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Some Happy Abortion News...for KKK Members

Katherin McCann of Ohio Right to Life wrote a very disturbing op-ed that should delight racists everywhere.

In 2012, 9,694 African-American babies in Ohio were aborted. Though African-American women make up less than 8 percent of our state’s population, 42 percent of abortions were performed on them.

The article indicated that between 2007 and 2011, there were 819 sleep-related deaths among infants — “enough to fill seven kindergarten classrooms each of those years.”

For a comparison, in 2012 alone, 387 kindergarten classrooms of African-American students were aborted. This truly is a crisis.

As one of the articles pointed out, “Race remains a difficult topic in America.” But I have to agree with Sarah Biehl, policy director for the Children’s Defense Fund-Ohio, who said, “The more we have these conversations — these really uncomfortable conversations — the better.”
Hey, remember hen Supreme Court Justice Ruth Vader Ginsburg said “Frankly I had thought that at the time [Roe v. Wade] was decided there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

*subhead*Horror.*subhead*

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33 comments:

Patrick Archbold said...

Maybe Cecile Richards should drop the title of "President" of Planned Parenthood and adopt "Grand Wizard".

Patrick Archbold said...

Translation: SUCCESS!
The eugenicists have succeeded in their goals. More or less they succeeded by mainstreaming their activities and slandering anyone who speaks out aginst it. Or...politics as most call it.

Patrick Archbold said...

Actually high priestess would probably be more fitting.

Patrick Archbold said...

I do not believe Ginsburg was in office in 1973. It was a Republican conservative majority SCOTUS that gave us Roe v. Wade. Please give me the source of your Ginsburg quote.

Patrick Archbold said...

This is exactly what Margaret Sanger set out to do.

Patrick Archbold said...

It doesn't say Ginsburg was in office in 1973. She just commented on a case from 1973.

Patrick Archbold said...

Source of the Ginsburg quote please. I believe your quote is bogus.

Patrick Archbold said...

Margaret Sanger set out to provide information about family planning and birth control devices to women. Sanger was opposed to abortion. Sanger succeeded and her efforts have been so needed and successful that 98% of Catholic women use contraception.

Patrick Archbold said...

Works for me. Richards is a remarkable woman doing good work. Call her anything you like.

Patrick Archbold said...

Huh... you are openly for the elimination or the "inferior races"? I didn't realize we were back to the 1930's already... Will we call her fuhrer soon?

Patrick Archbold said...

Women making their own personal reproductive decisions does not amount to elimination of a race.

Patrick Archbold said...

Drama Queen. Not one of you forced birther zealots is sane or conservative. Not one.

Patrick Archbold said...

Forced birther? Zealots? You do understand that you are calling me a zealot and insane because I don't agree with a movement who's result even if you claim that is not it's goal is elimination of certain ethnic groups. Now you sound even more like a nazi.

Patrick Archbold said...

ohhh so we can pretend that it isn't actually happening then can't we?

Patrick Archbold said...

You are crazy. Go away now.

Patrick Archbold said...

The states stopped doing mandatory eugenic sterilizations in the 1960s. Drama Queen.

Patrick Archbold said...

You said that. Jennifer did not say that. Can you post without lyilng? I do not think so.

Patrick Archbold said...

LOL Mz. Plum you are are perfect student of PC pack bullies. You go to a website that you disagree with in every way possible and demand that people who don't agree with your (masters?) views leave.

Patrick Archbold said...

Well, if you will not go away. i will go away. Our conversation is over. ::: walks quickly away from the crazy person :::

Patrick Archbold said...

Hey, Jennifer. Good to see you here.

Patrick Archbold said...

Godwin's law (or Godwin's Rule of Nazi Analogies)[1][2] is an Internet adage asserting that "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1" [2][3]—​ that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or later someone will compare someone or something to Hitleror Nazism.

Promulgated by American attorney and author Mike Godwin in 1990,[2] Godwin's Law originally referred, specifically, to Usenet newsgroup discussions.[4] It is now applied to anythreaded online discussion, such as Internet forums, chat rooms and blog comment threads, as well as to speeches, articles and other rhetoric.[5][6]

In 2012, "Godwin's Law" became an entry in the third edition of the Oxford English Dictionary.[7]

Patrick Archbold said...

Not a reply to this character just a note that this is typical of the PC bullies. They demand that you conform to the pack think and if you do not then they throw names and insults thus proving that they are both intelligent and adult.

Patrick Archbold said...

A lie???? Mz. Plum you either are intentionally not reading what is written or? Just to help your connective disorder I will try to explain, Jennifer says that making "personal reproductive decisions does not amount to the elimination of a race" so I asked if we can pretend it isn't happening because she calls it that. Asking a question can not be a lie by it's very nature so your post is not logical.

Patrick Archbold said...

You fail to miss the main point of this. This is not an analogy of being like nazis. Your (by your defense of) organization is the original and remnant of the nazi movement. Please read up on the history of the eugenics movement and the rest involved.

Patrick Archbold said...

A woman's personal reproductive decision is just that--personal. Unless you can prove that women of color are being kidnapped off the streets and dragged into abortion clinics at gunpoint, it does not amount to racial genocide.

Patrick Archbold said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/12/magazine/12ginsburg-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0



Of course this is a very suspect and ideological source who could very well have fudged the truth I suppose. Mz. Plum will likely not accept them as a source because of this.

Patrick Archbold said...

Net effects of policies and pressures that society exerts on people can amount to the elimination of a race. It may take more generations than direct forced sterilization but the end result is still the same.

Patrick Archbold said...

Source. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/12/magazine/12ginsburg-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

Patrick Archbold said...

So what you're basically saying is that you don't consider minority women to be intelligent enough to make their own reproductive choices. Very condescending.

Patrick Archbold said...

By your definition the opposing the "right" of Native Americans to accept free blankets with smallpox virus from the English would be condescending.

Patrick Archbold said...

The source is a NY Times article 2009/07/12

Patrick Archbold said...

I know more than you about the history of the eugenics movement and those involved. I can tell by what you write about eugenics. The States did not stop doing involuntary eugenic sterilizations until the late 1960s.

Patrick Archbold said...

Again ms plum you spout nonsense. What does the time frame of forced sterilization have to do with what anyone has said?

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