Years ago, Charmaine appeared on CNN — Jesse Jackson’s Both Sides with Mary Hartwood Futrell. And Wade Horn, at the time with Children’s Bureau, HHS.
L to R: Futrell, Jackson, Horn, Yoest
Jesse Jackson kissed Charmaine’s hand; a gallant gesture. Who knew he was such a gentleman?
If the Alert Voter wishes to learn what Obama would do in Education; K to 12, we can see that Obama would do exactly what Jackson would do.
They both would follow the teachers’ union.
When Your Business Blogger(R) was moving kith and kin back to Ol’ Virginnie, we decided on a particular High School.
But we had to live in a particular neighborhood. I could not send my kids to the school of my choice and live where I wanted to live. The Teachers’ Union dictated where I would live, if I wanted that school.
I could not choose my school.
Sounds like something out of Soviet Russia…
Conservatives simply want to send their children where they want. We pay the taxes, but we cannot decide.
Liberals will send their (unaborted) children to where ever the Teachers’ Union so directs.
The following video clip is based on the actual Obama-cult song recorded by (non-aborted) children who were manipulated into supporting a presidential candidate…and, of course, a clip from the famous movie “Cabaret.”
The party of death started with abortion, but its sickle has gone from threatening the unborn, to the elderly, to the disabled; it has swept from the maternity ward to the cloning laboratory to a generalized disregard for ‘inconvenient’ human life.
A good indicator of how the pro-life position is winning is the extreme rhetoric people use in opposing it. The more ground the pro-life position gains, the more extreme the rhetoric we hear form those who oppose us. Hate mail is a good case in point.
Everything you think you know about Roe v. Wade is a lie…
Pull out quotes from The Party of Death at the jump.
October 9th – 2008Americans United for Life is celebrating their annual gala in Chicago. Ramesh Ponnuru, the Senior Editor for National Review and author of The Party of Death is the keynoter.
Pictured is one of the less clever but presentable pieces of hate mail received by AUL.
Roll over for enlargement.
The Alert Reader will note a photo of Charmaine at UVA and Ramesh Ponnuru and various symbols of Germany’s National Socialism.
(There are two “N” words that are not used in polite company. One is a slander for African-Americans; the other is a four letter word for National Socialism.) (The Party of Death uses this four letter word repeatedly. The Party of Death is not polite company…)
If you are anywhere near Chicago-land on 9 October  come hear Ramesh speak. Register here.
Herb London, Hudson Institute President & THL Trustee, will take a look at Sarah Palin and her exposure to Foreign Policy.
Grover Norquist, American’s for Tax Reform President & THL Trustee, will give an overview what Gov. Palin offers to conservatives and why all the concern from the left.
Mark Hyman, Syndicated TV Commentator & THL Trustee, will discuss the media’s attention to Sarah Palin.
Allison Kasic, Director of The R. Gaull Silberman Center for Collegiate Studies at Independent Women’s Forum, will address what the nomination of Gov. Palin means to conservative women.
Charmaine Yoest, Americans United for Life President, will discuss what Sarah Palin means and would as Vice President mean to the pro-life movement.
Rarely do Vice-Presidential candidates get the attention that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is currently receiving. No other vice presidential candidate in modern history has excited their base and caused such concern and scrutiny into leadership experience, foreign policy and national security qualifications, and family values by the other party as has Sarah Palin.
Please take the time to listen to and forward on this important Harbour League conference call to discussing what Governor Sarah Palin means to the Conservative movement.
Please Note: The Harbour League is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. This call is not intended to be an endorsement or in support of any candidate.
For the new Barack Obama “faith tour” to have any success, it needs to be able to draw young and evangelical voters.
Yet, at its first stop in the Virginia back yard of well-known pastor Jerry Falwell, just 15 people showed up for the event.
The Obama campaign has signed up evangelical author Donald Miller, Pepperdine University professor Doug Kmiec and former Indiana Congressman Tim Roemer, for the “Barack Obama: Faith, Family and Values Tour.”
The trio made a stop at Liberty University, which is home to over 10,000 evangelical students from across the county and a conservative bastion in a state Obama is targeting heavily in this election. Yet, his “faith tour” failed to resonate with people there.
Billy Valentine, director of Catholics for McCain, a grassroots organization of young Catholics not affiliated with the McCain campaign, told LifeNews.com he’s not surprised the event flopped.
“Young Evangelicals and Catholics alike can’t be deceived by Obama’s empty rhetoric, and instead realize that an Obama administration would laugh in the face of the human rights issues they passionately fight for, such as the right to life,” he said.
The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.
Founder Planned Parenthood
Barack Obama voted against his state’s Born Alive Infant Protection Act. His vote would allow babies born alive — from a botched abortion — to die by withholding treatment.
Obama’s concern was that his vote might lead to overturning Roe v Wade which made abortion legal through all nine months – and beyond.
His philosophy is not new.
Supports Planned Parenthood
This thinking was born, so to say, at the turn of the last century and made “popular” by Margaret Sanger, founder of modern Planned Parenthood.
In 2003, Edwin Black wrote a national bestseller War against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign To Create A Master Race.
War on the WeakAuthor Edwin Black does not oppose abortion. But he is nevertheless horrified by the disgust that elite Americans feel for the weak, “the least among us.”
Elitists like Obama.
Edwin Black writes,
Sanger’s solutions were mass sterilization and mass segregation of the defective classes, and these themes were repeated often in [her book] Pivot of Civilization.
“The emergency problem of segregation and sterilization must be faced immediately. Every feeble-minded girl or woman of the hereditary type, especially of the moron class, should be segregated during the reproductive period.
Otherwise, she is almost certain to bear imbecile children, who in turn are just as certain to breed male defectives. The male defectives are no less dangerous.
Segregation carried out for one or two generations would give us only partial control of the problem.
Moreover, when we realized that each feeble-minded person is a potential source of endless progeny of defect, we prefer the policy of immediate sterilization, of making sure that parenthood is absolutely prohibited to the feeble-minded.”
Edwin Black then guides us to Margaret Sanger’s solution,
Sanger was willing to employ striking language to argue against the inherent misery and defect of large families. In her book, Woman and the New Race, she bluntly declared,
“Many, perhaps, will think it idle to go farther in demonstrating the immorality of large families, but since there is still an abundance of proof at hand, it may be offered for the sake of those who find difficulty in adjusting old-fashioned ideas to the facts.
The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
It would appear that elitists like Obama, in keeping with Margaret Sanger’s world view, might have prefered that the Palins abort Trigg, Sarah’s Down syndrome newborn.
What kind of political party would even consider a man with this world view to govern?
Edwin Black tells us more and connects the events in War Against The Weak,
During the period between the wars, the American [eugenics] movement viewed National Socialism [in Germany] as a rising force that could, if empowered, impose a new biological world order. [National Socialism] eugenicists promised to dispense with the niceties of democratic rule.
So even if America’s tower of legislation, well-funded research and entrenched bureaucratic programs still monopolized the world of applied eugenics in the 1920′s, National Socialism promised to own the next decade.