Justice Anthony Kennedy clearly relishes his new role as the “swing vote” on the post-O’Connor Supreme Court.

But on Wednesday, Kennedy redefined that term to his liking: not as the swing of a swinging gate, blowing in the breeze, but as someone who can swing — lead and persuade — the Court in a new direction. In so doing he has introduced wrenching and controversial new language into the abortion debate.

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