"The ongoing debate continues surrounding the attempt to once again criminalize abortions or to once and for all guarantee the freedom of the individual women's [sic] right to decide for herself whether she will have an abortion," Miers said.
Those seeking to resolve such disputes would do well to remember that "we gave up" a long time ago on "legislating religion or morality," she said. And "when science cannot determine the facts and decisions vary based upon religious belief, then government should not act."
Not good. Not good at all. Especially since it seems to infer that one branch of government (the judiciary) can prevent other branches (the executive and legislative) from acting on moral matters. Like Tim at Prolife Blogs I'd like to see the entire speech in context to make sure this isn't the Post trying to get prolifers riled up even more.
UPDATE: The Washington Post has a link to the entire speech and to another speech.
Prolife teen blogger Katelyn Sills has an update on the firing of an abortion clinic escort from her school, Loretto Catholic High School, and a ton of comments, many from pro-choicers who are upset. Show her some support if you get a chance.
The littlest Naaman is already 12 weeks.