A second Southern Confederacy: The feminist movement
By Michael Moriarty
Feminists hold their gestating infants as the same private property the Southern slaveholders held Africans. In both cases the Supreme Court supported that horrid point of view. In the Taney decision of the 19th century and the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 – despite the medical double talk about three trimester gestation the defense is the same – Africans were and gestating infants are private property.
In addition the Declaration of Independence assures Americans – and Americans are Americans upon conception – of the inalienable right to life.
This new Southern Confederacy of the Feminist Movement defies the Declaration of Independence in the same way slavery did when it belied our belief that all men are created equal.
The Feminist Movement is a treasonous alienation from the American inalienable right to life. The population problem – so proclaimed by the United Nations – does not apply to America.
The Feminists and Planned Parenthood are now echoing the United Nations that abortion and euthanasia are curing poverty, hunger and crime. Death and murder are no way to deal with the problems and challenges of life. Life’s difficulties must be dealt with by more life.
With a virtual Southern Confederacy that is contained in the Feminists’ and Planned Parenthood’s defence their gestating infants are their private property, to do with what they please – and yes, including lynching by abortion.
If not overturned, this will certainly lead to a second Civil War. America cannot be America with legalized abortion.
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Moriarty is also running for President of the United States in 2008 as a candidate for the Realists Party. To find out more about Moriarty's presidential campaign, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.