All Palin February, Day 25… Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, & DOMA: ‘What if President Palin & Attorney General Levin Didn’t Defend Roe v. Wade?’ (video) « Frugal Café Blog Zone

All Palin February, Day 25… Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, & DOMA: ‘What if President Palin & Attorney General Levin Didn’t Defend Roe v. Wade?’ (video)

Posted By on February 25, 2011

All Palin February, Day 25…

American Spectator’s Jeffrey Lord, in the wake of the Department of Justice announcing this week that it would no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) because Barack Obama and Eric Holder had determined the act was “unconstitutional,” wrote a futuristic, satirical piece. In the press-release-styled piece set in 2013, newly elected Pres. Sarah Palin and her Attorney General, Mark Levin, also cherry-picked what laws they would and would not support — in this comparison, they announced refusal to defend Roe v. Wade and abortion lawsuits.

Soft tyranny.

As stated at Legal Insurrection, “The decision by the Department of Justice to refuse to defend the Defense of Marriage Act is a massive power grab by the Executive Branch.”

On his radio program, radio talk show host Mark Levin read the American Spectator piece aloud, in his own inimitable style:

Mark Levin – What if President Sarah Palin & Attorney General Mark Levin Didn’t Defend Roe v. Wade?

 

Here is Jeffrey Lord’s American Spectator satire — Attorney General Mark Levin: Won’t Enforce Roe v. Wade:

WASHINGTON
January 21, 2013

Barely twenty-four hours after her inauguration as America’s first woman chief executive, President Sarah Palin announced today that Attorney General Mark Levin has been instructed to stop defending Roe v. Wade and abortion in a wave of fresh lawsuits filed in federal courts around the country.

Said the Attorney General:

Roe v. Wade contains numerous expressions reflecting moral disapproval of unborn children and their potential intimate and family relationships — precisely the kind of stereotype-based thinking and animus the (Constitution’s) Equal Protection Clause is designed to guard against.”

“Much of the legal landscape has changed in the 40 years since the Supreme Court created a so-called ‘right to privacy,’ which has no constitutional basis and no tangible form,” Levin said in a statement. He noted that various Supreme Court justices have previously ruled that laws authorizing the taking of the life of an unborn child are unconstitutional and that Congress has forbidden the federal government from paying for abortions.

At the White House, a spokesman said Palin herself was never one to be “grappling” with her personal view of abortion, and has always personally opposed Roe v. Wade as “unnecessary and unfair.”

Levin wrote to House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, that Palin has concluded Roe v. Wade fails to meet a rigorous standard under which courts view with suspicion any laws targeting minority groups who have suffered a history of discrimination. “The unborn, perhaps the most vulnerable minority group in history, have a severe history of discrimination,” added the new attorney general.

The attorney general also said the Justice Department had defended the law in court until now because the government was able to advance reasonable arguments for the law based on a less strict standard.

On Wednesday, Levin said the president has concluded that, given a documented history of discrimination against the unborn, classifications that include genetic detection of sexual orientation should be subject to a more heightened standard of scrutiny than the department had been applying in legal challenges to the act up to now.

The attorney general said the department will immediately bring the policy change to the attention of two federal courts now hearing separate lawsuits targeting Roe v. Wade.

The decision brought an angry response from Planned Parenthood. In what sources say was a heated phone conversation with the head of the pro-abortion group, one shocked Justice Department career attorney said the Attorney General was heard to say:

“Get off the phone you big dope.”

Rush Limbaugh also comes out swinging on his radio show on the chilling, dangerous lawlessness of Team Obama and the DOJ refusing to defend the DOMA, to defend ANY law, and Lord’s piece… h/t to Conservatives4Palin.

Rush Limbaugh – Imagine if President Palin Were Doing This

 

Links to all previous posts for All Palin February:

Day 24 | Day 23 | Day 22 | Day 21 | Day 20 | Day 19 | Day 18 | Day 17

Day 16 | Day 15 | Day 14 | Day 13 | Day 12 | Day 11 | Day 10 | Day 9

Day 8 | Day 7 | Day 6 | Day 5 | Day 4 | Day 3 | Day 2 | Day 1

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