|Release Date: to be announced|
Status: Awaiting Release Date
Priscilla Barnes, Sam McMurray, Julie Ann Emery, Shane Jacobsen, Bobby DiVito, Duke Valenti, Erika Smith, Joe Stapleton, Jessica Baade, Cheryl McMahon, Glenn Wein
Director: Terre Weisman
Screenwriter: Terre Weisman
Genre: Romance, Comedy
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May 02, 2012 - 06:19
"The enumeration in the Constitution, of ctearin rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people") means that any "liberties" not expressly in the Constitution must be presumed to be there anyway, just not written out.Madison (I think--it was one of the Federalists) went off on how there should be no rights or liberties listed specifically, since that would lead people to believe that any ones not listed just don't exist.The right to privacy is, as Justice Ginsberg noted and Chief Justice Roberts concurred, hinted at in several places, like the third and fourth amendments. To say that the Roe court (or the Griswold court, or any other), then, invented the right to privacy is absurd. The right is not denied to us by its lack of inclusion in the Constitution, nor is it inconceivable to imagine that those writing the Constitution would have recoiled at the though of its being made explicit by courts later.Remember, Rick, abortion was legal and not uncommon in the 1780s.Conservatives have been decrying the "activist" court since at least Brown v. Board of Ed., when the court started forcing states, and the nation as a whole, to confront seriously, for the first time, that we are indeed all created equal.