Scott Ott is on a roll. Given that the Constitution has enshrined boldly in its emanations and penumbras a right to privacy for one's medical decisions, then why should anyone demand details of a woman's medical procedures?
Mrs. Bush, under increasing pressure from reporters to explain why she didn’t hold a news conference to announce her impending medical procedure, said, “The Constitution, as interpreted in Roe v. Wade, guarantees a woman’s right to privacy regarding her own health.”
“It’s my body,” she added, “and I have the legal right to do with it as I please without notifying any authority.”
It's always fun to see the other side's arguments used against them, in a humorous way.