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This is help?!?

January 22, 2011

Maybe hatred, double standards and vitriol are a good thing, compared to the “help” that the left offers those they profess to protect and care for…

Two articles caught my eye today & frankly, if I were a racial minority I’d be reconsidering my loyalties to voting a straight liberal ticket…First from the WSJ, an article about a book from an African-American economist Walter Williams

Mr. Williams distinguished himself in the mid-1970s through his research on the effects of the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931—which got the government involved in setting wage levels…

One of Congress’s goals at the time was to stop black laborers from displacing whites by working for less money…Today just 17% of construction workers are unionized, but Democratic politicians, in deference to the AFL-CIO, have kept Davis-Bacon in place to protect them. Because most black construction workers aren’t union members… the law has the effect of freezing them out of jobs.

So, maybe economics aren’t their forte. Perhaps the policies are creating a more positive result when it comes to individual rights?

The welfare state has done to black Americans what slavery couldn’t do, what Jim Crow couldn’t do, what the harshest racism couldn’t do,” Mr. Williams says. “And that is to destroy the black family.”

Reading articles about the Philly doctor from Lori Ziganto, Cassy Fiano, plus the statistic where 41% of all NYC pregnancies are estimated to be aborted & among the non-Hispanic minorities the rate is 59.8%… That’s not what I call “rare”. So, is it helping minorities economically? from Star Parker “We’re all inner-city Blacks now” the black poverty rate, almost a quarter of the black population, has remained frozen at twice the national average since the late 1960s.

It’s also eradicating a generation of African Americans at a rate that would have made Margaret Sanger  thrilled

In 1922 her book The Pivot of Civilization became a best-seller, one of the first such popular works to openly support Malthusian Eugenics. In the book, she urged the elimination of “human weeds”, the “cessation of charity”, the segregation of “morons, misfits, and the maladjusted,” and the sterilization of “genetically inferior races.

Margaret … is documented as saying, “We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”15 This statement, written in a 1939 letter to a colleague, can be taken in one of two ways

Whether she didn’t want them believing she was aiming for extermination when she was simply trying to ensure their population stays a minority or wanted to hide that her intent was really to exterminate them is unknown. What we do know are the results… From a site that has a lot of data statistics

in the United States, abortion kills minority children at more than 3 times the rate of non-Hispanic, white children. The rate is even worse for black children….

According to the most recent census data available for race (2000), black women make up 12.3% of the female population in America2, but accounted for 36.4% of all U.S. abortions in 20063 – that according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). …Compare those numbers to non-Hispanic, white women, who make up 69% of America’s female population9, but account for only 36% of all U.S. abortions10 (36.1% according to the CDC11).

Updated 1/23 to fix some grammatical “whoopsies” from writing too quickly….

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