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The Place of Women on the Court

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posted on Jul, 12 2009 @ 02:44 AM
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The Place of Women on the Court


www.nytimes.com

In late February, three weeks after she had an operation for a recurrence of cancer, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg went to Barack Obama’s first address to Congress. Given the circumstances, it wasn’t an event anyone expected her to attend. She went, she said, because she wanted the country to see that there was a woman on the Supreme Court.
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posted on Jul, 12 2009 @ 02:44 AM
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The shade of eugenics continues to fall over the abortion question and the motive of its advocates. In reading this section of today's interview in the NYT one might be led to ask which populations don't "we" want to have too many of, and, who is "we"?

Many people, while remaining pro-choice to an extent, say they dislike the notion of using abortion as a means of birth control yet a certain "we" (and a powerful one) sees it as a means of exactly that and particularly among certain groups.

Kissinger and NSSM 200 fit in nicely with such sentiments and the current president's reversal of the ban on using federal money to promote/procur overseas abortion services. If anyone from the "right" had said anything even ressembling these comments, and those of the celebrated Sanger, there would be uproar - however, today's extraordinary admission from Ginsburg falls right under the MSN's radar. Another reason for us to be proded into wakefulness - or shall some appear here to justify the wisdom of such population control ... here's waiting.

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