Sunday, March 16, 2008

Margaret Sanger's Vision Alive and Well

A pro-life group in Nevada is making waves for catching a fund raiser for Planned Parenthood supporting the original mission of the abortion clinics - to kill black babies. An actor called posing as a donor and said he wanted his donation to go toward killing unborn black children because "the less black kids out there the better." Autumn Kersey, vice president of development and marketing for Planned Parenthood of Idaho responded, "Understandable, understandable. ... Excuse my hesitation, this is the first time I've had a donor call and make this kind of request, so I'm excited and want to make sure I don't leave anything out."

Planned Parenthood has criticized the employee for accepting the donation, but has not fired her. I don't know why they're so upset - this is perfectly in line with the beliefs of Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger. Sanger strongly supported eugenics, a theory widely accepted by elites at the time (not unlike global warming). Her goal was to reduce the number of black children in order to improve the quality of the population of America.

Whether or not you're happy about McCain's nomination, we need the Supreme Court justices he would nominate to overturn Roe v. Wade. We need justices that will uphold the Constitution. The justices that Obama/Hillary would nominate would continue the position of many of the court that the Constitution is meant to change with the times (i.e., it says whatever they want it to say).


Katie Dorn said...

Why is it that when someone refers to Obama, he is usually called Obama or Senator Obama, but when Hillary Clinton is referenced, she is usually called Hillary. Less formal, as if not taken as seriously. Similary, Condoleezza Rice is often refered to as Coldoleezza or Condi, insetad of Dr Rice, or even Rice. My parents even refer to the govenor of Michigan as Jennifer (said with obvous disgust). Why is it that if a woman is in a position of power, we can't even refer to her with the same respect as her male counterpart?

Jon Vander Plas said...

Interesting comment. You're right, nobody ever called Colin Powell just "Colin." With Hillary it may be in part to differentiate her from her husband. Also, much of it comes from her campaign. Look at the signs and bumper stickers that her campaign puts out. Many them only say Hillary - no Clinton.

Rudi said...

Here's my observation:

President Bush is almost always referred to as "Bush," while anywhere Hillary's husband goes, he's referred to as "Former President Clinton," or even frequently, "President Clinton."

This is done everywhere- lack of respect for the current man in office with undue respect given to the former man in office.