Posted: October 15, 2022
Newberry Springs Community Alliance
by Ted Stimpfel

    California's Proposition 1 is a Pro-Choice initiative on the November General Election ballot to establish a state Constitutional Amendment creating enhanced abortion rights for women to have abortions in California.

    By being a constitutional amendment, this election measure would enshrine the abortion of viable babies as a "fundamental right" in California.  It is expected to pass with the approval of about 70% of the state's voters.

    That said, 70% of people will disagree with this blog.

    The reversal of Roe vs. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court has been very unpopular with many Californians who believe that a previous federal Constitutional Right to abortion has been taken from them.

Late-term abortions up to the moment of birth.
                      Prop. 1 proposal.

    As a native Californian, Christian, and Constitutionalist, I strongly disagree that abortion is a U.S. Constitutional fundamental right with the unfettered right to kill... unless a woman's physical life is endangered.  The Supreme Court's reversal of Rowe corrected an earlier erroneous Court decision that was not based upon the U.S. Constitution but upon an earlier liberal Court's far overreach.

    The sacred cycle of life, biologically and religiously, starts at conception.  Not at a politically palatable later time that seems to constantly shift.  There is no U.S. Constitutional Right to the murdering of another human life for convenience.

    American abortions are out-of-control.  Americans voice outrage over the Nazi's killing of up to 7 million innocent lives.  Or, Putin's killing of civilians in Ukraine.  Yet, there is little outrage about the estimated 65 million lives that have been taken by American abortions during the last half-century of Roe vs. Wade.  That's over one-and-a-quarter-million innocent lives killed each year.

  "The state shall not deny or interfere with an individual's reproductive freedom in their most intimate decisions, which includes their fundamental right to choose to have an abortion and their fundamental right to choose or refuse contraceptives."
                                Prop. 1 proposal.

    California governor Gavin Newson states that women are under attack.  No, our Creator's law against killing is under attack.

    The progressive messaging behind Prop. 1 includes the idealism that fosters the demonic permissiveness of casual sexual behavior without any boundaries, guidelines, restrictions, or responsibilities as any controls upon one's personal behavior would be a violation of one's progressive fundamental rights of total freedom.  And, resulting pregnancies can be easily terminated.

    "Fundamental right"  is a huge marketing spin phrase being used by Pro-Choice progressives.  There isn't anything fundamental about abortions in the Bill of Rights or elsewhere.  Consequently, the current move on the California Constitution.

    Disrespecting life and the killing of innocents under a constitutional kill license, and the use of state funds to entice others to come to California to kill life, isn't progress but an abomination against our Creator.  It is a dangerous secular direction that the state is taking.

    I haven't seen this anywhere... but here is an interesting thought.  The Bill of Rights define the rights of Americans and prohibits the making of laws that restrict those rights.  With the cycle of life beginning at conception and Americans having a Constitutional Right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, there is a legal argument that Proposition 1 is unconstitutional.

    Unborn Americans hold the shared values of freedom, liberty, and equality.  And hold the right to be free from the torture of abortion.


An ineffective fiddling Nero
while Newberry suffers.

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