Tell me.. does convenience over rule life?

Tell me.. does convenience over rule life?

According to some in the courts it signifies some freedom that we have to allow some chosen individuals to end life of some others. We modify the oaths that were taken to free those aiding in that destruction. Most allow it because it is safer and more convenient.

It allows some to believe they walk away mistakenly sinless. Those to do walk around hoping there is no God to judge them. Some call themselves free. ummmh.


The following is a portion of an article published in the Jackson Sun:


A federal judge halted the roll out of a controversial abortion law in Tennessee less than an hour after Gov. Bill Lee signed it into law.

Lee on Monday signed the state’s wide-ranging abortion ban into law — legislation that will enact some of the nation’s most restrictive abortion regulations.

He signed the bill around 11 a.m. By 11:45 a.m., the court ruled against the law.

Reproductive providers including Planned Parenthood, along with the American Civil Liberties Union and other abortion rights groups filed a lawsuit against the bill in federal court in Nashville in June after the bill passed the Senate 23-5 in an early morning vote.

Abortion providers asked for the restraining order in an attempt to delay implementation of the ban while the case is before the courts.

They argue the bans are unconstitutional and contradict U.S. Supreme Court rulings in Roe V. Wade and other landmark cases.

District Judge William L. Campbell agreed Monday with the plaintiffs that, if immediately implemented, the bill could cause a significant impact to Tennesseans seeking abortions, and the roll out should be halted while the case remains before the court.

“Plaintiffs have demonstrated they will suffer immediate and irreparable injury, harm, loss, or damage if injunctive relief is not granted pending a preliminary injunction hearing. The Act will immediately impact patients seeking abortions and imposes criminal sanctions on abortion providers. The time-sensitive nature of the procedure also weighs in favor of injunctive relief pending a preliminary injunction hearing,” Campbell wrote in the order granting the restraining order.

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