by Steve Casey
American Reporter Correspondent
December 19, 2004
KEY ABORTION DECISIONS HAVE LOST THE PLAINTIFFS
STONEWALL, La. -- Recently, while in Washington D.C., I met and talked with two ladies who were used in changing the face of American society in the 20th Century. The two ladies were Norma McCorvey and Sandra Cano.
When I say that they were "used," I mean it in the worst manner possible. Norma McCorvey was the "Roe" in Roe v. Wade and Sandra Cano was the "Doe" in Doe v. Bolton.
Roe v. Wade violated the 10th Amendment of the Constitution, i believe, thereby overriding all state laws on abortion and making abortion legal in all states for any reason during early pregnancy, and anytime in pregnancy "for the health of the mother."
Doe v. Bolton defined the "health of the mother" to be anything as simple as "emotional stress." Therefore, Roe v. Wade plus Doe v. Boltonequals abortion on demand at anytime - all nine months of pregnancy.
Why do I say that they were used? Because they say they were used.
McCorvey was convinced by her lawyers in Roe v. Wade to lie about her pregnancy and say that she had been raped. which was not true. She felt that it was the right thing to do at the time. Her lawyers told her that the "lie" was needed to achieve their purposes in the case.
Cano was only seeking a divorce in Doe v. Bolton and was totally unaware that, in her absence, her lawyers had turned it into an abortion case. Not until she demanded a copy of the court records did she realize what had been done in her name.
Knowing these two ladies' stories proves that the whole abortion industry is based on court cases that were decided on the basis of lawyer-fabricated lies!
McCorvey has since experienced a dynamic conversion on the abortion issue. She now heads an organization call "Roe No More," which seeks to stop all legalized abortion. Cano works with Operation Outcry, a pro-life group led by women who have been hurt by abortion.
The two women who were "used" to legalize abortion are now dedicating their lives to fighting for the lives of the unborn and for the women exploited by the abortion industry.
Presbyterian pro-life activist Steve Casey can be contacted at email@example.com.