Hillary Clinton Obliterates Republicans With A Truth Bomb Comparing Them To Terrorists

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Republicans would really appreciate it if 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton would refrain from the truth, especially as it pertains to their backward policies on women.



Former Secretary Clinton laid it on the line today at a rally in Ohio when she likened Republican’s policies on women to those of terrorists’ treatment of women.

“Now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. We expect that from people who don’t want to live in the modern world,” Clinton said. “But it’s a little hard to take coming from Republicans who want to be the president of the United States.”

Copy that, Madame Secretary.

Unlike Republicans’ vague and conspiratorial complaints, Sec. Clinton got specific. She attacked former Florida Governor Jeb Bush for wanting to defund Planned Parenthood, she called out Florida Senator Marco Rubio for being against abortion even in cases of rape or incest, and then she moved on to slay even “moderate” appearing Ohio Governor John Kasich for banning state funding to rape crisis centers in Ohio.

Republicans were super upset. So upset that they fell back on their Planned Parenthood canard, even though what they are accusing Planned Parenthood of is legal, and the videos they have been breathlessly hawking were found to be – surprise! – edited and legally unreliable as evidence, and found unworthy of journalists attention.

2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush couldn’t argue the facts, so he jumped on the Planned Parenthood Fox News bus, tweeting:

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, whose state seems to loathe him right now, tweeted, “.@HillaryClinton, the only thing extreme is taking a position that doesn’t protect these lives. #ProLife”

Of course, Walker can’t really make that argument in a debate setting where facts matter, because he has signed into law legislation that doesn’t allow for an abortion even when the mother’s life is at risk. So, kinda not pro-life when you’re passing laws that will kill women.

There was a lot more Republican poutrage and congratulations to Jeb Bush for telling Clinton off.

But no one could deny the truth behind the Democratic candidate’s words. Republican policies mimic those of the terrorists they demonize, and for the same allegedly religious reasons.

There are plenty of American Christians who are pro-choice, who don’t support forcing women to bear children when they’ve been raped, or forcing them to die in order to save a fetus. The problem for Republicans is that Hillary Clinton was dead on right about their policies. And all they can do in response is demonize Planned Parenthood, where millions of American women get cancer screening and health check-ups and, of course, get access to the single best way to reduce abortions — birth control.

81 Replies to “Hillary Clinton Obliterates Republicans With A Truth Bomb Comparing Them To Terrorists”

  1. The GOP treatment of many American Citizens is similar to the Feudalism practice during the Middle Ages. The GOP would love to go back to that type of system. Thus they support many policies that are working to push America to it.

  2. I don’t see why the GOP hate ISIS. Both think rape is ok. I don’t understand why they don’t support ISIS, the Taliban, Al Queada. Neither of them has read the Morane/Scriptures and have not a clue as to what is in those books, all hate females, want them barefoot, pregnant, and uneducated. All are full of hate and use fear to recruit simpleton’s, and all are back backwards, partying like it’s 1,000 000 B.C.

  3. More of this please Hillary. The truth to Republicans is like sunlight to a vampire. And I hope the PP faux-scandal royally bites them in the ass.

  4. Finally, someone is describing these backwards thinking asshats as they are. The truth hurts and they need more of it. First President Obama iscalling out the Koch brothers for what they are and now Secretary Clinton is telling the Republican field what they are.

  5. Love this article! Hillary nails the sad sack GOPers on Womens rights! Now, thats what I’m talkin’ ’bout.

  6. Ray, the GOPers said they wanted to take back the Country… to the 15th Century!?

    Women beware, touch GOPers at your own risk.

  7. The one fundamental all fundamentalists agree on is keeping women down. “Fundament”, incidentally, is an old euphemism for “anus”.

  8. …competition Maxie…remove Christianity and the Muslim faith… and they really do look like rats from the same litter…{{{Was gonna use puppies but I just COULD N’T!!!}}}

  9. Not a single republican policy can be construed as ‘pro-life’. They are only ‘anti-abortion’ and that’s a point that should be hammered home daily.
    Their cutting funding for food stamps, cutting education, anti-minimum wage, cutting veteran’s benefits, anti-housing subsidies, anti-jobs programs, anti-universal health care, etc is NOT a pro-life platform. The only ‘lives’ they care about are unborn fetuses and the well-being of ‘people’ called corporations. Can’t afford those kids we forced you to have? TOO BAD. Can’t find a job or afford health care? NOT OUR PROBLEM. Jesus would be so proud, I’m sure.

  10. She tells it like it is and that is one of the reasons some of them just want her to go away asap.

    And the scary part is – she didn’t exaggerate! They are Neanderthals.

    She was attacked in Arkansas, then in the WH, then in the Senate, then in her first run for POTUS, then at State, and now in her second run. In between though they always end up speaking praises about her and showing her nothing but respect. When it comes time for politics – she is enemy #1, everytime.

    She is all over FOX I bet! Love my girl.

  11. oh, I just read the RNC wants an apology.

    As soon as they admit everything they have said and done for decades is wrong, she may apologize to them. But first they have to beg for forgiveness. On their knees.

  12. And that is why you need pacs to counter the superfund money thrown at Bush for the general by a few billionaires.

    Hillary’s three pacs get donations from good guys who want to defeat the GOP.

    I know I would personally drive her down wall street and hold the donation can out the window – since it will pay for ads like this all over the country for the next 15 months.

  13. They really aren’t pro-life. What they are is pro-birth. They don’t give a damn what happens to that child past the point of his/her first birth.

  14. That has not been my experience at all. I volunteered at a crisis pregnancy center for many years, participate in collecting diapers and maternity clothing, and give financially, as do nearly all my friends, who probably vote 90% (gasp) republican.

  15. BAD. Can’t find a job or afford health care? NOT OUR PROBLEM. Jesus would be so proud, I’m sure.

    Well, since food stamp spending is at an all-time high, would cutting it a bit, be SO terrible? The education “elephant in the room” is that a large part of spending goes to “retirees”, and so the schools keep asking for more money, from the rest of us who are trying to put some away in 401K’s. I know of no Republican who wants to cut veteran’s benefits.
    I am against ‘crony capitalism’, but we’ve sure seen a lot of it these last 6 years. I care about the unborn because they are the weakest, most vulnerable among us.
    Can’t afford those kids? Should’a killed them? Is that what you’re saying?
    I couldn’t find a job, so I started cleaning houses. I can’t afford good health insurance, but I don’t expect someone else to pay for it. So I have a $12000 deductible, woohoo! Jesus tells us, not the government to love our neighbor. If each of us look for someone to help…

  16. Queen Hillary and the truth are two mutually exclusive entities. Recent ABC News Poll: ‘Liar’ Most Frequently Associated Word With Hillary Clinton.

  17. That doesn’t surprise me. He’s not much better at his job than his predecessor the car thief and arsonist.

  18. I read both of those articles and neither expose Secretary Clinton as a liar. The one article says the State Dept. was involved in TPP. It doesn’t say Secretary Clinton was. In the other letter, the fact that she used a plural instead of just saying Secretary Powell? Come on, that’s being plain petty. You’re using right leaning writers’ articles which don’t even justify the word liar to call Secretary Clinton a liar. The articles attempt to make her out as telling falsehoods and they came up short as far as I’m concerned.

  19. A woman’s right to privacy and and to make her own decision regarding an abortion is legal. It is not an easy choice, in consultation with her doctor, loved ones and spiritual counselor, if she chooses the decision is made. Whether due to the pregnant woman’s health, the horror of rape or travesty of incest these matters have no place in a statehouse or Congress. Over the last several years the GOP have used not only abortion but, under the banner of “pro-life”, placed restrictions on: availability of contraception, on the legal RU486 closing, availability of women’s healthcare center. They’ve restricted the information that women can receive and worst of all in a couple states women are being jailed or imprisoned if they have a miscarriage and it is believed to have been caused on purpose!I respect women who would never choose abortion. Just don’t infringe upon someone who might. These are matters of conscience. No one else, whatever their religion should meddle.

  20. lets talk about her being a republican voting for both wars selling weapons working for monsanto real issue bernie in 2016

  21. Bernie Sanders Voting Record Antithetical To His Purported Anti-War Stance

    In spite of claims of being antiwar, his “hawkish” support of Clinton’s military actions in the 1999 Kosovo War caused one of his advisers to quit. When antiwar activists occupied Sanders’ office in 1999 because of that support of Clinton’s war policies, he had them arrested.

  22. …from your friendly neighborhood Sailor…
    Polite way to tell someone to “F”k themselves: “Why don’t you go enjoy an auto-erotic interlude.”
    To tell someone to take a flying “F”k at a rolling doughnut: “Would you now attempt aeronautical intercourse with a revolving pastry?”
    …more available!!!

  23. That is mild, she’s had way worse:

    “Hillary Clinton needs to be convicted. She needs to be tried, convicted and shot in the vagina,” Pete Santilli said. “I want to pull the trigger.”

  24. If I may ask the questions? Why is it that our left leaning leaders cannot mention “war” or “terrorist” in relation to Islamists and ISIS, but have no problem using those terms in referene to their fellow Americans? And the second is – How is it that they can use those terms of “war” causing death, when they are defending the greatest genocides of all time on innocents that should be “as safe as in their mama’s womb?”

  25. You are one stupid ignorant person to even make a statement like that. Go back in your basement little scared boy and since your intellect is less than a 3 year old I wont hold it against you when you turn on fox since that’s the only thing your brain seems to process

  26. Gotta love Hillary when she gets fired up,
    and to those supporting Republicans,unless you are in the 1% bracket you are a fool.
    All the Republican,s are for cutting Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid,they are all for lowering your wages,raising taxes on working people while lowering taxes on the 1%,they are all for small gov. for big corporation’s,and BIG Gov. for the common person.
    The only working class who vite Republican are the Bigots and Idiots

  27. I think that Douglas Miller’s question is a fair one because I have used that question in another version in talking with Republicans. First of all he made no statements, he only asked questions. Secondly, you didn’t answer them at all. I’m a liberal/Democrat and I have no problems answering a question. Honestly, some of the people on here sound just as nasty and ignorant as some of the conservatives you hate so much. If you truly are firm in your beliefs answering the question shouldn’t be that hard.

    I actually do find it problematic that the current administration is shying away from calling ISIS and crimes related to them terrorists. I feel like conservatives who are pro-war and pro-life need to justify the discrepancy in their views. I’ve easily heard conservatives refer to turning the whole middle East into a glass parking lot and then in the same breath go rabid on abortion. There are lots of innocents in the Middle East as well.

  28. Djc, With all due Respect…

    ISIS adherents are very clear that their motivations are grounded in faith, and their actions are directly tied to religious scripture. Week after week, they publish the specific Koranic justification for their most gruesome acts, whether it is the beheading of apostates and Christians, throwing gay people off of high buildings, stoning to death women accused of adultery, or the enslaving of women and children. One cannot read the article “The Revival of Slavery” in the ISIS magazine Dabiq, with its debate over how Shari’ah law dictates the appropriate punishment of Yazidi women — enslavement as pagans or execution as apostates — and not see its fundamentalist zeal.


  29. It’s sad to see someone of her stature using such uncivil language against Americans opposed to ending unborn human life. I’m pro life, and I don’t want any of my money going towards helping someone murder their baby. Does that make me comparable to people who buy and sell women like livestock? A people who practice female circumcision? Planned Parenthood is an abortion mill that churns out dead baby parts for profit, and Hillary Clinton must be getting desperate to use such a disgusting comparison.

  30. Dumbass no taxpayer money go to fund any abortions. If your idiotic ass would turn off fox for a change read. you can read, the Hyde amendment.

  31. Very rude. I’m surprised they allow you to post. I don’t watch Fox or any other television news station. All the news I get I read. If you can read please look again and see if I ever mentioned taxpayer money. I didn’t, so who’s really the dumbass? Regardless of that issue, you miss the point entirely. Apparently Hillary did too. Comparing someone who doesn’t support abortion to people who throw gay people off roofs, cut Christian’s heads off just because they wont convert to Islam, savagely cut of women’s genitalia, and even burn people alive is either incredibly ignorant or desperate. I think her entire campaign is desperately trying to hang on to a population that increasingly sees Hillary as damaged goods.

  32. Trust if you could do things you say you would join in. I have seen this movie before. You people from Nazi Germany to the Balkans , Rwanda when your so called leaders get you riled up about its us against them you would gladly join the bloodbath because you are the chosen one and you must make right. So save me your crocodile tears because when I hear you denounce the violence of the right then I might believe you.

  33. Robert. Abortion is about CONTROL… CONTROL of Women, has been for Centuries. Hillary Clinton is a Woman and is therefore qualified to discuss the topic.

    And YES, we have had violence in America at Medical Clinics.

  34. Are you insane. Is your hatred of the right so intense that you think they would do what ISIS does if they could? Are you really so dedicated to Hillary that you think the conservative right are all Nazis? Incidentally, you have categorized me just because I’m pro life as being what you hate, and that is an error. You have no clue. I denounce all violence. But all that is smoke and mirrors you use very ineffectively to deflect from the real story here. Hillary Clinton is a desperate has been that needs to use disgusting comparisons like this one to save her failing campaign. Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden would make much better candidates anyway because Hillary is damaged goods. I hope she goes to prison.

  35. I’m pro life, and I don’t want any of my money going towards helping someone murder their baby.
    So unless you have personally paid for an abortion why do you say I don’t want any of my money paying for it?

  36. Actually, Amethyst and I met on another website having a very pleasant discussion on the growing inability of people on different ends of the political spectrum to be civil with one another. I pointed out this site as an example. I asked questions, and all I got from you in return was kindergarten name-calling; ironically including “little scared boy” with the intellect of a three year old. But hey, no hard feelings. Thank you for proving my point

  37. Goes to prison for what? You want to know why I detest people like you? Because in your world view you are nothing more than a white male nationalist who think everybody should bow down to you because of your white mans burden od civilizing the unclean

  38. Was you against the Iraq war? Have you denounce the killing of unarmed Black people? Did you think Zimmerman was right? Are you for the new form of jim crow to prevent people from voting? Do you think the President is an Kenyan? Please spare me your bullshit. I see you

  39. You mean the denial of allowing someone to murder their baby is about the control of women? Sounds like you need to find God soon. Sure there’s a lot of senseless violence in this world, and it will get worse until the second coming. I’m a man and that makes me eminently qualified to discuss the senseless murder of babies. Especially when their parts are sold for profit. I never could understand how callous pro choice people are about the taking of human life. And they call the right Nazis.

  40. You are a dumbass who haven’t even read the bible that you love so much
    And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.
    Gen 2:7

    By the word of the LORD the heavens were made, And by the breath of His mouth all their host.
    Psalms 33:6

    If he should set his heart to it and gather to himself his spirit and his breath, all flesh would perish together, and man would return to dust.
    Job 34: 14-15

    So a fetus is not human because it has not taken a breath yet

  41. djchefron, I’m not white, and I don’t think you can even see yourself. Try to stay on point for a moment and maybe you too can learn to have intelligent conversations with the adults. Till then just sit at the children’s table and try to be quiet. You might learn something that way. Dude, you are one sick human being. A fetus is not human? How do live with yourself. I can’t imagine how you can even look at yourself in the mirror.

  42. djchefron, Obviously you must be the voice of this page since you can reply directly to me but I cannot reply directly to you. That’s fine. You call the Bible and God fairy tales? This is a facet of the left that always intrigued me and at the same time makes perfect sense to me. How else could a people be so morally bankrupt as to view the fetus as not human. How else could you claim the moral high ground and yet advocate selling body parts of the innocent like a Nazi pulling gold teeth from a dead Jews mouth. You sir are one really sick and demented individual. I feel dirty after talking with you. Like I need to wash my hands or something.

  43. How else could a people be so morally bankrupt as to view the fetus as not human.
    Ask god since he wrote the bible

    How else could you claim the moral high ground and yet advocate selling body parts
    Maybe Ben Carson could explain it to you

  44. My son was a preemie at 1lb 8oz who fit in the palm of my hands. He took a breath. The majority of abortions take place in the first 12 weeks. That would be the first trimester to you since you are not a women
    This is when the vast majority of abortions occur
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  45. I would go by what MLK SAID

    Dr Kings words leave no doubt as to where he stood. Its well thought out and cooly objective and calculated in addressing Sangers work

    Family Planning — A Special and Urgent Concern

    by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Recently, the press has been filled with reports of sightings of flying saucers. While we need not give credence to these stories, they allow our imagination to speculate on how visitors from outer space would judge us. I am afraid they would be stupefied at our conduct. They would observe that for death planning we spend billions to create engines and strategies for war. They would also observe that we spend millions to prevent death by disease and other causes. Finally they would observe that we spend paltry sums for population planning, even though its spontaneous growth is an urgent threat to life on our planet. Our visitors from outer space could be forgiven if they reported home that our planet is inhabited by a race of insane men whose future is bleak and uncertain.

    There is no human circumstance more tragic than the persisting existence of a harmful condition for which a remedy is readily available. Family planning, to relate population to world resources, is possible, practical and necessary. Unlike plagues of the dark ages or contemporary diseases we do not yet understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess.
    What is lacking is not sufficient knowledge of the solution but universal consciousness of the gravity of the problem and education of the billions who are its victims.

    It is easier for a Negro to understand a social paradox because he has lived so long with evils that could be eradicated but were perpetuated by indifference or ignorance. The Negro finally had to devise unique methods to deal with his problem, and perhaps the measure of success he is realizing can be an inspiration to others coping with tenacious social problems.

    In our struggle for equality we were confronted with the reality that many millions of people were essentially ignorant of our conditions or refused to face unpleasant truths. The hard-core bigot was merely one of our adversaries. The millions who were blind to our plight had to be compelled to face the social evil their indifference permitted to flourish.

    After centuries of relative silence and enforced acceptance, we adapted a technique of exposing the problem by direct and dramatic methods. We had confidence that when we awakened the nation to the immorality and evil of inequality, there would be an upsurge of conscience followed by remedial action.

    We knew that there were solutions and that the majority of the nation were ready for them. Yet we also knew that the existence of solutions would not automatically operate to alter conditions. We had to organize, not only arguments, but people in the millions for action. Finally we had to be prepared to accept all the consequences involved in dramatizing our grievances in the unique style we had devised.

    There is a striking kinship between our movement and Margaret Sanger’s early efforts. She, like we, saw the horrifying conditions of ghetto life. Like we, she knew that all of society is poisoned by cancerous slums. Like we, she was a direct actionist — a nonviolent resister. She was willing to accept scorn and abuse until the truth she saw was revealed to the millions. At the turn of the century she went into the slums and set up a birth control clinic, and for this deed she went to jail because she was violating an unjust law. Yet the years have justified her actions. She launched a movement which is obeying a higher law to preserve human life under humane conditions. Margaret Sanger had to commit what was then called a crime in order to enrich humanity, and today we honor her courage and vision; for without them there would have been no beginning. Our sure beginning in the struggle for equality by nonviolent direct action may not have been so resolute without the tradition established by Margaret Sanger and people like her. Negroes have no mere academic nor ordinary interest in family planning. They have a special and urgent concern.

    Recently the subject of Negro family life has received extensive attention. Unfortunately, studies have overemphasized the problem of the Negro male ego and almost entirely ignored the most serious element — Negro migration. During the past half century Negroes have migrated on a massive scale, transplanting millions from rural communities to crammed urban ghettoes. In their migration, as with all migrants, they carried with them the folkways of the countryside into an inhospitable city slum. The size of family that may have been appropriate and tolerable on a manually cultivated farm was carried over to the jammed streets of the ghetto. In all respects Negroes were atomized, neglected and discriminated against. Yet, the worst omission was the absence of institutions to acclimate them to their new environment. Margaret Sanger, who offered an important institutional remedy, was unfortunately ignored by social and political leaders in this period. In consequence, Negro folkways in family size persisted. The problem was compounded when unrestrained exploitation and discrimination accented the bewilderment of the newcomer, and high rates of illegitimacy and fragile family relationships resulted.

    For the Negro, therefore, intelligent guides of family planning are a profoundly important ingredient in his quest for security and a decent life. There are mountainous obstacles still separating Negroes from a normal existence. Yet one element in stabilizing his life would be an understanding of and easy access to the means to develop a family related in size to his community environment and to the income potential he can command.
    This is not to suggest that the Negro will solve all his problems through Planned Parenthood. His problems are far more complex, encompassing economic security, education, freedom from discrimination, decent housing and access to culture. Yet if family planning is sensible it can facilitate or at least not be an obstacle to the solution of the many profound problems that plague him.

    The Negro constitutes half the poor of the nation. Like all poor, Negro and white, they have many unwanted children. This is a cruel evil they urgently need to control. There is scarcely anything more tragic in human life than a child who is not wanted. That which should be a blessing becomes a curse for parent and child. There is nothing inherent in the Negro mentality which creates this condition. Their poverty causes it. When Negroes have been able to ascend economically, statistics reveal they plan their families with even greater care than whites. Negroes of higher economic and educational status actually have fewer children than white families in the same circumstances.
    Some commentators point out that with present birth rates it will not be long before Negroes are a majority in many of the major cities of the nation. As a consequence, they can be expected to take political control, and many people are apprehensive at this prospect. Negroes do not seek political control by this means. They seek only what they are entitled to and do not wish for domination purchased at the cost of human misery. Negroes were once bred by slave owners to be sold as merchandise. They do not welcome any solution which involves population breeding as a weapon. They are instinctively sympathetic to all who offer methods that will improve their lives and offer them fair opportunity to develop and advance as all other people in our society.

    For these reasons we are natural allies of those who seek to inject any form of planning in our society that enriches life and guarantees the right to exist in freedom and dignity.
    For these constructive movements we are prepared to give our energies and consistent support; because in the need for family planning, Negro and white have a common bond; and together we can and should unite our strength for the wise preservation, not of races in general, but of the one race we all constitute — the human race.

    About two weeks after the award ceremony, Dr. King wrote the following letter to Cass Canfield, chairman of the Executive Committee of the PPFA — World Population Emergency Campaign:
    Dear Mr. Canfield:
    Words are inadequate for me to say how honored I was to be the recipient of the Margaret Sanger Award. This award will remain among my most cherished possessions. While I cannot claim to be worthy of such a signal honor, I can assure you that I accept it with deep humility and sincere gratitude. Such a wonderful expression of support is of inestimable value for the continuance of my humble efforts.
    Again let me say how much I regret that at the last minute urgent developments in the civil rights movement made it impossible for me to be in Washington to personally receive the award. My wife brought glowing echoes of the wonderful reception and impressiveness of the total occasion.
    I am happy to be the recipient of the Margaret Sanger Award and I can assure you that this distinct honor will cause me to work even harder for a reign of justice and a rule of love all over our nation.
    Sincerely yours,
    Martin Luther King Jr.

  46. I prefer to get it straight from the horse. On the rights of the handicapped and mentally ill, and racial minorities:
    “More children from the fit, less from the unfit — that is the chief aim of birth control.” Birth Control Review, May 1919, p. 12

  47. A collective of black pastors has written a letter to the National Portrait Gallery asking that the bust of Margaret Sanger, honoring the founder of Planned Parenthood, be removed due to her crimes against humanity in general and black children in particular.
    Here’s an excerpt from the letter (emphasis added):

    Perhaps the Gallery is unaware that Ms. Sanger supported black eugenics, a racist attitude toward black and other minority babies; an elitist attitude toward those she regarded as “the feeble minded;” speaking at rallies of Ku Klux Klan women; and communications with Hitler sympathizers. Also, the notorious “Negro Project” which sought to limit, if not eliminate, black births, was her brainchild. Despite these well-documented facts of history, her bust sits proudly in your gallery as a hero of justice. The obvious incongruity is staggering!
    Perhaps your institution is a victim of propaganda advanced by those who support abortion. Nevertheless, a prestigious…

  48. On the rights of the handicapped and mentally ill, and racial minorities:
    “More children from the fit, less from the unfit — that is the chief aim of birth control.” Birth Control Review, May 1919, p. 12

  49. On the rights of the handicapped and mentally ill, and racial minorities:
    “More children from the fit, less from the unfit — that is the chief aim of birth control.” Birth Control Review, May 1919, p.12

  50. A collective of black pastors has written a letter to the National Portrait Gallery asking that the bust of Margaret Sanger, honoring the founder of Planned Parenthood, be removed due to her crimes against humanity in general and black children in particular.
    Here’s an excerpt from the letter (emphasis added):

    Perhaps the Gallery is unaware that Ms. Sanger supported black eugenics, a racist attitude toward black and other minority babies; an elitist attitude toward those she regarded as “the feeble minded;” speaking at rallies of Ku Klux Klan women; and communications with Hitler sympathizers. Also, the notorious “Negro Project” which sought to limit, if not eliminate, black births, was her brainchild. Despite these well-documented facts of history, her bust sits proudly in your gallery as a hero of justice. The obvious incongruity is staggering!
    Perhaps your institution is a victim of propaganda advanced by those who support abortion. Nevertheless, a prestigious…

  51. What black pastors? Do they have more sway than MLK, Marcus Garvey and W.E.B. DuBois on a “Negro Project,” which she viewed as a way to get safe contraception to African-Americans.

    Oh you say since you are not white what was the Negro project? Negro Project—1939-1942
    Beginning in 1939, DuBois served on the advisory council for Sanger’s “Negro Project,” which was designed to serve African Americans in the rural South. The advisory council called it a “unique experiment in race-building and humanitarian service to a race subjected to discrimination, hardship, and segregation (Chesler 1992).
    In a letter to philanthropist Albert Lasker, from whom she hoped to raise funds for the project, Sanger wrote that she wanted to help
    A group notoriously underprivileged and handicapped to a large measure by a “caste” system that operates as an added weight upon their efforts to get a fair
    share of the better things in life. To give them the means of helping themselves is perhaps the richest gift of all. We believe birth control knowledge brought to this group, is the most direct, constructive aid that can be given them to improve their immediate situation (Sanger, 1939, July).
    Child do not try to debate me on racism and the black experience in America

  52. If the life of the mother is in danger or the fetus is not viable and will live in pain then excuse my French snatch that fuker out

  53. Please stop letting me call you a dumbass. That was the thinking in that era no one today is calling for eugenics. You remind me of the assholes who say well, in 1870 the Democrats were the racists because they supported the KKK. You cannot equate the thinking of today of what was the thinking 100 years ago. That is a bullshit argument.

  54. Laurie Bertram Roberts, Mississippi State Pres. of the National Organization of Women, comments on Margaret Sanger’s racism:

    “First of all, Margaret Sanger did not work on abortion. She worked on birth control. Context is everything. I will never deny that Margaret Sanger was connected to the eugenics movement, what they (abortion opponents) never bothered to say is that eugenicists also wanted to limit the birth rate of poor white people and disabled people. It wasn’t just Black people; it was a whole lot of people they deem to be unfit.”

  55. You can lead a man to knowledge, but you can’t make him think. Stay stupid my friend, it looks good on you.

  56. So your whole argument is not about abortion but to stop people from fuking by denying them safe birth control. The cat is out of the bag, you don’t like sex between 2 consenting people outside what the god said you should do

  57. If you say so but I am not the one who wants to restrict a women’s choice. BTW when was the last time you had to make a choice be it economic or health reasons you has an abortion?

  58. I never said I wanted to restrict a woman’s choice. I never said I want to do anything. You read into my words things that don’t exist. You call me things based on no information at all. You epitomize the low information voter.

  59. Really a game show host? First they do not sell baby parts. Second what Planned Parenthood does is take fetal tissue and pay a fee to transport the tissue. You are one big dumbass who refuse to learn the facts but I guess that makes you a Reich winger. Science is hell bent on consensus. Dr. Michael Crichton said “Let’s be clear: The work of science has nothing to do with consensus… which is the business of politics. Science, on the contrary, requires only one investigator who happens to be right,”

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