Women’s Choice and Health Care
What does the original document, the Constitution, have to say about women, or health care? Nothing. The Supreme Court interprets the Constitution, what does that mean? Is determining that corporations are people something that relates to governance? No.
We have arrived at a point in the affairs of the people, where corporations are people, and the Supreme Court is going to abridge women’s rights, which are universal human rights, and peoples access to health care, which has nothing to do with the Constitution.
The US Supreme Court has determined, in its interpretation of the Constitution, that corporations are people and money is speech. Corporations aren’t people. Money isn’t speech. The Court says otherwise. Given this logic, in won’t be difficult to bury health care and women’s rights with the appropriate legalese.