The quest for a Master Race remains in place--at SCOTUS.
In a 2009 interview
with the New York Times, Ginsburg had this to say about abortion and
population control: “Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was
decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly
growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”
The Reich's Justice elaborated on that statement last week.
...Ginsburg argues that access to abortions
should be readily available to both poor and rich women, but more so the
former because they can’t afford the cost of a new child. “It makes no
sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people,” the
Supreme Court justice says....
And we all know who "poor people" are. No wonder Obozo wants her to retire.
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RBG was talking about the social atmosphere around and ramifications of ROE, a decision that occurred about 8 years before she was on the court.
....and in the 2014 interview, she was talking about 'po' folk'.
By the way, Ginsburg APPROVED of the Roe decision, as you know.
"By the way, Ginsburg APPROVED of the Roe decision, as you know."
Of course, and why not?
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