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Kevin Williamson on the very much alive eugenics movement:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, having decided for some inexplicable reason to do a long interview with a fashion magazine (maybe it is her celebrated collection of lace collars), reaffirmed the most important things we know about her: her partisanship, her elevation of politics over law, and her desire to see as many poor children killed as is feasibly possible. Speaking about such modest restrictions on abortion as have been enacted over the past several years, Justice Ginsburg lamented that “the impact of all these restrictions is on poor women.” Then she added: “It makes no sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people.”
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1 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

Both Hitler and Mussolini paid poor women to have children near the end of the war because they needed soldiers. Ginsburg and Sanger better stick around and make sure their “no people policy” endures. Ooppps. Sanger’s gone to her just reward. Ginsburg is next.


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