unanimity is possible from watching Iraqi elections.}
(I don't think this is it, but included for completeness.)

Clayton Cramer said...

Thank you.