Perhaps similar advice should be directed at government institutions which no longer represent best interest of the very people they have been entrusted to protect and serve.
For the first time in modern history, a group of ill-advised and probably politically-motivated men, chose snuffing out new life, over violating a woman's so-called 'due process rights.' Interpretation of those rights as they pertain to abortion have been so disfigured and diluted to the point that today, women represented by self appointed women's rights activists like Sandra Fluke, consider this murderous act as a responsible, alternate method of birth control.
Charges of political motivation may seem rather extreme to most liberal-thinking Americans, but as Ed Whelan articulates so clearly in a recent National Review column, "They did it for reasons of vanity, perception, power, and cowardice, cast as judicial duty. They did it because they thought more people, or more of the right people, would think better of them if they did what they thought wrong, rather than right."
Angus Jones was introduced to his role in 'Two and a Half Men,' as a child actor and had no idea the role he was playing in that series was nothing more than another tear in America's moral fabric. However, as a maturing adult, he now recognizes the damage so-called Hollywood entertainment is contributing to our nation's moral decay.
Some people recognize mistakes made in the course of their daily lives, and work to rectify those errors. Unfortunately for our Supreme Court justices, they apparently chose 'for reasons of vanity, perception, power, and cowardice' to
spit in the face of our founders and also the people who GAVE THEM the freedom to make a mockery of those words, 'IN GOD WE TRUST!'