Oh cut the crap. The Tenth Amendment doesn't give the states the freedom to deny individual rights guaranteed under the Constitution.
Abortion isn't an individual right guaranteed under the Constitution. If it were, you would have produced it already. Yet after three years of asking for it, you come up empty again and again and again. Yet here you are once again stating a claim that you know to be false.
Your gun right under the Constitution is worthless if the legislature of your state decides to take it away.
The primary difference here is that the Constitution specifically mentions the right to keep and bear arms. Not so when it comes to the right to kill the unborn.
Similarly, Alabama cannot collectively deny a woman's right to self-determination.
When my right to self-determination infringes on your right to live, you bet your sweet liberal ass that Alabama has the right to deny my right to kill you. (See: Amendment X)
The whole point of protecting individual rights under the Constitution is to prevent the tyranny of the majority.
Absolutely. It has been my point from Day One. "Within the confines of the Constitution" - these have been my exact words. It means that Alabama cannot legalize slavery because it violates the Constitution, specifically Amendment XIII. It means that Alabama cannot force people to quarter national guard troops without compensation because it violates the Constitution, specifically Amendment III. It means that Alabama cannot deny anyone in a civil trial the right to trial by jury, specifically Amendment VII. And as soon as you cite which Amendment protects a woman's right to an abortion, I will recognize that said right cannot be denied. But until then, I will revert to Amendment X, which basically covers everything that is not listed since it directly cites the Constitution as the basis of law.
You're the one who prefers tyranny - according to your warped view of the Constitution, a majority of Alabamans can "come together" to decide to take away a disfavored individual's right to free speech, or free assembly, or the right to own a gun for personal protection, or (especially and in the here and now) a woman's right to privacy and sovereignty over her own body.
The States are not restricted from regulating free speech and free assembly - at least that's what the Constitution says. As for gun rights, that is specifically stated in Amendment II. But when it comes to abortion rights, there is no such right listed, nor can the basis for said right be drawn from any wording within the Constitution. But then you knew that already. Yet here you are again stating something you know not to be true.
Sovereignty over a woman's body? No one is disputing that. And it her free exercise of sovereignty over her body that makes it possible for a new singular life to be created. Again, no one here is trying to deny her that right. No one. But the people of Georgia have decided through their legislature that this new singular life is to be protected by law as is their right under the Constitution, specifically enumerated in Amendment X. And it is your desire to deny them that right.
And for the record, amending the Georgia State Constitution is not a difficult task. At any time, you can drive your life-devaluing self down to Georgia and organize for a referendum to be placed on a State-wide ballot to overturn the heartbeat bill and make abortion available at taxpayer expense up until the age of 10, and then let every Georgian vote on it. But you won't, because you would rather take the lazy tyrannical approach and let some black-robed fiatist impose your will on the rest of us.