If Republicans talked this way, they’d be called racists

By Tom Quiner


The great Catholic thinker and writer, George Weigel, uncovered another remarkable quote from Dr. Jonathan Gruber.

You remember Dr. Gruber, of course. He famously admitted, repeatedly I might add, that Obamacare was intentionally written in a way to confuse, confound, and con the American people into believing Obamacare would do things it couldn’t possible do.

Weigel came across this remarkable quote from Dr. Gruber on the economic effects of human abortion:

“By 1993, all cohorts under the age 18 were born under legalized abortion and we estimate steady state savings of $1.6 billion per year from positive selection.”

Weigel translates for us:

“In plain English: The abortion license saved the taxpayers $1.6 billion a year because those terminated before birth were from social classes most likely to be welfare clients.

In even plainer English: Disposing of all those poor kids before they’re born is a winner.”

Liberal Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, made a similar slip in an interview when she admitted that legal activists promoting legal abortion prior to its legalization did so to cut down on the …

“… growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

Margaret Sanger (above) couldn’t have said it any better.

Here’s the dirty little secret about liberalism: the philosophy actively and emphatically supports eugenics in their policies. They don’t call it that, because that would be politically-incorrect.

For all the race-mongering fomented by the Democratic Party and their agitators, ultimately THEY are the ones that support a racist policy that is slowly but surely reducing the African-American population.

What an immoral, repugnant philosophy.



  1. Tom Maly on January 2, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    It makes me nearly come to tears…………..

  2. mamaemme on January 3, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    Unfortunately, you are preaching to the choir. Most people do not want to be faced with the truth….about Planned Parenthood, Obamacare, or anything else that is a part of the carefully constructed web of lies they have allowed themselves to become entangled in. Denial becomes a way of life. I say this with great sadness, because most of my family members are caught in this web…….

    • quinersdiner on January 3, 2015 at 1:27 pm

      I just had this conversation earlier this morning. Nothing that I write or say will sway anyone on the farthest third of the political spectrum. However, there are a lot of folks in the middle third who will listen. Thus, I continue writing.