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September 28, 2014

A recent quote from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg echos the eerie observation of a quote by serial killer Albert Fish: "I like children. They taste good."

“It makes no sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people,” she said.

That interpreted conversely by pro-lifers suggests Ginsburg is advocating increased abortion among non-whites.

When coupled with a quip she made in 2009 regarding the control of "populations that we don’t want to have too many of," one could conclude that Bader is a closet advocate of eugenics.

While composing the mindset of another by forming a tapestry of ill-fitting quotes may seem dishonest, it is clear that those with leftist thinking patterns advocate government-funded 'birth control' that would be weighted towards non-whites.

Plainly stated, leftists pretend to be advocates of non-whites even as they support their slaughter through abortion.

While there is overwhelming evidence that violent crime in America decreased by an 18-year lag in direct proportion to the abortion rate, it doesn't reconcile the divergent thinking of leftism.

For example: If Ginsburg and other leftists wish to deplete less desirable population segments, they may want to reconsider their views on open-border immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens.

It is no enigma that the predatory left simultaneously pretends to advocate in favor of non-whites while wishing their children be killed under the guise of health care. Rather, it is to recognize that liberalism defies logic on virtually ever plain.

In the end the conclusion remains: If liberals were logical, they wouldn't be liberals.

Add this footnote: There are few truly poor people in America, at least relative to historical standards.

Those we classify as poverty stricken often possess flat-screen televisions, Obama phones, and EBT cards. Poverty is an abstract.

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