Less than 30 minutes after the Supreme Court finally admitted that there is no constitutional right to abortion, President Obama called the ruling a political attack on “the essential freedoms of millions of Americans.” What essential freedoms were under attack? Actually, there was only one—though the former president is loathe to call it by name. I’ll say it for him:
"In returning abortion to the jurisdiction of individual states, each state was given more freedom, not less. And we the people now have opportunity to vote on abortion at the ballot box and with our feet."
First of all, for what does a "state" need freedom? Freedom is something that only individuals can enjoy.
Secondly, the people do NOT now have the opportunity to vote on abortion. I believe that if there were a referendum on abortion in every state, it would be legalized in every state. It is only the extreme right-wing Republican Christian politicians who want to make it illegal.
So you like the idea of "shotgun" weddings? Do you think shotgun weddings make for a happy married couple? You are more crude than you appear.
You said too many things in the article for me to answer them all, but I could write a book.