Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Who's more KKK?

Heather Hogue, writing in The Examiner.com, reports:

Rep. John Dingell (D-MI) says town hall crowds remind him of the [Ku Klux] Klan.

Here's the clip, complete with the talking-head asking a question calculated to set-up the blustering, sanctimonious indignation of a man who must surely make the founders spin in their graves:

We can strip this utterance of its disingenuousness and reduce it to its bare essentials in a few tidy paragraphs. To wit:

First, these talking points, in which obama's spokespersons, formerly known as your representatives, demonize you for daring to participate in the American political process, have become cliche. The more these -- what can you call them besides "obama-bots" -- repeat them, the more ridiculous they all look.

But since they're bringing up the KKK (and Nazis, which we alluded to in the previous post on Fascism in America), let's remind ourselves of who really is more directly linked to the KKK, and who should be reminding normal, honest people about that wicked cabal.

By now everybody has seen the pictures and read the transcripts of Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger, addressing adoring KKK members at some of their meetings.
I got your back!

By now everyone has seen footage of President Obama giving his valuable time to address Ms. Sanger's legacy organization during his campaign, and sending emmissaries there to speak continually.

And by now everyone's seen the stories and read the quotes from Hillary Clinton's acceptance of Planned Parenthood's Margaret Sanger Award for Achievement. That august event is recorded in three parts, conveniently presented below.


(During the first 60 seconds of part 3, the Secretary of State declares that "models" predict that nations most likely to suffer economic decline and social decay are those with the highest infant mortality rate. She then suggests that the solution is..."family planning." In other words, the cure for infant mortality is government funded abortion, and this is the price a society must pay for "economic growth" and social stability. This is consistent with Ms. Sanger's dictum: “The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” Margaret Sanger, Women and the New Race (Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923))

These people who have duped you into electing them, who see "abuse of power" as a privilege, who liken you to "KKK" and "Nazis", who have hijacked the American system to create a Fascist nightmare, are becoming victims of their own native sloth. They make it so easy to make them look ridiculous.


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