Group of 99% whites raises money to destroy group of 76% blacks. Anyone else find that creepy?

As Jill Stanek noted:

“a predominantly White organization raises funds to help kill babies in a predominately Black city.” This seemed apparent by all the Caucasian attendees noted in the video as well as the party photos DCAF posted.

Anyone else wonder why the mainstream media doesn’t find that newsworthy, especially given their obsession with alleged TEA Party racism?  On the surface, would that seem a bit racist to anyone?  Is it a coincidence that Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist?

“Too many aborted”–abortion in the black community

I encourage you to visit Too Many Aborted to learn more about what abortion has done in the black community. As you may know, the rate of abortions for blacks is three times that of whites (and Hispanics are double that of whites). Of course, those ratios aren’t high enough for pro-aborts, as they want to have taxpayer-funded abortions so you can help increase them.

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice is one of the most vile “religious” organizations in existence. While they can’t agree about who God is, they are certain that all religions support unrestricted abortion and that abortion is swell for blacks. How ghoulish.

If pro-lifers favored an issue that resulted in a dramatically higher mortality rate for blacks it would be on the news every day. Yet most people aren’t aware of this.

To state the obvious, abortions kill innocent human beings whether they are done to blacks or whites.

This isn’t science versus religion, by the way. It is a scientific fact that the unborn are unique, living human beings from conception. Theological liberals oppose science and religion when it comes to life.

(I found the RCRC link from race-baiting false teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie, who is pro-legalized abortion and wants taxpayer-funded abortions but hypocritically mentions Jesus’ concern for the “least of these” in many of his posts.)

Roundup

How hard work and business ownership makes people conservative – that should be a “duh” title, but in our country today you actually have to explain it. 

Glenn on Christian Scientists – the religion, not the scientists

‘Eggsploitation’ documentary reveals infertility industry secrets – it is really creepy what they are doing to women, and with very little oversight. 

Obama spent 23 million taxpayer dollars to promote abortion in Kenya – your tax dollars at work.  I was sorry to hear that the Constitutional changes passed in Kenya, but was glad there was no violence afterwards. 

Failing Dems try to “F” the Tea Party movement

The Democrats failed efforts to disparage the movement have included:

  • Attempts to paint the Tea Party Movement as racist.

Ten Reasons Christianity is Far Superior to Any Other Religion – Good for Pastor Timothy, who got to present this on the radio!

In DC News, Truth Is a Firing Offense — “an ABC affiliate in DC hassuspended reporter Doug McKelway for telling the truth” that Obama had received the most donations from BP employees. 

Courtesy of Pastor Timothy, check out this preview.  Watch it and consider the facts about abortion, prison and more.  Do you seriously think Democrats have helped the black community?! 

The following is put together by some blacks who get the tyranny of liberalism/socialism and the Democratic party. They see that all those freebies from the government do not bring freedom to the people, but slavery and bondage. Watch the trailer, it’s worth it.

Classic video.  Just wish it included the attempted save where he pretends to have been playing a character from an episode that has some sort of evil Captain Kirk double.  (I’m not a Trek fan.  Not at all.  But Shatner was great on SNL.)

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MSNBC: anti-black and anti-Hispanic?

Yes, according to their standards.  They are apparently anti-logic and consistency as well, but pro-hypocrisy. 

Note to Keith and Co.: You are pro-abortion, including advocating taxpayer funded abortions.  Those already destroy black human beings at a rate three times that of whites, and Obama’s plan to require taxpayer funded abortions (despite his repeated lies about the topic) will increase that. 

Even if you aren’t racist, your policies drive the ultimate racism.  Margaret Sanger, the found of Planned Parenthood, would be proud.  She worked very hard to limit the creation of blacks and others she deemed as undesirable. 

If you want to play the race card, I’ll trump you with this every time.  Abortions are way more racist than pickup trucks.

Hat tip: Hillbuzz

Are pickup trucks racist?

Before Scott Brown’s election, Howard Fineman (Newsweek) and Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) speculated that pickup trucks are code for racism.  Yeah, because the people of Massachusetts have always been closet racists and just voted for Obama and countless extreme Liberals these past decades out of white guilt.  All they needed to see was a couple campaign ads with pickups and voila’, out came their inner Jim Crow!

FINEMAN: Maybe not in Massachusetts, but maybe in some places, there are codes, there are images, ah, you know, there are pickup trucks, uh, you could say there was a racial aspect to it one way or another.

OLBERMANN: What were the Scott Brown ads, though?  Every one of the Scott Brown ads had him in a pickup truck.

FINEMAN: That’s why I mentioned pickup trucks.  I mean, my mind goes back to Fred Thompson down in Tennessee.

Hot Air asked some obvious questions:

Pickup trucks are now racist?  I’m curious; do the people who make trucks also qualify as racists?  How about the truck manufacturers that advertise on NBC and MS-NBC?  I wonder if they like the implication that pickup trucks and the people who buy them are really latent haters and bigots.    Maybe someone should let them know about it, huh?

But here’s the most amazing thing to me: Fineman, Olbermann and virtually all these Liberals are pro-legalized abortion, which destroys black children at a rate three times that of whites.

Meditate on that.  Those that are the first to cry RAAAAACISM almost always support unrestricted abortions, which are genocidal to the black community. 

No, pickup trucks aren’t racist.   But abortion rates in the U.S. are. 

Are pro-choicers racist?  Perhaps not, but which would be more evidence for racism: Pickup trucks or supporting a process that kills blacks at a rate 3x that of whites?

Which sounds more like a code phrase for racism: “I drive a pickup truck” or “We support unrestricted abortions because we don’t want children to be poor.”  (Uh, and what color are most of those children, proportionately speaking?) 

Never let pro-choicers (or anyone else, for that matter) call Conservatives racist.  Remind them that Planned Parenthood kills more black human beings in a day than the KKK ever did.  If supporting a process that kills blacks at a rate 3x that of whites isn’t racist, what is?

Race and gender

Harry Reid’s comments about President Obama’s skin color and speech revealed much. It shows who is really post-racial.

I wouldn’t have voted for someone with Obama’s views regardless of skin color. I would vote for someone of any skin color, including someone darker than Obama, if he or she held the right views. In other words, even though McCain wasn’t great, if he and Obama had switched views I would have voted for Obama.

Do some vote based on skin color? Sure, but it is, ironically enough, a minority – just like some wouldn’t vote for Palin because she’s a woman.

But the media forgot to point out that regardless of what you thought of Palin’s views, the support for her annihilated the canard that conservatives as a group are sexist. The Left hated her because she destroyed the “conservatives are anti-women” meme, plus the fact that she didn’t have her son destroyed just because he had Down Syndrome or because she had too many kids already.

The same goes for skin color. Conservatives are more likely to focus on ideas, not race or gender.

The speech pattern comment was irrelevant. Anyone who speaks in a profoundly inarticulate way won’t get elected regardless of skin color. (And spare me the President Bush jokes unless you are willing to concede how badly Obama stumbles without a TelePrompTer.)

Reid really tipped his hand about his core beliefs. And how hypocritical that Conservatives who make racially insensitive remarks are destroyed but Liberals who do so are pre-forgiven. Shouldn’t the stakes for the Politically Correct crowd be at least as high if not higher? Wasn’t Reid guilty of hate speech?

I am so sick of the race card

I am so tired of the race card being played every time someone disagrees with President Obama.  From now on I’ll just treat it as the pathetic concession speech that it is — i.e, “I have no arguments against your position, so I’ll call you a racist.  I win!”

It isn’t the color of his skin, it is the thickness, along with his awful ideas. 

Do you seriously think we’d be opposing a 100% black person who was pro-life, anti-socialism, etc.?  I wouldn’t care if the whole administration was non-white as long as they weren’t pro-abortion, pro-government takeover of one thing after another (health care, automotive, banking, etc.), and more.

To those playing the race card: We achieved Rev. King’s dream of judging people by their character instead of their skin color a long time ago.  Come join us, it is a great way to live! 

Does racism still exist?  Sure, but not in a large enough way to influence the opposition to Obama.  Remember, his poll numbers are falling faster than any President in history.  Do you seriously think that the “racists” just realized he was black and changed their views?

Publicly funded abortions and racism

Why do pro-abortionists want you to fund abortions with your tax dollars?  Is it because the ratio of black abortions to white is “only” three to one?  How high do they want it to be?

The abortion ratio for black women (491 per 1,000 live births) was 3.0 times the ratio for white women (165 per 1,000), and the ratio for women of the nonhomogeneous “other” race category (347 per 1,000) was 2.1 times the ratio for white women — source.

And yes, I used the term pro-abortion instead of just pro-legalized abortion.  When you want to force other people to fund abortions then you can no longer claim to be pro-choice or even just pro-legalized abortion.

More on racism and abortion here, and don’t forget about Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger.

Roundup

Wichita Pro-Life Group Attacked, Police Shrug and Pro-lifer dodges SUV driven by pro-abortionist — Hmmmm . . . why aren’t we hearing more about this from the MSM?  Because it doesn’t fit the stereotypes and the agenda?

Speaking of the MSM, I wonder if they’ll cover this Duke rape case as thoroughly as they did the one with the Lacrosse players (this one involves a member of a white homosexual couple sexually offering up his adopted 5 yr. old son for sex). 

They aren’t off to a good start.

The Associate Press (AP) did not mention the fact that the five-year old offered up for molestation was black. Bringing that fact to light might be damaging to the political coalition that exists between blacks and gays. Nor did the AP mention that the adopted child is being raised by a homosexual couple. Bringing that fact to light might harm the gay adoption movement.

Randy Alcorn on Counting the Cost of Sexual Immorality — we discussed adultery in a recent Roundup about Mark Sanford and I thought Randy’s advice was outstanding.  He has a list of all the anticipated consequences of sexual immorality for him.  Great reminders.  Read the whole thing.

  • Grieving my Lord; displeasing the One whose opinion most matters.
  • Dragging into the mud Christ’s sacred reputation.
  • Loss of reward and commendation from God.
  • Having to one day look Jesus in the face at the judgment seat and give an account of why I did it. Forcing God to discipline me in various ways.
  • Following in the footsteps of men I know of whose immorality forfeited their ministry and caused me to shudder. List of these names:
  • Suffering of innocent people around me who would get hit by my shrapnel (a la Achan).
  • Untold hurt to Nanci, my best friend and loyal wife.
  • Loss of Nanci’s respect and trust.
  • Hurt to and loss of credibility with my beloved daughters, Karina and Angela. (“Why listen to a man who betrayed Mom and us?”)
  • If my blindness should continue or my family be unable to forgive, I could lose my wife and my children forever.
  • And more . . .

    John Piper on Why I Don’t Have a Television and Rarely Go to Movies

    I have a high tolerance for violence, high tolerance for bad language, and zero tolerance for nudity. There is a reason for these differences. The violence is make-believe. They don’t really mean those bad words. But that lady is really naked, and I am really watching. And somewhere she has a brokenhearted father.

    . . .

    But leave sex aside (as if that were possible for fifteen minutes on TV). It’s the unremitting triviality that makes television so deadly. What we desperately need is help to enlarge our capacities to be moved by the immeasurable glories of Christ. Television takes us almost constantly in the opposite direction, lowering, shrinking, and deadening our capacities for worshiping Christ.

    One more smaller concern with TV (besides its addictive tendencies, trivialization of life, and deadening effects): It takes time. I have so many things I want to accomplish in this one short life. Don’t waste your life is not a catchphrase for me; it’s a cliff I walk beside every day with trembling.

    I don’t watch much TV anymore but I do watch a little more than in recent years.  That is a good reminder.

    Ending racism?

    Gayle had a great piece on racism with this video of Morgan Freeman, which I heartily 2nd.

    I keep waiting for the Liberals to fulfill MLK’s dream — that is, judging people by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. Conservatives, by and large, did so a long time ago. 

    I don’t care about the color of Obama’s skin (though I care about how thin it is).  I just think he has awful policies that are doing great harm to this country.

    Liberals tend to use the word racist just like they do homophobe, as a ridiculous pejorative designed to demonize their opponents and to shut off legitimate conversations.  You often see it when they are getting crushed by facts and logic in a debate.

    Roundup

    naked-gun2Please go read The Naked Gun on the theology of ministry at Patrick’s blog.  If nothing else, you’ll laugh at a great clip from the movie.

    Sanctity of Human Life Sunday will be January 18th this year (as well as January 25th in some places).  Last year I was able to speak at a couple Sunday School classes at a large local church.  I’m going to be the Board President for CareNet in 2009 so I’m hoping there will be more speaking opportunities to educate people on all the great things CareNet does for women and their families, as well as how to articulate the pro-life message.

    Randy Alcorn is an amazing pro-life apologist (among other things) and is offering his book Why Pro-life? for only $1.60 each (in case quantities) to help churches equip people with the pro-life message.  Let your pastor know that these are available!  It would be a great way to educate people.  Randy is a very winsome and persuasive author.

    Here’s some good news: The Love Dare book from the Fireproof movie is #2 on the NYT Best Seller list.

    People Said to Believe in Aliens and Ghosts More Than God – This is sad but also amusing, especially with people insisting that it is the advanced education of the West that keeps them from an “irrational” belief in God. They make nice bookends for the deliberately unclear “thinkers” on the other end of the spectrum who insist that there is no truth.

    Going rate to kill a pastor: $250 – Hindu extremist groups are offering money, food and alcohol to anyone who murders Christians and destroys their homes.

    Obama, Can You Spare Blacks A Proclamation? – this is quite a list!

    Predictably, the Abortion President is putting together a seriously anti-life, anti-family Cabinet

    Weekly roundup

    Fighting for the Faith has a good analysis of the false teachings of Chuck Currie.  The host plays the whole audio of Chuck’s “sermon” with comments interspersed, so you know you are getting the full context. 

    Side note: Chuck still hasn’t backed up his accusations that I left comments on his blog that were “racist, sexist, homophobic” and included “offensive language and more.”  I was curious to see if he would ever provide evidence or apologize, but all he said on his blog was, “Neil, Thanks for all your e-mails on this. I’m sorry that I don’t have the time to write back each day in person but thanks for your feedback.”

    False teacher.  False accusations.  Shocking.  Maybe this week’s sermon will be on honesty.  Or asking forgiveness when you lie about someone.  No, it will probably be about why Jesus is pro-legalized partial birth abortion, anti-parental notification, anti-informed consent, etc.  (Yes, Chuck, some religious groups do support the choice to destroy the unborn — false and apostate religious groups, including segments of the Methodist Church.)

    Unions prepare for BIG payday with new Prez

    And, in keeping with the Times’ journalistic malpractice, quite a few things are misrepresented in favor of the unions. Take “card check” for instance. Check out how the Times describes the fact that this horrible law will take away one of the oldest democratic rights there is.

    “Labor’s No. 1 priority is a piece of legislation called the Employee Free Choice Act, also known as the card-check bill. The bill would give workers the right to join a union as soon as a majority of employees at a workplace signed cards saying they wanted one. Business groups have attacked the legislation because it would take away employers’ right to insist on holding a secret-ballot election to determine whether workers favored unionization.”

    Once again, liberals think abortion is moral but displaying pictures of it is immoral.  I think that pictures of the Holocaust are unpleasant, but I am quite certain that the killings were immoral and showing the pictures is not immoral. 

    Lots of racism from some GLBTQ folks – the violent and viscious reactions continue from their Proposition 8 loss.  I would expect black folks to be irritated that the gay lobby is trying to co-opt the Civil Rights agenda.  Do the GLBTQ folks think it is a winning strategy to alienate blacks and say how uneducated they are for voting Yes on 8? 

    And even if pro-Prop 8 voters have less eduction than average, please remember that intelligence and wisdom are two different things.  You don’t need a PhD to know the definition of marriage.  I’m also reminded of this quote by J. Budziszewski:

    Though it always comes as a surprise to intellectuals, there are some forms of stupidity that you must be highly intelligent and educated to commit.

    P.S. to Arnold: Skin color is morally neutral, sexual behavior is not.

    Crazy lefties attack old lady at No on 8 protest.  The only amusing thing in this horrible incident was when the hopelessly PC anchorman said, “a lot of hate evidently on both sides.”  Uh, sure, buddy.  The quiet old lady carrying the cross was really dishing out the hate to that mob.

    Violence and disruption of a church service by a gay anarchist group in Michigan – It is hard to believe no one was arrested.  Ask yourself why you aren’t seeing this on the national news.

    Hat tip to Kris for the cartoon below.  I had no idea that 1% in a margin of victory made such a big difference!  I do find the “we need to unite behind the President” theme a little ironic, because the reality is that we don’t need to do that any more than the Democrats did when Bush was President. 

    This site is a little racy, but makes a great point about the messages from 52 to 48 blather going around.  This is the sanitized version: Starting prior to the 2001 inauguration, you and your bought and paid for media demonized President Bush and conservatives over anything and everything, and now you want to play nice and demand unity?  Give me a break.  We won’t be vile like the Left has been, but we will complain now and keep complaining all we like.  Will I pray for our leaders?  Yes, because I’m commanded to.  But my prayers will include requests that their dreams be haunted by visions of the slaughter of the unborn, the shattered lives of those who have abortions and the last breaths of those born alive but left to die.

    P.S. Does this mean California is united against government recognition of oxymoronic same-sex marriage?  I recall that the margin was quite similar.bush_obama

    Zo has my vote for head of the Republican National Committee

    “After complaints of one-sided reporting, the Washington Post checked their own articles and agreed.”  Golly!

    Pro-Obama = anti-black

    And pro-Mccain / Palin = pro-black.  Really.  Here’s why.

    I think McCain’s economic, defense, energy and other plans will ultimately be better for blacks, but even if they won’t the title is still true.

    There are two indisputable facts to consider:

    1. Abortions will increase under an Obama administration.  Obama clearly stated that his top priority as President would be to sign the “Freedom of Choice Act,” which would effectively eliminate every guideline, regulation, restriction, and limit on the multi-billion dollar abortion industry in the U.S. (see the video below).  He is on the record for being pro-partial birth abortion (he knows his “health” exception makes any restrictions meaningless) and wouldn’t even vote for the Born Alive Infant Protection Act (his attempts to spin that have been thoroughly debunked).  Judges he would appoint would be pro-choice, so the legacy could last for decades.  The evidence is overwhelming: He is radically pro-legalized abortion with no restrictions.
    2. Abortion rates in the black community are three times that of whites.

    In short, Obama is wildly pro-abortion and abortions are disproportionately high in black communities.

    Therefore, with Obama you will have many more black human beings crushed and dismembered in the womb and blacks will be a smaller and smaller percentage of society than they would have otherwise.  And that means less influence over politics and such.

    It is indisputable that Obama’s policies will result in many more dead black people.  I cannot see why people think his slightly different shade of melanin will more than make up for that.

    Pro-choicers may or may not be racist, but their policies are bad for black human beings.  The facts speak loudly and clearly. 

    • Pro-choice = anti-black
    • Pro-life = pro-black
    • Pro-McCain / Palin = pro-black
    • Pro-Obama = anti-black

    The scariest part about Obama

    gavel.jpgThere are so many awful aspects to Obama’s views, but I think his plans for judges are the worst.  They are not only horrific ideas themselves and a grand display of his ignorance on this topic (my 10th grader knew to mock his misunderstanding of the role of judges), the judicial appointments can impact us for many years.

    I got this from the Democratic Underground, with their emphasis added. 

    Speaking at the Planned Parenthood conference in DC this afternoon, Barack Obama leveled harsh words at conservative Supreme Court justices, and he offered his own intention to appoint justices with “empathy.” Obama hinted that the court’s recent decision in Gonzales v. Carhart — which upheld a ban on partial-birth abortion — was part of “a concerted effort to steadily roll back” access to abortions. And he ridiculed Justice Anthony Kennedy, who wrote that case’s majority opinion. “Justice Kennedy knows many things,” he declared, “but my understanding is that he does not know how to be a doctor.”

    Obama also won a laugh at the expense of Chief Justice John Roberts, saying that judgments of Roberts’ character during his confirmation hearings were largely superficial. “He loves his wife. He’s good to his dog,” he joked, adding that judicial philosophy should be weighted more seriously than such evaluations. “We need somebody who’s got the heart, the empathy, to recognize what it’s like to be a young teenage mom. The empathy to understand what it’s like to be poor, or African-American, or gay, or disabled, or old. And that’s the criteria by which I’m going to be selecting my judges.”

    Now I have plenty of empathy for all those folks.  I am a board member, volunteer and contributor to CareNet Pregnancy Center, which helps teen moms (among others).  I spend time with the poor on mission trips and with donations.  I have lots of black friends (And they typically prefer “black” to “African-American.”  I do have a true African-American friend, but he’s from South Africa so I don’t think it counts).  I know plenty of gay people and we get along fine.  My family visits disabled and old people at a nursing home with our dogs.  And so on.

    But that has nothing to do with how one interprets law!  What a train wreck of bad thinking on Obama’s part.  What about having judges do what they are supposed to do: Interpret law instead of creating it?

    God loves justice, but He doesn’t want it skewed for the rich or the poor.