Skip to comments.The Abortionist's Eye Is On Us
Posted on 07/20/2009 3:59:22 PM PDT by WhiteCastle
Like many black women, I once believed the doctor who told me my babies were no more than "a blob of tissue." I wanted to believe it. Eventually, I realized I was wrong, that I was a secondary victim of abortion. I repented and found healing through God. Today, I work in the civil rights movement of the our century -- the right of every one of every race to live... Abortion has taken a gruesome toll on the black community, killing more than AIDS and crime combined. Some 14 million black babies have been aborted since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in all stages in all 50 states. That's equal to one-third of the number of blacks living today. By the abortion industry's own statistics, black women are 4.8 times more likely to abort than are non-Hispanic white women. Blacks comprise about 13 percent of the population, yet have 37 percent of all abortions.
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Yep - and blacks for 90%+ for liberal, pro-abortion democrats in nearly all elections.
Kinda ironic. The KKK could only dream about results like this.
How sad, and by their own mothers.
True. It amazes me how minorities buy into this “it’s only a blob” argument. Think of how powerful a voting block those aborted human beings would be today. Yes, the KKK would be proud of how stupid and ignorant those people have been. African Americans, you have done a better job than the KKK could have imagined. You revile “racism”, but frankly, you did it to yourselves.
They will never see it our way. Liberals are more concerned about over population than civil rights.
It’s not just black babies being aborted. Muslims are thrilled at the rate of all Christian, Jewish, and generally American abortions.
A profoundly sad statement, but 100% true.
The KKK, Margaret Sanger, and Hitler would be thrilled with the massive killing of “undesirables”.
I'm sure you're right, but when the chips are down we are going to kick them all the way back to the SIXTH century.
They’re all saying this “blob of tissue” thing. Must have appeared on some feminazi website.
We had a guest priest from Jamaica on Sunday (Missionaries of the Poor) who came from a family of 12 children, and he told the congregation at the 9:00 a.m. Mass that they should all have more babies. (DP was there playing the guitar.) I saw the gentleman at the Spanish service in the afternoon and almost couldn’t get Frank away from him to go home!
One good thing about Obama-care: The birth rate will increase quite a bit.
No. I’m 50 years old, and for many years (my teens and twenties especially) it was common terminology. Just a cluster of cells, just a blob of tissue. Remember, that was before ultrasounds, or before they were widely available and commonly used, so it was easy to believe.
The world has changed in lots of ways, but technology has helped in this area enormously.