Nowhere in this incessant talk by Judge Kavanaugh about "precedent" is any mention of the actual results of the "precedent" in question, which is the violent dismemberment deaths of more than sixty million innocent, helpless, defenseless baby boys and girls. The Constitution says nothing about judicial precedent. But it does have something to say about JUSTICE. It says that the Constitution exists to establish it.
God is a God of justice. Our Constitution's stated purpose is to establish justice. Judges and Senators swear a solemn, sacred oath to God to establish justice. So, Americans should take great offense at the fact that neither supreme court nominees nor U.S. Senators can rouse themselves to speak even a word on behalf of justice for the millions of innocents that continue to be slaughtered by the abortionists and pharmacists.
"Destruction of the embryo in the mother's womb is a violation of the right to live which God has bestowed upon this nascent life. ... The simple fact is that God ... intended to create a human being and that this nascent human being has been deliberately deprived of his life. And that is nothing but murder."
-- Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Ethics
There is no right to kill babies. The very idea that there ever could be is insane. The innocent child's supreme God-given right, the right to live, is paramount, and intrinsic. To deny this is to deny the very basis for your own rights. It's the worst sort of national suicidal nihilism.
All innocent persons, no matter their stage of life, or their state of dependency, or their physical capacities, are due equal protection under the law.