Skip to comments.Gosnell's killed babies: How does Harris-Perry's Community help them?
Posted on 04/16/2013 6:05:09 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Melissa Harris-Perry is the host of MSNBCs Melissa Harris-Perry, and a professor of political science at Tulane University. The professor has been at the heart of controversy regarding her most recent Lean Forward ad in which she instructs the viewer on the concept of Collective Responsibility.
For those who, like me, dont know who Harris-Perry is, most heard about the video from the protests raised by conservatives and the right-leaning media.
Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin made humorous hay out of Ms. Harris-Perrys postulations that the society needs to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents, or kids belong to their families and recognize that children belong to whole communities.
Others decided to write to Ms. Harris-Perry about her video, and from what she says in her blog post, Why Caring for Children is not Just a Parents Job, some of these other critics were neither humorous or nice.
Ms. Harris-Perry responded to them thusly: One thing is for sure: I have no intention of apologizing for saying that our children, all of our children, are part of more than our households, they are part of our communities and deserve to have the care, attention, resources, respect and opportunities of those communities. [emphases mine]
It seems that Ms. Harris-Perry is not backing down; she says what she means, and means what she says. I give her credit for being consistent, though I find her views highly questionable....
(Excerpt) Read more at communities.washingtontimes.com ...
Sometimes the collective must destroy a child in order to save it.
They’re not important to people like her, or Obama either.
But Mizzzzz Harris-Perry might hve given us some help in the immigration debate. Now I know how to deport the parents of anchor babies and “DREAMers”. Hey, they’re not your kids, so you’re leaving the country, but the kid is staying.
I suspect that Ms. Harris-Perry feels that it would be easier to kill babies if they were all “collected, sorted and graded” and then killed in groups representing the less desirable, flawed, etc.
And with 0bummerCare, they're moving into deciding the fate of adults. You, with all the hyphens: Is this really the train you want to be on?
Not sure what the WashTimes' definition of "instruction" is, but mine doesn't include some crack ho yammering foolishness. Hope I haven't been too equivocal.
I thought that plan was already being implemented when I saw all the liberals lining up at the abortion clinic.