Justice Ginsburg Says It All

This is the headline on Drudge and CNSNews.com

“Justice Ginsburg Says She Originally Thought Roe v. Wade Was Designed to Limit ‘Populations That We Don’t Want to Have Too Many Of”

Let’s just say I am not shocked nor surprised.

For years Pro-Life activists like myself have tried to enlighten the uninformed about the abortion industry and abortion activists and their roots in the eugenics movement of the early 20th century. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood and the namesake of the largest abortion clinic in Southern Arizona, was very much involved in the “weeding out of less desirables” as indicated in her writings.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of whom the pro-life movement warned about has always been a strong advocate and embracer of the pro-abortion philosophy.

Not to be an “I told you so” but this is who you get on the High Court when you elect liberal pro-abortion Presidents.

Maybe the African-American community will now realize that they cannot reconcile voting for liberal Democrats like Barack Obama who embraces the wanton killing of African-American unborn babies at rates higher than any other race.

Incidentally, it is unheard of for a sitting Justice to make an endorsement of a judicial nominee as Ginsburg did recently of Sotomayor. I’m guessing that Ginsburg is signaling that she will be stepping down very shortly – before the High Court convenes for the next session.

Here is my earlier comment/post on Sonoran Alliance.


  1. James Davidson says


    And one other thing. I’m still waiting for your explanation why the Democrats nominated Racist George Wallace, whose main claim to fame was his epithet, segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever, and his stand in the University of Alabama doorway, in the 1982 Alabama governor race and how and why he won the seat? While you’re at it, explain his victory in the 1972 Michigan Democrat primary.

  2. Kenny Jacobs says

    James, I’ve already covered most of your fiction. The racial politics of the South and the Republican Southern Strategy to exploit it was an appeal to conservatives, conservatives who now almost universally reside in the Republican Party.

    Care to proved any citations from Caro’s book to back up your claims?

    You have been consistent in changing the debate when facts prove you wrong. I don’t doubt you will continue to do so. I owe you an apology on some of your claims. I thought only you held those ridiculous beliefs but I was wrong, you share them with Pat Buchanon.

    You run with charming company.

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