Saturday, April 21, 2007

America's Premier Holocaust Denier
The only thing she's missing is the little mustache and the swastika armband

Our nation's very own Angel of Death, Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the dissenting opinions on the recent Supreme Court decision to federally ban the monstrous Partial Birth Abortion procedure.

I find this amazing. Ginsburg has been described as "having her Jewish identity shaped by World War II and the Holocaust". She also has spent much of her adult life advocating for a woman's "right" to kill her unborn child.

In a perfect example of hypocrisy in action, and also a case of becoming what you once hated, Ginsburg finds no problem with making the German nation, under penalty of law, acknowledge the 12 million killed in the Holocaust. [By the way, it was 6 million Jews, and "The Forgotten 6 Million". Mostly Catholics]

Do I think it should be a crime to deny the Holocaust? That is a very difficult question. What's right for one society is not necessarily right for another. And given the history of what went on in Germany—that this most civilized nation succumbed to the worst inhumanity—it may be that for Germany such a law is appropriate.

But Ruthie, for some odd reason, can't/won't come to grips with the 35 million and counting that this nation has liquidated in the name of science, progress and civil liberties. Gee, the Nazi's used the same rationale, didn't they?

Personally, I don't see much difference between this

And this.


Thanks to Ginsburg and her ilk, we've out-Nazied the Nazis. Thanks Ruth.

9 Comments:

Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

And everyone should remember, she was Hillary Clinton's first nomination to the Supreme Court (yes, Hillary, not Bill, though he may have been the offical "front man"). It is certainly a hint of what to expect if Mrs. Bill gets elected president (God help us..and the unborn!)

4:52 PM  
Blogger Fr. Erik Richtsteig said...

Cavey,

Best post EVER! You hit the nail right on the head.

9:00 PM  
Blogger paramedicgirl said...

The only difference between the two holocausts is that the one that keeps growing in numbers every day is accepted and funded by society and not even considered an evil.

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There should have been a warning before that post!

Dr. Eric

Lord Have Mercy!

11:22 PM  
Blogger tara said...

Someone needs to send the court justice this blog post! Before we can stop abortion, we need to see abortion. I am copying your post, and e-mailing to a few select persons.
Good, truthful post!

6:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe i don't see a post anywhere CELEBRATING the fact that the law was upheld? Aren't we being a bit negative?

8:44 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

...on the recent Supreme Court decision to federally ban the monstrous Partial Birth Abortion procedure.

Is this celebration enough? On second thought, I'll give a slight sigh of relief, but I'll hold off on "celebrating" in light that there are still millions and millions of children being butchered.

4:42 AM  
Blogger Winnipeg Catholic said...

I am celebrating that the law was upheld. I also skimmed-over Ginsburg's dissent here:

http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=000&invol=05-380

I note that her dissent was based on the lack of a provision for the health of the mother. So with that in mind, does she deserve holocost perpetrator status? Or are you inferring that she is using the health of the mother as a cover for anti-life views. Is there a protection for the health of the mother in the bill?

I would tend to agree that I suspect she has anti-life views if appointed by the Clintons.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

So with that in mind, does she deserve holocost perpetrator status?

Absolutely. When Holy Mother The Church stated that abortion is intrinsically evil, that's exactly what Holy Mother The Church meant.

Or are you inferring that she is using the health of the mother as a cover for anti-life views.

I'm inferring that I trust this bitch about as far as I can throw her.

Is there a protection for the health of the mother in the bill?


That depends upon ones definition of "health of the mother". If HOTM means that saline acid is being injected into her baby still in the womb to be slowly burned to death (tortuted)... or that instruments that Mengele would be proud of inserted into to rip her baby limb from limb (again, tortured to death)... then no. There has been no proviso for HOTM.

3:24 PM  

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