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Marching for life and against the "Negro Project"
Townhall.com ^ | Jan 23, 2006 | La Shawn Barber

Posted on 01/23/2006 7:21:47 AM PST by .cnI redruM

On January 8, 2006, I attended the Justice Sunday III conference at Greater Exodus Baptist Church, a predominantly black church in Philadelphia. Reverend Herbert Lusk preached passionately against abortion and called it murder. Today, I will attend the Blogs4Life Conference, then head to the National Mall for the March for Life rally. I hope to see a large number of the kind of people who nodded in agreement with Rev. Lusk’s sermon.

Black women are three times as likely to have abortions as their white counterparts. Blacks and Hispanics are about 25 percent of the population, yet they account for 57 percent of all abortions. Aside from the fact that abortion is murder, there are two very important reasons why black people should be represented in great numbers at the March for Life rally:

Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was the ultimate white supremacist

The Planned Parenthood Federation of America makes a futile effort to deny that its founder Margaret Sanger was a eugenicist. Eugenics is a pseudo-science that claims some races are genetically superior and more fit to survive than others. As a eugenicist, Sanger’s goals were to discourage the “unfit” and “inferior” from reproducing. In her 1922 book Pivot of Civilization, she called for segregation of “morons, misfits, and the maladjusted” and sterilization of “genetically inferior races.”

Can you guess which race in particular she considered genetically inferior?

Sanger even suggested that the federal government pay “obviously unfit parents” not to have children and advocated limiting and discouraging “overfertility of the mentally and physically defective.”

In 1916, Sanger founded the Birth Control League, the forerunner of Planned Parenthood. She appointed a man named Lothrop Stoddard, a Nazi sympathizer, fellow eugenicist and author of The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy to the Board of Directors. At some point, after Adolph Hitler’s atrocities against the Jews became known, Sanger changed the league’s name to Planned Parenthood, because “birth control” was too closely associated with eugenics.

More controversial is Sanger’s “Negro Project,” devised in 1939. The eugenicist set out to implicate black ministers and doctors in her efforts to spread her message of contraception, sterilization, and abortion in the black community. “The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We do not want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it occurs to any of their more rebellious members,” she wrote.

People in poorer areas, particularly the South, were producing “alarmingly more than their share” of babies. Sanger was able to enlist black men such as W.E.B. Dubois and Dr. Adam Clayton Powell (a minister) to her cause. Even Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., had a part to play. In 1966, he received an award from Planned Parenthood, writing, “There is a striking kinship between our movement and Margaret Sanger’s early efforts.”

Margaret Sanger’s project worked better than she could have hoped. Not only do black women have abortions at higher rates, a solid 90 percent of black voters shamelessly cast ballots for the Democratic Party, an unabashed supporter of Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood targets minority women

Sanger would be very proud of what her modest Birth Control League has become.

The Cybercast News Service compared the location of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics with population figures from the 2000 Census:

“In nearly two-thirds (62.5 percent) of the comparisons, the communities with a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic had a higher percentage of blacks than the state did as a whole.

In Delaware, Florida, Massachusetts and Ohio, the communities containing all of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinics had much higher black populations than their respective states, while Idaho, Kentucky, North Dakota, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming -- all of which have low black populations -- have none of the organization’s abortion facilities.

Two states with high black populations -- Louisiana (32.5 percent) and Mississippi (36.3 percent) -- also have no Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, due in large part to the strength of pro-life forces in that part of the nation and state laws that restrict access to abortion, according to Jim Sedlak, executive director of STOPP International.”

Even after her death, Sanger’s Negro Project lives on. Black ministers and so-called civil rights organizations that support Planned Parenthood ensure that minority women remain targets. Carlton W. Veazey is a minister, supporter of Planned Parenthood, and president and CEO of an organization once called the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, now disguised as the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC).

Veazey founded a program called the Black Church Initiative, purportedly in response to the high pregnancy rate among black teens. According to RCRC’s web site, the initiative “encourages and assists African American clergy and laity in addressing teen childbearing, sexuality education, unintended pregnancies, and other reproductive health issues within the context of African American culture and religion.”

For the first time in its 95-year history, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which once fought to protect black lives, took an official position in favor of abortion in 2004.

While black liberals and so-called men of God continue to align themselves with Margaret Sanger’s “offspring,” I intend to campaign for the protection of all unborn babies, no matter what race or genetic inheritance.


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I'm stunned Margerat Sanger hasn't been disowned by the left. She's astonishingly honest in how she expresses rich, white liberal America's political beliefs.
1 posted on 01/23/2006 7:21:51 AM PST by .cnI redruM
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To: .cnI redruM

And how, exactly, does Sanger substantially differ from a Nazi?


2 posted on 01/23/2006 7:25:00 AM PST by atomicpossum (Replies must follow approved guidelines or you will be kill-filed without appeal.)
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To: .cnI redruM
"Margaret Sanger doesn't care about black people."

3 posted on 01/23/2006 7:28:28 AM PST by evets (God bless president Bush!)
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To: .cnI redruM

http://www.blackgenocide.org/negro.html


4 posted on 01/23/2006 7:30:51 AM PST by Perseverando
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To: .cnI redruM

Interesting how Bill Bennett was criticized for mentioning a hypothetical about race (to show how disgusting it sounded), by people who keep telling us that it's "just a lump of tissue."


5 posted on 01/23/2006 7:31:54 AM PST by cvq3842
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To: .cnI redruM
Always did like this photo.


6 posted on 01/23/2006 7:33:59 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: .cnI redruM

I, too, am stunned---by how all of this has seemingly been kept under wrappers for all these years. Atrocities as horrible as this should be exposed to the light of day--in our schools, to our politicians, and to the public at large. Our black population should be educated from birth to grave about how easily genocide of their race can, and has been carried out.


7 posted on 01/23/2006 7:34:43 AM PST by basil (Exercise your Second Amendment--buy another gun today!)
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To: atomicpossum
How does Howard Dean or Edward Kennedy differ from a Nazi? Given that FDR had to fire Kennedy's dad for being too pro-nazi in WWII, it wouldn't seem to be a profound difference.
8 posted on 01/23/2006 7:37:46 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: evets
It sold lots of CDs.
9 posted on 01/23/2006 7:38:47 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: atomicpossum

Planned Parenthood and their humanist, amoral preachers target all of our kids and especially minorities with the message of "free" sex and abortion. The Klan could not have come up with a better plan to cause minorities harm by ending the culture of family and reduce their numbers.

The other program the Left has enacted to keep minoities down is multiculturalism's demand that South Americans don't need to learn English and should come illegally. To be successful in the US immigrants have to be here legally and they have to speak English. This is like a Klan plan to keep miorities in language slums where they are not able to compete in the wider society for education and higher paying jobs. Add on the baby killing thing and the sex with multiple partners, things don't look so good.

With the left looking out for minorities, between abortion and poverty, they will soon be extinct. Whites are seriously threatened as well.


10 posted on 01/23/2006 7:45:55 AM PST by Galveston Grl (Getting angry and abandoning power to the Democrats is not a choice.)
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To: .cnI redruM

"Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was the ultimate white supremacist"

There ya go...Abortion is so racial, it's pathetic. Which can only mean that all the groups that are pro-abortion, are extremely racist!


11 posted on 01/23/2006 7:47:12 AM PST by Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin
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To: T'wit

There are certainly reasons to argue against Margaret Sanger's positions, but does it really bolster the cause to lie with bad photoshopping? :)

http://www.u.arizona.edu/~roxanne/womanrhetor/margaretsanger2.jpg


12 posted on 01/23/2006 7:50:57 AM PST by linda_22003
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To: basil

"I, too, am stunned---by how all of this has seemingly been kept under wrappers for all these years. Atrocities as horrible as this should be exposed to the light of day--in our schools, to our politicians, and to the public at large. Our black population should be educated from birth to grave about how easily genocide of their race can, and has been carried out."

I'm with ya. And am simply floored, that this has been so successfully kept from the public. Most especially Sanger's close ties with KKK.


13 posted on 01/23/2006 7:54:24 AM PST by Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin
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To: linda_22003
I learned that "fake but true" technique from Mary Mapes and Dan Rather :-)

(Sorry, I wasn't aware of the hoax. Won't do it again.)

14 posted on 01/23/2006 8:02:46 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: T'wit

We tend to accept images too readily if they match our preconceived notions. If you really look at the image, you can see the photo quality is different in the Sanger photo and the Klan photo, Sanger's body is not sized proportionately with the bodies of the Klan members, and her skirt has been "drawn" in.


15 posted on 01/23/2006 8:04:33 AM PST by linda_22003
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To: Admin Moderator

Should we pull #6? The photo is evidently a fake.


16 posted on 01/23/2006 8:06:55 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: .cnI redruM

Bump.


17 posted on 01/23/2006 8:07:40 AM PST by Rocko (Liberals -- filled with a compassion you always hear about, but never witness.)
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To: linda_22003

It helps a lot if you have the other photo to compare, which of course I did not. It does look out of proportion now that you call it to my attention.


18 posted on 01/23/2006 8:10:08 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: linda_22003
>> We tend to accept images too readily if they match our preconceived notions.

Or if you're of retirement age and your eyes aren't what they used to be. I still can't see the faking of her skirt.

19 posted on 01/23/2006 8:13:32 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: T'wit

Maybe it's just my history major kicking in, but there's so much about it that doesn't ring true. Aside from the elements I've mentioned, no headline at the time would have referred to "KKK gals", the welcome sign is very suspect in its appearance, and the photo credit to ANYthing ".com" is odd. Thanks for agreeing that it's not something that should be used to support an argument against Sanger.

It's normal for all of us to glance at pictures and take them at face value; I'd say that these days, when images are so easy to manipulate, we all need to look at photos with our eyes wide open, and one eyebrow raised. :)


20 posted on 01/23/2006 8:14:34 AM PST by linda_22003
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To: Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin; basil

I'm not sure, given how Sen. Robert Byrd's are all but flaunted, that it would make any difference.


21 posted on 01/23/2006 8:39:17 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: basil

Don't be stunned it was kept under wraps. You know we're only given the news the left thinks we need. Read the first sentence of the Southern Studies report and weep. Timing is everything for the left. When they're screaming in one direction, we need to look in the other.

http://www.uiowa.edu/~ournews/2003/march/032503schoen-eugenics-prog.html

www.southernstudies.org/reports/ELLISTON.pdf
Eugenics in North Carolina Thousands Were Sterilized by the State By Jon Elliston Southern Exposure 31.1 (Spring 2003)

The furor over Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott’s remarks praising Strom Thurmond’s segregationist presidential bid reminded Southerners that shadows still linger from decades of white supremacy and Jim Crow. So it was fitting that last December, when Lott was on the hot seat, a little sunlight seeped into one of the darkest corners of North Carolina’s history. A five-day Winston-Salem Journal series, “Against Their Will: North Carolina’s Sterilization Programs,” provided the first in-depth account of the state’s eugenics efforts—targeting mostly the poor and people of color—and of the terrible toll, in the form of stunted lives, that those efforts wrought.

The numbers reported in the Journal articles begin to tell the story. Between 1929 and 1974, state government eugenics boards authorized the surgical sterilization of more than 7,600 North Carolinians deemed to be “feebleminded,” “moronic,” “delinquent,” or “promiscuous,” as the administrative papers put it. More than 2,000 of the victims were under age 18. Ninety-nine percent were women. Tellingly, as the civil rights movement gathered steam in the 1960s, the sterilizations, which already disproportionately targeted African Americans, were increasingly meted out against young blacks.

North Carolina, the series reveals, was a hot-bed of private and public support for such so-called “human betterment.” After California and Virginia, the state conducted the third highest number of sterilizations in the country. Enthusiasm for eugenics—even following the disclosure of the Nazis’ horrific endeavors in the field—ran high in the South after World War II. Economic elites, civic leaders, and social scientists saw an aggressive sterilization program as a means to “improve the race” while shrinking the welfare roles and reducing the black population along the way.

The newspaper series goes beyond the numbers and logistics, sharing testimony from several living victims as well as some of the retired doctors, social workers, and state officials who had a hand in authorizing and promoting the practice. The lasting pain left by social engineering run amuck is evidenced by stories like that of Elaine Riddick Jessie, who was an Edenton 14-year-old when she gave birth to her only child in 1968. Hours after she gave birth, a doctor “tied her tubes” on orders of the state. “It is the most degrading thing, the most humiliating thing a person can do to a person is to take away a God-given right,” Jessie told the Journal.

The revelations in the Journal prompted a long-overdue mea culpa. “On behalf of the state I deeply apologize to the victims and their families for this past injustice, and for the pain and suffering they had to endure over the years,” Gov. Mike Easley said December 12. “This is a sad and regrettable chapter in the state's history, and it must be one that is never repeated again.”

Apologies are a good start, civil rights and mental health advocates say. But, as North Carolina NAACP director Skip Alston has argued, some form of restitution for the surviving victims—perhaps reparations—will now be expected. Alston is pushing for the state legislature to hold hearings on the matter, and says the NAACP will hold its own public hearings around the state.

And there’s at least one additional significant step the state can make to come clean on what was long a dirty secret: tell the whole story by publicly releasing the files of the eugenics program. According to the state archives in Raleigh, an estimated 50 cubic feet of records on the programremain under official seal. While state and federal laws forbid disclosing the personal data in the files, such information could be redacted from the documents prior to release, opening up a valuable historical resource and promoting greater accountability.

Meanwhile, other states are also beginning to take a hard look at their former eugenics programs. On January 9, South Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges issued the state’s first apology for its program, which led to the sterilization of more than 250 people—again, most of them poor African Americans. A week earlier, the Disabled Action Committee, a national advocacy group, launched a campaign to urge President Bush to apologize for the federal government’s involvement in eugenics programs, which existed in at least 33 states and sterilized an estimated 65,000 people.

The Winston-Salem Journal series may be found online at http://againsttheirwill.journalnow.com.

Jon Elliston is a writer based in Chapel Hill, N.C.


22 posted on 01/23/2006 8:46:17 AM PST by freema (Proud Marine FRiend, Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: .cnI redruM

Well...there ain't no harm in tryin'.


23 posted on 01/23/2006 9:22:07 AM PST by Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin
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To: .cnI redruM
I read LaShawn every morning: http://lashawnbarber.com/
24 posted on 01/23/2006 9:26:38 AM PST by sausageseller (Look out for the jackbooted spelling police. There! Everywhere!(revised cause the "man" accosted me!)
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To: .cnI redruM

“The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We do not want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it occurs to any of their more rebellious members,” she wrote.

Wow... Now isn't that an interesting quote?...


25 posted on 01/23/2006 9:27:58 AM PST by Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin
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To: .cnI redruM
Abortion is genocide in the slow lane.
26 posted on 01/23/2006 9:31:59 AM PST by Mike Darancette (Mesocons for Rice '08)
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To: linda_22003
This has been around a while. There was a story with it that made it seem more plausible. I can't vouch for the details, but it wasn't that she was attracted to the KKK; rather, she supposedly agonized over this appearance and finally figured she could talk to them and try to get her message across. It had nothing to do with her having an affinity for the Klan but that she was braving the enemy camp.
27 posted on 01/23/2006 11:12:54 AM PST by T'wit (Brokeback Mountain: the love that dare not yippie-kai-yay-kai-yea its name.)
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To: basil

It's been known forever. It's just easy to do when people refuse to educate themselves and turn over their source of knowledge to the left leaning press.


28 posted on 01/23/2006 11:36:29 AM PST by kenth
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To: .cnI redruM
I'm stunned Margerat Sanger hasn't been disowned by the left. She's astonishingly honest in how she expresses rich, white liberal America's political beliefs.

Rich, white, liberal Americans are predominantly leftists.

29 posted on 01/23/2006 11:40:02 AM PST by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: <1/1,000,000th%

Yeah, but they'd rather have a spokesman who lied about what they really believed in. Sanger was unflinchingly open and honest.


30 posted on 01/23/2006 12:42:31 PM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: linda_22003

The writing on the sign is too clear and done in Lucinda Handwriting font or some other. I could tell right off it was a fake.


31 posted on 01/23/2006 3:21:13 PM PST by Clock King ("How will it end?" - Emperor; "In Fire." - Kosh)
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To: linda_22003

I think that picture was just meant to be a humorous way to illustrate a point, not that it is real.


32 posted on 01/23/2006 3:27:31 PM PST by nickcarraway (I'm Only Alive, Because a Judge Hasn't Ruled I Should Die...)
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Saving Black Babies

The Negro Project- Margaret Sanger's EUGENIC Plan for Black Americans
 
1963 Planned Parenthood brochure: abortion kills life of baby after it has begun Someone tell Kerry!


33 posted on 01/23/2006 7:02:35 PM PST by Coleus (IMHO, The IVF procedure is immoral & kills many embryos/children and should be outlawed)
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To: 2ndMostConservativeBrdMember; afraidfortherepublic; Alas; al_c; american colleen; annalex; ...


34 posted on 01/23/2006 7:21:43 PM PST by Coleus (IMHO, The IVF procedure is immoral & kills many embryos/children and should be outlawed)
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To: .cnI redruM; 4lifeandliberty; AbsoluteGrace; afraidfortherepublic; Alamo-Girl; AlbionGirl; ...

Pro-Life/Pro-Baby ping!

Please FReepmail me if you would like to be added to, or removed from, the Pro-Life/Pro-Baby ping list...

35 posted on 01/23/2006 11:47:46 PM PST by cgk (I don't see myself as a conservative. I see myself as a religious, right-wing, wacko extremist.)
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To: .cnI redruM
For the first time in its 95-year history, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which once fought to protect black lives, took an official position in favor of abortion in 2004.

As Americans Honor Martin Luther King, Abortion Destroys Black Community

36 posted on 01/23/2006 11:53:17 PM PST by cgk (I don't see myself as a conservative. I see myself as a religious, right-wing, wacko extremist.)
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To: cgk

I tend to agree with stigmatizing the man, I disagree with letting her off the hook.


37 posted on 01/24/2006 4:47:33 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: .cnI redruM

This is from the same group that believes KKK Byrd is a "great statesman" and "leader" of their party. Why would anyone be shocked by the left's complete love of Sanger?


38 posted on 01/24/2006 4:50:05 AM PST by Brytani (Democrats - destroying America since 1868)
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To: Brytani
They named a convenience store after the Senator from WVa....Sheetz! (Cue the laugh track!)
39 posted on 01/24/2006 4:53:12 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: nickcarraway

The person who posted it thought it was real, so don't overestimate people who will just glance at pictorial information.


40 posted on 01/24/2006 4:55:48 AM PST by linda_22003
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To: .cnI redruM

Bill Clinton's former pastor - the very pro abortion Phillip Wogaman is
leading a 3 day seminar at the influential black Denver church New Hope Baptist.

Several Denver sidewalk counsellors are protesting New Hope
in an attempt to educate them about the more than 1,200 black
babies who die each day in abortions in our nation.

To see a fantastic anti-Sanger pro-black tv commercial,
check out www.lifecommercials.com


41 posted on 01/24/2006 5:59:12 AM PST by Lesforlife ("For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb . . ." Psalm 139:13)
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To: Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin

Sanger was known as Hitler in a skirt and Hitler as Sanger in a mustache!


42 posted on 01/24/2006 6:03:01 AM PST by Lesforlife ("For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb . . ." Psalm 139:13)
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To: Lesforlife

Thanks. I was not aware of infamous standing Sanger picked up along the way. Just thought she was the abortion instigator and everybody let it go at that...We learn something new everyday.


43 posted on 01/24/2006 6:23:03 AM PST by Mrs. Darla Ruth Schwerin
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To: .cnI redruM

Good read. Thanks.


44 posted on 01/24/2006 6:30:37 AM PST by Diana in Wisconsin (Save The Earth. It's The Only Planet With Chocolate.)
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To: Lesforlife

For a second, I thought you had just posted that Hillary was Sanger with a mustache. Java mixes badly with IT hardware. I will have to read more carefully in the future. Hillary, Hitler; Hitler, Hillary. It's so easy to confuse the two.


45 posted on 01/24/2006 7:18:16 AM PST by .cnI redruM (Shame, not sanctions - UN policy on Iran)
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To: .cnI redruM

I understand what you're saying... To me the cartoon says much more: Men have been told they have NO choice when it comes to being a father. There are the "deadbeat dads", and there are also the would-be dads who have been told for decades that it isn't up to them. They can't choose to be a father, or not be a father without a women's consent. I imagine all the would-be dads who hope to be a father only to have the would-be mom opt for abortion. There are even stories of men who went to court to try to prevent the abortion so they could raise the child themselves after birth only to be told they had no right to make the offer.

As for the woman, unfortunately for those who are pro-abortion being labeled "pro-choice" is a badge of honor. But for much of the pro-life crowd, it is a stigma.


46 posted on 01/24/2006 7:59:39 AM PST by cgk (I don't see myself as a conservative. I see myself as a religious, right-wing, wacko extremist.)
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To: linda_22003

They look like the same woman.


47 posted on 01/24/2006 10:30:21 AM PST by Sun (Hillary Clinton is pro-ILLEGAL immigration. Don't let her fool you. She has a D- /F immigr. rating.)
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To: Sun

They are the same woman; you are missing the point (how, I don't know), that a real picture of Sanger, taken alone, was inserted by someone into a picture of a KKK rally to make it look like she was actually there, when she was not.


48 posted on 01/24/2006 10:33:37 AM PST by linda_22003
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To: cgk

Thanks for the ping!


49 posted on 01/24/2006 11:17:03 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: Temple Owl

ping


50 posted on 01/24/2006 11:18:38 AM PST by Tribune7
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