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COMMENTARY: 1992’s ‘Planned Parenthood v. Casey’ was anything but reprehensible to a senator from Delaware.
By Paul Kengor, EWTN News, October 26, 2020
The date: June 29, 1992.
The place: the Amtrak station in Wilmington, Delaware.
Two men spot one another. They wave; they smile; they run; they dash into one another’s arms. They can’t stop hugging. They are jubilant, ecstatic — literally moved to tears. Why? Because Roe v. Wade was just saved. And they played a crucial role.
The two men are both U.S. senators: Joe Biden of Delaware and Warren Rudman of New Hampshire.
“At first, I didn’t see Joe; then I spotted him waving at me from far down the platform,” recorded Rudman wistfully in his memoir, Combat: Twelve Years in the U.S. Senate. “Joe had agonized over his vote for David, and I knew how thrilled he must be. We started running through the crowd toward each other, and when we met, we embraced, laughing and crying.” …