Saturday, May 20, 2006

"The Bitch, The Bitch, The Bitch Is Back"
Elton John, The Caribou album, 1975

Anyone who's read this blog should know exactly how the Cavemen feel about good ol' Maggie Sanger. You remember her, dont'chya? For those who are unfamiliar, here's a quick recap;

Margaret Sanger, whose views were popular in Europe in the pre-war period, referred to the poor, blacks, European Catholics and immigrants in general as “human weeds” to be herded into government camps for sterilization. She also advocated recruiting religious leaders in the heavily Christian black community to lead the campaign for sterilization of their own flocks.

With that said, I'm sure that there are many that would say that the frothing at the mouth rhetoric of bitch extraordinaire, Maggs Sanger, is old news, ancient history... dumped on the trash heap of history along with the racial views of Nazi Germany.

Au contraire, mon frere with the thinning hair... don't you even think of going there. The Useless Eaters mentality is alive and well and living in the Bill Clinton Presidential Library in East Pigknuckle, Arkansas.

Here's a taste;

Ron Weddington (who along with his wife fought in favor of the Roe v Wade case) sent a letter in 1993 to then president-elect Bill Clinton asking him to use abortion as a tool for “eliminating” the “barely educated, unhealthy, and poor”.

Weddington said Clinton should “use persuasion rather than coercion.” He writes, “You will have to enlist the aid of sports and entertainment stars to counteract the propaganda spread by Church officials seeking parishioners, generals seeking canon fodder and businessmen seeking cheap labour.”


“We don’t need more canon fodder…parishioners…or cheap labour. We don’t need more babies.”

The letter was published as part of a larger report by the public interest group, Judicial Watch, titled “The Clinton RU-486 Files,” showing that the drug was rushed to approval for political reasons by the Clinton administration. The letter was stored in the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Hmmm.... in the words of U2, Achtung Baby.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The letter should be read in its entirety.

Wow... It's kind of amazing someone would write a letter so blatantly intolerant and prejudicial to a public official.

I wonder if he ever thought it would end up in the public's view. I also wonder if he's any bit embarrassed that it has surfaced...

2:56 PM  

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