In Reply to: Talking About James Dobson's Support for Harriet Miers To Supreme... posted by Skidrow's Demon on October 28, 2005 at 22:35:08:
Being anti-abortion and/or a fundamentalist Christian isn't enough to get Roe v. Wade overturned. It's going to take superior jurisprudence based in constitutional law, which is a secular and NOT a religiously-based legal system. There are sound arguments and precedents for protecting the lives of unborn children based in secular law that Harriet Miers does not appear to have mastered as a legal advisor to the President. She lacks the level of expertise in constitutional law necessary to overturn Roe v. Wade. However a Supreme Court Justice vote, s/he has to provide a sound legal argument for a decision. It can't be, "Because I believe it's wrong" or "Because my interpretation of the Bible says it offends God."