Writes Jim Fedako:
FYI. Roe v. Wade was decided 7–2 by a court that was 6–3, Republican appointees v. Democrat appointees. One of the dissents was a Democrat. That means 5 of the 6 Republican agreed with the decision. This alone exposes the canard that is now the talking point: the next president decides the court. While the statement is prima facie true, its implication, that only Democratic appointees are evil, is false. From Roe v. Wade (a small, but high-profile sample), we see that only 67% of the Democrats are evil (with regard to the sanctity of life), while 84% of the Republicans are. Another reason that voting is useless.
And of course, there is the "conservative" John Roberts appointed by Bush who upheld Obamacare.