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NARAL holds Men for Choice event to push abortion rights

Posted in Bro-Choice, Ginsburg, Men For Choice, NARAL with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 25, 2015 by saynsumthn

Nothing seems more unusual for so-called “women’s rights” than a bunch of Brochoice men getting together to promote abortion all while using the name of a radical FEMALE advocate of population control!

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This week’s NARAL Men for Choice event, featured, Rep. Harold Naughton and Ma. State Senator Jamie Eldridge (D-Acton) representing the Middlesex & Worcester District.

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In promoting the event the Massachusetts abortion lobby group incorrectly titled it the Ruth Bader GINsberg which, if spelled correctly would be Ginsburg – but- you can’t expect abortion advocates to get their facts straight- right?

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Maybe they got the spelling off this old tweet their national office sent out in 2014:

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Hey- I completely understand how one could make a mistake in spelling- I do it all the time- but- Ginsburg is the abortion lobby darling- I mean- how could they mess that up?

Oh…look – someone must have caught their mistake – NARAL corrected the spelling:

But not before tweeting it here here here here here and on Facebook here among other times.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an advocate of population control otherwise known as eugenics:

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said , “I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

Recently the good Justice expounded on which populations we don’t want too many of – the poor !

Ruth Ginsburg and Bloomberg 2015 abortion

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Greg Stohr and Matthew Winkler, the radically pro-abortion Justice says that restricting abortion targets the poor – uh – the exact same people she once said abortion was created for.

Is that not ironic?

Ginsburg was asked if American women should be concerned about all the abortion restrictions across the county.

Ginsburg replied, “Women should be concerned because abortion restrictions in practical effect target poor women and poor women only.”

But…I digress…Back to NARAL’s Men for Choice celebration:

NARAL’s Men for Choice event looked pretty boring based on their tweets:

NARAL 2015 Men for choice Harold Naughton

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However, this tweet of an old man sitting on the floor with a little child to advocate abortion was pretty disturbing and read, “Spotted at #MenForChoice 2015: multiple generations of activists. The future of #ReproRights is looking bright.”

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Well…I doubt that. If the future of abortion rights is to beg support from men – I would say it is in deep trouble!

Ginsburg: Abortion restrictions target poor, the populations we don’t want too many of

Posted in Ginsburg with tags , , , , , , on February 13, 2015 by saynsumthn

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said , “I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

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When she made that statement in 2009 people were stunned.

It eventually made it into the powerful documentary on eugenics and the racism of abortion, Maafa21, because her statement proved that abortion was created to get rid of “certain” populations.

And now the good Justice has told us which populations those are – the poor !

Ruth Ginsburg and Bloomberg 2015 abortion

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Greg Stohr and Matthew Winkler, the radically pro-abortion Justice says that restricting abortion targets the poor – uh – the exact same people she once said abortion was created for.

Is that not ironic?

Ginsburg was asked if American women should be concerned about all the abortion restrictions across the county.

Ginsburg replied, “Women should be concerned because abortion restrictions in practical effect target poor women and poor women only.”

Poor women only – why- we don’t want poor women to not be able to get abortions, now do we?

Ginsburg pulled out the illegal abortion days when so-called “rich” women could jump from state to state to continue to obtain abortions.

She also wrongly presumed that abortions are “safe” today yet- women are dying in abortion clinics still. In fact, they are also being raped and maimed- but- then again, from a eugenics point of view, it’s only the poor ones dying from abortion now – so who cares, right?

Planned Parenthood suggests population control advocate for Halloween costume

Posted in Ginsburg, Halloween with tags , , , , , , on October 27, 2014 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood is promoting a Halloween costume by a woman who who wanted to “Get rid of populations we do not want to have too many of.”

NYT Ginsburg Place of Women Court

The quote comes from a 2009 interview Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave to the New York Times with Emily Bazelon and she stated, “…I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

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That statement was so outrageous that it made it into a powerful documentary on eugenics called Maafa21.

Justice Ginsburg’s remarks appear to align her expectations for abortion with those of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, and other prominent members of the 20th century’s eugenics movement. Sanger and her eugenicist peers advocated forced sterilization and the use of contraception, sterilization, and abortion to reduce the numbers of poor, black, immigrant and disabled population.

So…it is no surprise that Planned Parenthood, founded in racist eugenics is suggesting girls dress up like Ruth Bader Ginsburg for Halloween even calling the SCOTUS judge “Princess Ruth” on their Pinterest page:

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Ginsburg, as with so many of her ilk, never stop at limiting the births of the poor or the feeble minded as described by many in the early days of eugenics. They also believe that everyone, except their small circle of elites, should be subject to population control limitations.

As displayed in a more recent interview with the Justice.

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Ginsburg was again asked about abortion by Jessica Weisberg for Elle’s September 23,2014 edition, “Fifty years from now, which decisions in your tenure do you think will be the most significant?”

Ginsburg replied, “Well, I think 50 years from now, people will not be able to understand Hobby Lobby. Oh, and I think on the issue of choice, one of the reasons, to be frank, that there’s not so much pro-choice activity is that young women, including my daughter and my granddaughter, have grown up in a world where they know if they need an abortion, they can get it. Not that either one of them has had one, but it’s comforting to know if they need it, they can get it.

“The impact of all these restrictions is on poor women, because women who have means, if their state doesn’t provide access, another state does. I think that the country will wake up and see that it can never go back to [abortions just] for women who can afford to travel to a neighboring state…”

Weisberg then asked Ginsburg, “When people realize that poor women are being disproportionately affected, that’s when everyone will wake up? That seems very optimistic to me.”

Ginsburg replied, “Yes, I think so…. It makes no sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people.

Promote is the key word here. If this is all about choice why does the government need to “promote” birth control at all?

Ginsburg hit on something that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger once admitted, that birth control must become a national policy to control populations.

Sanger 1965 Population Control

In 1964, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger said she believed that it would take the US Government to accept “Population Control” to convince other nations to do the same.

I just don’t see how we can control the birth rate until we get the government to agree that this is something which should be taken seriously. Other countries feel that if our government is against it, it must be bad. Americans would be much more acceptable when they go abroad to work on the problem if we get our government to approve it- perhaps under some such term as population control,” Sanger stated.

And so they have….to be continued…..

Hideous Feminist Halloween Costumes

Posted in Halloween with tags , , , , , , on October 27, 2014 by saynsumthn

Women in America used to promote themselves as intelligent, hard working, and worthy of respect. But, today, the left-leaning Feminist movement has redefined a feminists as someone who advocates sex and abortion.

This stereo-o-type is evident in the 2014 Feminists Halloween Costume list for girls.

On a pinterest page we have these spectacular suggestions for Feminist Halloween Consumes. Are you ready? They are pretty scary and endorsed by the nation’s top abortion lobbying group NARAL !!!

NARAL Mic Halloween

Dress up like a Nuva Ring- well…okay?

Nuva Ring Halloween

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As if that is not frightening enough- how about an abortion barbie costume?

Wendy Davis Halloween

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Mic.com suggest the feminists costumes: The “Hobby Lobby”, The “Notorious RBG” a/k/a Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and of course the standard “Slutty Vagina”

Identities Mic

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And..if you really want to scare those little goblins – you could wear the Hillary Clinton costume:

Hillary Clinton Halloween

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Hillary appears to be in vogue this year and has been selected by Buzzfeed‘s feminists costume list as well:

Hillary Buzzfeed Halloween

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Not to compete with Vagina – but over at Liberal America Blog we have The Uterus Costume:

Uterus Halloween

The Birth Control Pill:

Birth Control and Egg Halloween

And..of course…the all famous RBG:

RBG Halloween

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Not to be outdone by Planned Parenthood who suggested the Trojan, Pussy Riot, PillLena, and of course, population control SCOTUS judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg: :

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Previous Planned Parenthood’s Halloween costume suggestions can be found here (here)

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And finally…a costume I doubt was created by liberal feminists a blogger over at Boozey has found the abortion costume:

Abortion Costume Halloween

Margaret Sanger and Ruth Bader Ginsburg : population control a national policy

Posted in Ginsburg with tags , , , , , , , on September 24, 2014 by saynsumthn

In 2009, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg outraged the public by admitting that abortion should be legal to “Get rid of populations we do not want to have too many of…”

NYT Ginsburg Place of Women Court

The quote comes from an interview Ginsburg did for the New York Times with Emily Bazelon and she stated, “…I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

RuthBaderGinsberg

That statement was so outrageous that it made it into a powerful documentary on eugenics called Maafa21.

Ginsburg, as with so many of her ilk, never stop at limiting the births of the poor or the feeble minded as described by many in the early days of eugenics. They also believe that everyone, except their small circle of elites, should be subject to population control limitations.

As displayed in a more recent interview with the Justice.

Ginsburg Elle

Ginsburg was again asked about abortion by Jessica Weisberg for Elle’s September 23,2014 edition, “Fifty years from now, which decisions in your tenure do you think will be the most significant?”

Ginsburg replied, “Well, I think 50 years from now, people will not be able to understand Hobby Lobby. Oh, and I think on the issue of choice, one of the reasons, to be frank, that there’s not so much pro-choice activity is that young women, including my daughter and my granddaughter, have grown up in a world where they know if they need an abortion, they can get it. Not that either one of them has had one, but it’s comforting to know if they need it, they can get it.

“The impact of all these restrictions is on poor women, because women who have means, if their state doesn’t provide access, another state does. I think that the country will wake up and see that it can never go back to [abortions just] for women who can afford to travel to a neighboring state…”

Weisberg then asked Ginsburg, “When people realize that poor women are being disproportionately affected, that’s when everyone will wake up? That seems very optimistic to me.”

Ginsburg replied, “Yes, I think so…. It makes no sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people.

Promote is the key word here. If this is all about choice why does the government need to “promote” birth control at all?

Ginsburg hit on something that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger once admitted, that birth control must become a national policy to control populations.

Sanger 1965 Population Control

In 1964, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger said she believed that it would take the US Government to accept “Population Control” to convince other nations to do the same.

I just don’t see how we can control the birth rate until we get the government to agree that this is something which should be taken seriously. Other countries feel that if our government is against it, it must be bad. Americans would be much more acceptable when they go abroad to work on the problem if we get our government to approve it- perhaps under some such term as population control,” Sanger stated.

And so they have….to be continued…..

Ginsburg cards only net $100.00 donation for abortion giant Planned Parenthood

Posted in Ginsburg, Pro-choice People with tags , , , , , , on July 5, 2014 by saynsumthn

Ann Arbor, Michigan graphic designer Alisa Bobzien has designed Ruth Bader Ginsburg cards which she is selling on Etsy:

She has offered to give a donation for purchases of the cards of the radically pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice to Planned Parenthood. Ginsburg has been praised for her recent dissent in the Hobby Lobby case after the ruling agreed that the religious freedoms of the owners were in conflict with the Obama HHS abortion / birth control mandate to ObamaCare.

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The cards sole for $24.00 a set. The graphic designer bragged on twitter and facebook that she raised a whopping $100.00 for abortion giant Planned Parenthood which means she sold 4 sets !

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, ” I would not look to the US constitution, if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012″

Posted in Constitution, Ruth Bader Ginsburg with tags , , , , , on February 3, 2012 by saynsumthn

H/T GrumpYeller

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Interview with Al Hayat TV in Egypt:

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Following are excerpts from an interview with US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which aired on Al-Hayat TV on January 30, 2012.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: It is a very inspiring time – that you have overthrown a dictator, and that you are striving to achieve a genuine democracy. So I think people in the United States are hoping that this transition will work, and that there will genuinely be a government of, by, and for the people.

I met with the head of the elections commission. I think that the first step has gone well, and that elections have been held for the lower house that everyone has considered to be free and fair. So that’s one milestone, and the next will be the drafting of a constitution.

I can’t speak about what the Egyptian experience should be, because I’m operating under a rather old constitution. The United States, in comparison to Egypt, is a very new nation, and yet we have the oldest written constitution still in force in the world.

Let me say first that a constitution, as important as it is, will mean nothing unless the people are yearning for liberty and freedom. If the people don’t care, then the best constitution in the world won’t make any difference. So the spirit of liberty has to be in the population, and then the constitution – first, it should safeguard basic fundamental human rights, like our First Amendment, the right to speak freely, and to publish freely, without the government as a censor.

You should certainly be aided by all the constitution-writing that has gone one since the end of World War II. I would not look to the US constitution, if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012. I might look at the constitution of South Africa. That was a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights, had an independent judiciary… It really is, I think, a great piece of work that was done. Much more recent than the US constitution – Canada has a Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It dates from 1982. You would almost certainly look at the European Convention on Human Rights. Yes, why not take advantage of what there is elsewhere in the world?