January 22, 2014

“Planned Parenthood: ‘Health Care Inequality Undeniably Linked to…Racism'”

Whereas Planned Parenthood itself — a Margaret Sanger joint, itself responsible for incredibly high rates of abortions among African American women — well, you know:  it’s a liberal thing, so it can’t possibly be racist.  Just like Bull Connor was an evil conservative; Fulbright and Gore Sr were carrying the Republican flag when they fought the Civil Rights Act; Klan Kleagle Dem Senator Robert Byrd didn’t just hate just black niggers, but white niggers as well, as he made helpfully clear during a national interview; Fred Phelps is a big fan of the Tea Party; and our first half black President has done so much to help the black community that it is now thriving as never before.

In the land of unicorns and building false narratives out of whole cloth, Democrats are goodly kings and the champions of all those in need.   Who they would absolutely despise if they couldn’t count on their votes.  Master expects a bit of gratitude, you see.  There.  Now that’s a good boy.

Posted by Jeff G. @ 10:10am
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  1. Well, yeah. The easiest place in the world to get an abortion is in the ghetto. Try getting one in North Dakota. White people just can’t get a fair “health care” shake from the kind and loving folks at Planned Parenthood. Because of the racism.

  2. Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards (Ann Richards’ daughter):

    “We honor Dr. King’s memory by continuing to provide services that allow people of all ages*, races, and walks of life to reach their fullest potential – this is our part in ensuring a greater equality for all.”

    *Except babies, of course.

  3. “A majority, perhaps as many as 75 percent, of abortion clinics are in areas with high minority populations. Abortion apologists will say this is because they want to serve the poor. You don’t serve the poor, however, by taking their money to terminate their children.”

    Alveda King

  4. I have a headache. I blame racism.

    Plus, I had to drive to work through ground blizzard conditions. (Yes, a ground blizzard is a thing. That’s where there’s no snow falling, but the stuff that was on the ground is blowing around cuz the wind is partying like it’s 1999.) Surely there’s a way I can blame that on racism, too?

  5. The snow (floating around free) is white, and the road you are oppressing (by weighing it down in your car) is black. See?

    Easy when you have a dog whistle…

  6. What Pablo said.

    Non-Hispanic white women had the lowest abortion rates (8.6 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years) and ratios (141 abortions per 1,000 live births), whereas non-Hispanic black women had the highest abortion rates (31.8 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years) and ratios (483 abortions per 1,000 live births).

    From the raaacists at the CDC.

  7. Planned Parenthood is a genocidal hate group.

  8. Health Care Inequality Undeniably Linked to…Racism

    Racism: is there anything that it can’t do?

  9. - Laying the groud work for insurer bailouts.

    “Are they going to be double-digit [increases] or are we going to get beat up because they’re double-digit or are we just going to have to pull out of the program?” Bertolini asked in a “Squawk Box” interview from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “Those questions can’t be answered until we see the population we have today. And we really don’t have a good view on that.”

    – Who could have possibly seen this coming?

  10. - With 20% of American households now on food stamps the need for healthy youth to signup is probably even greater than the 40% requirement for OCare to survive thats being touted by the media.

  11. Whereas Planned Parenthood itself — a Margaret Sanger joint,

    It’s hard to understand how so many people can be so thin skinned and be ready to cry “racism!” at the slightest provocation, but can’t find any issue with being the object of an almost century long genocide.

    Of all times NOT to be hypersensitive… sheesh.

  12. Planned Parenthood is a lot like PETA, you only kill the one you love.

  13. I read somewhere that since RvW there have been 55 million abortions in the US. We have 317 million people in the US now. We would have had (obviously barring some stillbirths and young “before 40″ deaths) 372 million.

    15% of us have been aborted.

  14. 15% of us have been aborted.

    Think how young kids feel when they ponder on that, palaeo. What if Mom and Dad had decided that said kid was inconvenient instead of bringing them into the world? I have some (former) friends who are totally cool with abortion as a means of birth control.

    It’s really no surprise that the country is so divided.

  15. By the way I exaggerate slightly when I say “us” as I was born in 1971. I am from the last two years of the ‘safe’ period.

  16. Scary thought, isn’t it?

  17. leigh says January 22, 2014 at 1:31 pm – It’s really no surprise that the country is so divided.

    I had a former coworker flat-out say that she and her husband had discussed whether to keep their pregnancy in the context of a conversation about whether my wife and I wanted kids.

    It had been a pleasant conversation until she told me to my face she had considered destroying the helpless baby she had been doting on 3 minutes before.

    H. P. Lovecraft didn’t know squat about the horror of meeting real monstrous uncaring entities.

  18. but what if you could only save 3 fluffy bunnies or 20 scaly snakes.

    I am waiting for an answer. . .

    herpetphobe!

  19. H. P. Lovecraft didn’t know squat about the horror of meeting real monstrous uncaring entities.

    Yeah. They’re not tentacle-faced monstrosities; they look just like us.

  20. 15% of us have been aborted.

    Including the gal who would have cured cancer, the guy who would have figured out how to make cellulosic ethanol viable, the guy who would have built a better solar cell, etc.

    For all we know.

  21. H. P. Lovecraft didn’t know squat about the horror of meeting real monstrous uncaring entities.

    I’m old enough or old-fashioned enough to remember a few girls in high school “getting in trouble” and dropping out of school. Then I took a work ed job as a candy striper at one of the local hospitals.

    On my first day, one of the charge nurses was walking me around explaining my duties and which wards were which and lo and behold, we come across a roomful of my classmates who were in the Recovery Room. Nurse whispers (loudly) to me “All these girls have had abortions.”

    I don’t think I’ll forget the terror in their eyes when they recognized me from school. I assured them that I would say nothing about it and I never did. I did, however, find a different work assignment after that.

  22. don’t forget Obama’s son he does not have

    we are the 15 percent

  23. what if you could only save 3 fluffy bunnies or 20 scaly snakes

    Snakes, definitely.

    Bunnies eat foliage; snakes eat slugs.

    No-brainer.

  24. I agree. Also, bunnies are tasty.

  25. I want to know what kind of snakes. Small ones? Poisonous ones? Are the snakes voting democrat?

  26. Lagomorphaphobes!

  27. Snakes so low they once shot a man for snoring.

  28. Snakes so poor they didn’t have a pit to hiss in.

  29. I am offended because I am distantly related to John Wesley Hardin and there are many fine Hardins still living in Erick, Okalahoma who do NOT shoot other people for snoring too loud. They just nudge them with a foot. Even rooting for the wrong football team will only get you a few slaps around the head. They are tolerant people.

  30. My mother is from Oklahoma, a town that does not exist anymore. I believe it is under “Lake” Texoma.

  31. I’m tired of these go*d*mn*d snake analogies on a g*dd*mn*d blog!

  32. IIRC, Hannah Arendt noted the banality of evil, and how normal it looked from the outside. Not to mention the recurring neighbor on television noting that the latest recently revealed monster had always been a nice person, just like you and me.

  33. bgbear, there is a town and a cemetery under the lake we live on.

  34. We have 317 million people in the US now. We would have had (obviously barring some stillbirths and young “before 40? deaths) 372 million.

    It’s worse than that, as some reasonably large percentage of those aborted * would have reproduced as well. Maybe tack on another 20 million or so, using tried-and-true “Wild-Assed Guess” technology. Works for the AGW crowd.


    * Maybe. Don’t know what the “abortions per year” graph looks like. If it’s relatively stable or linearly increasing, then yes. If it’s geometrically increasing (abortion hockey stick!) and the majority of those 55m were done in the last 15 years, then not so much.

  35. Hell, the 40-year-olds that weren’t could even be grandparents by this point.

  36. “It’s worse than that, as some reasonably large percentage of those aborted * would have “It’s worse than that, as some reasonably large percentage of those aborted * would have reproduced as well. ”

    Yes, that’s true.

  37. Uh oh, looks like Sarah Silver agrees with Helloxjbsbajytq – she’s made a fake public service announcement where “Jesus” says fertilized eggs are not people: http://preview.tinyurl.com/pxv7pnt

    Because it’s not enough to just disagree, they have to sink to religious bigotry. Lovely people.

  38. erg – Sarah Silverman

  39. > Lovely people.<

    proggslam

  40. perhaps as many as 75 percent, of abortion clinics are in areas with high minority populations.

    Given enough time; there won’t be enough of them left, for the left to care to exploit them.
    Danger Suess

  41. The best part about the protesters’ flyer:

    Anthony Levandowski has never worked in a pit mine nor will his children. People like him are exempt from this type of degrading and exploitative labor. Instead, he can casually stare at his screens…

    Unlike the set upon denizens of Berkeley who – what, wait a tic…

  42. Strange that despite having nothing political in common with these protesters, I too see the self-driving car, and even just the totally location tracked car as being a very bad thing. The end of the car as we know it will be the end of any moving around in the country without knowledge or consent from the government.

    I’ll never get how people can hate and fear Google more than a government that can coerce and command them from cradle to grave.

  43. using tried-and-true “Wild-Assed Guess”

    Where I work, it’s a SCIENTIFIC wild-assed guess or SWAG.

    We’re important that way.

  44. I’ll never get how people can hate and fear Google more than a government that can coerce and command them from cradle to grave.

    Google doesn’t stage elections.

    And yes, that verb is the one I want.

  45. The end of the car as we know it will be the end of any moving around in the country without knowledge or consent from the government.

    With a bit of luck and a lot of hard work, we’ll have dismantled the surveillance state before we’ve mantled the automatic highways.

  46. I will keep my elderly vehicles, thank you. I’m a total rebel and still use maps.

  47. Who wants a self-driving car? I love road trips and exploring. Cars and the open road are as American as apple pie and baseball.
    No thanks, Google.

  48. Every once in a while, I like the idea of a car I could switch to automatic for a nap. I don’t see that small benefit outweighing the giant risks, though.

    I can picture a scenario where a case of mistaken identity or an incorrect ID number typed into an control program, and you may find yourself driven by your car to the police station, instead of to work.

  49. Bill Whittle once described that freedom as (working from memory, so forgive any minor changes) “the freedom to drive halfway across the continent on a week’s salary. Part time.”

  50. Libby, I’m still waiting for the robot maid. Forget the self-driving cars.

    These developers have their priorities wrong.

  51. Uh oh, looks like Sarah Silver agrees with Helloxjbsbajytq – she’s made a fake public service announcement where “Jesus” says fertilized eggs are not people: http://preview.tinyurl.com/pxv7pnt

    If you want to know what Jesus thinks, surely your go-to gal is an athiest Jew.

  52. 15% of us have been aborted.

    0% of me has been aborted, as far as you know.

  53. “If you want to know what Jesus thinks, surely your go-to gal is an atheist Jew.”

    Yep, and if you want to know about racial equality, your go-to gal is Margaret Sanger!

  54. Jeremiah 1:4-5

    The word of the Lord came to me, saying,

    “Before I formed you in the womb I knew[a] you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”

    Psalm 139:13

    ” For you formed my inmost being. You knit me together in my mother’s womb. ”

    —————————

    Luke 12:6-7

    Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God? But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not: ye are of more value than many sparrows.

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