Why a Personhood Amendment is Good for the Preborn

   While some pro-lifers are busy telling Wisconsinites that a Personhood Amendment is bad for Wisconsin, the truth is such an amendment is good for the preborn.  Those who say a personhood amendment is bad for Wisconsin assert that such an amendment to our State Constitution would nullify Wisconsin’s anti-abortion statute presently on the books.

   Such an assertion is a lie. Not only does common sense repudiate such a notion - that an amendment declaring the preborn to be persons nullifies a statute outlawing their killing - but the Wisconsin Supreme Court has already ruled in Wisconsin v. Cole  [2003] that a state constitutional amendment does not necessarily nullify existing state statute.

   The truth is the Personhood Amendment is good because it declares the preborn to be “persons” which is a term which grants them legal status.  This is why the U.S. Supreme Court in its’ Roe v. Wade decision refused to consider the question of the preborn’s “personhood” because they wanted the preborn to NOT have legal status so they could make them open game to the abortionists who kill for profit.

   The Justices stated plainly in their Roe v. Wade decision, “[Texas] argues that the fetus is a ‘person’ within the language and meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment...If this suggestion of personhood is established, the appellant’s case (or Roe&rsq ...

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