where in the Constitution does it justify roe v wade?

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I love all these constitutional scholars ! Read it before you remark on it. I quote, “ Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, OR PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF. Now if you want to change the constitution, petition to have it done. In the mean time, you ...

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Did you Consevatives know that Roe v Wade was passed during a Republican

Yea. And it was a Bush appointed Judge that said discussions of Intelligent Design by public school educators was unconstitutional too, even though no such words exist in our Constitution. And how about that dope Souter, another Bush appointee, who thought it was fine for the government to take your ...