Richard Cohen (gasp) has summed up the conservative argument against Wroe better than most conservatives. What the mainstream media and leftist elites have never understood is that conservatives, first and foremost, oppose Wroe on constitutional grounds — its specious findings of rights that clearly do not exist in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and its trampling of rights and prerogatives reserved to the states that cleary do exist. That many conservatives oppose abortion based on deeply held religious beliefs is a separate matter. If a condescending liberal (excuse the redundancy) like Mr. Cohen has begun to grasp this not so subtle nuance after 30 years, it is cause for hope.
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