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    Saturday, April 26, 2008

    Planned Parenthood's Racist Genocide Exposed

    Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of abortions in this country today. They also get about $300 million of taxpayer money. Their abortion clinics are predominantly located in or near black neighborhoods. 25% of all abortions in America (roughly 1.4 million per year) are performed on black women.

    And, the history of Planned Parenthood stems from the early 20th century eugenics movement started by Margaret Sanger, who viewed blacks as an underclass who needed to be eliminated. Today, Sanger's Planned Parenthood are not only continuing to rid our country of black babies, but are more than willing to take targeted donations for this very purpose. Isn't this 2008?

    Call your Congressman. Tell them the United States government needs to defund Planned Parenthood.

    They are starting to be exposed. View these videos below to check out the situation yourself.

    Planned Parenthood Racism Investigation:

    Fox News Video: Black protestors outside Planned Parenthood clinics

    Wednesday, April 23, 2008

    Barack Can't Win the White House

    I never thought I'd like Hillary Clinton this much. But after seeing her competition, Barack Insane Obama, Clinton looks so much better. Part of me is also beginning to think Obama will be "easier to beat" in the general election.

    Think about it. He got trounced in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. Trounced. If a Democrat is going to take the White House, they need BOTH of those states. Ohio is a key battleground state, while Pennsylvania is a state that demographically represents the United States with its diverse populations, large cities and small towns.

    If Obama has so much momentum WITHIN the Democrat party, if he is the front-runner, why aren't the Democrats of Pennsylvania getting behind him to end this thing and move on to the general election?

    I think this primary - which he lost by 10 points - tells us that he can't win the White House. While I'm not the biggest McCain fan, I am more nervous of an Obama presidency. He has proved himself an elitist who disdains people in small towns who "cling to their guns and their religion." He has a crazy anti-American, racist pastor who he calls his spiritual mentor. His wife was only recently able to say she was proud of America "for the first time in [her] adult life." And, at a recent rally, he gave Hillary Clinton "the finger." He doesn't deserve the Presidency, and I think even Democrat voters are starting to realize this. Thus, he doesn't have a chance in the general election.

    But, I'm still cheering for Hilllary, to keep chaos alive.

    Tuesday, April 01, 2008

    Are babies ever a punishment?

    "I've got two daughters - nine years old and six years old - I'm going to teach them first of all about values and morals. But if they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby. I don't want them punished with an STD at the age of sixteen." - Barack Obama, March 29, 2008.

    Watch the video here:

    Brave New World here we come. I cannot believe Obama (or anyone) would think that a woman could ever be "punished" with a baby. PUNISHED. Wasn't there once a day when a baby was WELCOMED into the world, not viewed as a punishment? In fact, I'd argue most still are - and most women are still excited at the prospect of having a baby.

    I have been reading the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. It takes place 600 years into the future, when a one world government has transformed the world through scientific and psychological engineering. Efficiency, community, solidarity, and the value of the "collective" are all placed as the highest values. People are genetically engineered and conditioned to perform certain jobs and "everyone belongs to everyone."

    But half way through the novel, we discover that not the entire world is under control. There is a group of "uncivilized" people. In that part of the world, "the Reservation," our main characters learn that "in the Reservation, children still are born, yes, actually born, revolting as that may seem ..."

    There are other places in the novel where one cannot fathom that a child could be "born" for they are all cloned in this future world - all new people come into the world in a highly scientific and programmed way. There are not supposed to be any "unexpected" births, much less pregnancies. Everything is about efficiency and it wouldn't be efficient for women to unexpectedly become pregnant. That would be revolting.

    Obama doesn't want his daughters or any women to be "punished by a baby." He seems to already be living in this Brave New World. The question is, will we?