The entire Constitution has two core principles (and these principles are why the left-wing of America hate it while the right-wing love it):
- Freedom matters more than harmony and safety.
- Survival of the fittest is an absolute, survival of the elected officials is prone to more corruption than survival of the fittest among the electorate.
Both of these things would lead one to be a brutally pro-choice individual.
Let's explore why I conclude this.
The first amendment fundamentally is about the ability to say brutally harsh things no mater who gets offended, even to the point of suicide. It is on a surface level simply about religious expression but even then is about the very same thing as my 'principle 1'.
The second amendment is about enabling the people to have the capacity to kill one another (Since 1982, 74 Percent Of [American] Mass Shooters Obtained Their Guns Legally
by Nov 2018). It firstly risks the mass shootings but secondly an argument domestically can end in a dead body much easier when all have guns but the Constitution clearly says it's worth it if the people can fight their government.
The third amendment is about making the people feel as free as their military figures and as entitled to housing and control over areas as their military personnel.
The fourth amendment entitles many dangerous types; such as your local pedophile, gang leader or terrorist, to be entitled to privacy and is the primary thing that Obama's NSA violated as accused by Snowden.
The fifth amendment, much like the fourth, will severely protect a severely dangerous criminal from getting caught and is portrayed as worth that payoff in exchange for the benefit of a relatively free populace of America.
Should I keep going? The entire ethos of the constitution is about brutal freedom even if it ends up with brutal consequences.