Roe vs. Wade; the Argument from Silence Fallacy

Is a first year Logics course a requirement for Supreme Court Justices?

Or is all that is required a devious mind and a poltical appointment? I think the main requirements for the Justices who sat on the bench for the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision, were track shoes and a pole vault, so they could all the more easily make one leap of logic after another, one non-sequitur after another and one logical fallacy after another, in route to the worst Supreme Court Decision since the Dred Scott in 1857 , that upheld more..

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Comment by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 15, 2011 at 2:50pm
I think we have gotten used to it.
Comment by Tony J. Bowe on August 13, 2011 at 12:35pm
Great article. The evolutionary roots to eugenics and the abortion issue is undeniable. More-so, you are correct and maintaining that it is not just another "side issue". Life is to be valued - all men are created in the image of God. Why do we continue to ignore this "legalized murder" and deem it unimportant?

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