16th “American View” Program Continues Analysis Of Bush Nominee John Roberts
On this program, you will, again, hear Roberts say, in a 2003 confirmation hearing: “Roe v. Wade is the settled law of the land. It is not—it’s a little more than settled. It was reaffirmed in the face of a challenge that it should be overruled in the Casey decision. Accordingly, it’s the settled law of the land. There’s nothing in my personal views that would prevent me from fully and faithfully applying that precedent, as well as Casey.”
This is a very significant admission because Roberts is saying he has no personal view that in any way sees abortion — the murder of innocent, unborn children — as being wrong. And this is why he will uphold all the Supreme Court decisions making abortion “legal.”
On this same program, we discuss why the most important question a judicial nominee can be asked is: “Do you believe in the God of the Bible and will you obey His Law?” Related to this, we also discuss reports that Roberts has said his religion (Roman Catholic) will not effect his court rulings.
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