Planned Parenthood's choice to go with two Americans of African descent to shill for abortion is brazen beyond contempt. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, a racist and eugenicist whose goal was to restrict or exterminate the mongrel (black) race, must be laughing her a** off from her racist perch in heaven?
Sanger wrote in December 10, 1939:
"We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten that idea out if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! Far too many ministers in the black church today are moot on the issue, and Ms. Sanger doesn't have to worry about rebelliousness from the likes of Sean James and Al Joyner. These brothers are willing to do their part on behalf of their mothers and daughters?...
Since Roe v. Wade became law in 1973, it is estimated that as many as 18 million black children have been slain. This is Margaret Sanger's black genocide. When you consider the scourge that Planned Parenthood (in the name of... choice) has unleashed on the nation, the word holocaust doesn't seem strong enough.
Recently one of my detractors said of me that I was willfully blind on matters of race and politics...
Race and politics.
Well, on the issues of life and death, race and responsibility, and fatherhood v. feminism, many Americans of African descent are either willfully ignorant or they willfully refuse to see the truth. Either way the results are the same...
Two generations... lost.
"My mother showed me that only women are strong and wise. She taught me that only women can make the best decision for their health and future."
What in the hell does that mean and where was your father during feminist mommy teacher time?
"We are working toward the day when every woman will be valued, where every woman's decision about her health and her family will be respected."
OK, Sean, I get it. It's all about the woman's choice... Even when she is killing your daughter in her womb?
And I guess Joyner shares the same sentiments as President Barack Obama:
When it comes to Americans of African descent and choice, the collective has been duped. Margaret Sanger (Hitler to all blacks) would truly be pleased with their robust support for her Negro Project.