Thursday, July 09, 2009

Ruth-Get-Rid-Of-Unwanted-Populations-By-Abortion-Ginsburg, Brought to you in part by John McCain

Ruth Ginsburg, brought to you by Republican Sen. John McCain:

News:

Quote:

In an astonishing admission, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she was under the impression that legalizing abortion with the 1973 Roe. v. Wade case would eliminate undesirable members of the populace, or as she put it "populations that we don't want to have too many of."

I still think, although I was much too optimistic in the early days, that the possibility of stopping a pregnancy very early is significant. The morning-after pill will become more accessible and easier to take. So I think the side that wants to take the choice away from women and give it to the state, they're fighting a losing battle. Time is on the side of change.

Three years ago, Ginsburg received some embarrassing national attention when she napped on the bench during a court hearing.

"Justices David Souter and Samuel Alito, who flank the 72-year-old, looked at her but did not give her a nudge," reported Gina Holland of the Associated Press.

"It's lucky for Ginsburg that the Supreme Court has so far refused to allow television in the courtroom, for her visit to the land of nod would have found its way onto late-night shows."

End quote.

Yet John McCain, the GOP's hope to beat out Obama, voted FOR this woman:

"... McCain voted to confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Steven Breyer to the Supreme Court. He also, as is his nature, conspired with Democrats in the Senate to block approval of Bush's most conservative jurists." - WND

Planned Parenthood, as many already figured, doesn't always report statutory rape, violating state law.

2 comments:

Bevy said...

SHAME on McCain!

Denise said...

Yeah. What is so interesting is that Palin and Bush also did the same thing in regard to working with Democrats and you know what? The Dems never changed their views and continued to slam them, but they sure get the Repubs to change their's. Now we see the GOP slobbering all over Obama and scream "give him a chance!" Oy!

In other words, it seems that the bad company really does corrupt good character, as Scripture says.