Not Tired of Winning Yet CLX (Duplicate)

NOTE: WordPress hiccoughed, and affixed certain comments to the wrote column. I here duplicate the column to allow the comments to stand as they were meant.

You did not expect this to happen during your lifetime. Yet is has. How many prayers does this answer?

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling was handed down. Roe v. Wade, 410 U. S. 113, and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pa. v. Casey, 505 U. S. 833 are both as dead as all the unborn babies they killed.

Roe v Wade is overturned, root and branch, and a great sickness and grave moral evil no longer overshadows our Constitution. The battle now shifts to state by state legislatures, and will be long and hard. Gird up your loins.

If I were a pagan I would raise a shrine to Donald Trump, and to all who voted for him, for this victory is due to their election of him as president, and his selection of conservatives for Supreme Court Justices.

Nevertrumpers, tear garments and pour ashes on your head as you beg heaven for forgiveness. A tearful flood of apologies for your stiffneckedness and shortsightedness is now due.


The syllabus of the opinion reads:

The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion n is returned to the people and their elected representatives.

Those of you who find a certain beauty in the display of a clarity of logical thought will appreciate the clean artistry of Justice Alito’s opinion. It is like reading a proof of geometry by Euclid, or a theological argument by Aquinas: the triumph of clarity and light, logic and reason, over darkness, confusion, mental lapse, weasel words, piffle, jabberwocky, argle-bargle and nonsense.

It is an enjoyable read. I will be taking time off from work today to luxuriate in the pristine beauty of sound legal reasoning.

The madness from this case spilled over to every level of life, and made our public officials, and our public, into screaming, nonsense-barfing, sneering, craven, blood-drenched monsters, harpies, anthropophages, and headless blemmyes. The great idols to Moloch loomed over every courthouse.

The madness led to the sodomy culture, the woke culture, the death of Disney’s soul, and to the encouragement of corruption both on a personal and political level. Oddly enough, if one traces the course of the mental disease, there are even connections leading to such remote side-effects as inflationary fiscal policy, confiscatory taxation, wokethink hatewhitery, suicidal energy policy, public riots and arson, all which would, at first, seem to be unrelated.

It is not unrelated. Accepting an evil axiom tacitly accepts, sooner or later, all the logical outcomes implied by it.

Roe v Wade cursed this nation. It darkened the intellect of our intellectual class and corrupted the morals of people. Ordinary youths became satyrs and rapists, each one a little Don Juan; ordinary young women became murderesses, each one a little Medea. The cult of Ganymede was released, and perversion worse than Sodom ever knew, built atop of pile of tiny skulls higher than any pyramid raised by the Aztecs.

The curse is broken.

The Devil will draw the sword, and propel his slaves to violence. The battle is joined.

But the curse is broken.