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Showing posts with label Nation Women's History Museum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nation Women's History Museum. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Bachmann alludes to black genocide!

Bachmann Strikes Again
As Congress considers funding for the Nation Women's History Museum, a bit of insanity ensued. The insane remarks will not surprise you as you consider the source. Michelle "The Sky is Falling" Bachmann has again fantasized and postulated for effect. 

After constructing the last sentence with attention to keyboarding as politically correct as possible, I must follow with the straight scoop. Michelle Bachmann rose to speak to Congress with an oral cavity full of outright lies and zany utterances. Basically, Bachmann, like Rand Paul, "a bit of misinformation" is a good thing. As with Paul, we expect over the to hyperbole as core to a bundle of lies from the Minnesota Congresswoman. I posit, Bachmann's lies have reached the outer-limits of sanity, and punched into the universe of "crazy" ass liar.
“Among the most troubling examples is the museum’s glowing review of the woman who embraced [the] eugenics movement in the United States, Margaret Sanger,” the Minnesota Republican explained. “She’s an abortion trailblazer, and she is the founder of Planned Parenthood, which this body has sought to defund.”  
“Yet, the museum glosses over Margaret Sanger’s avid support for sterilization of women and abortion, and for the elimination of chosen ethic groups, particularly African-Americans, and classes of people.”
As I turn the screed over to a Raw Story report on the latest Bachmann craziness, I want to state a key point.  I doubt there is one African-American in the nation (beyond 2% of the 4% black people in the GOP) who feels  a need to have Bachmann as a guardian angel. Better yet, I assert the populace isn't at all comfortable with Bachmann as a rational person, certainly not one who would have interest in the black community. 

Also, is the African-American community a convenient populace for discussion or mention of genocide?  Is Bachmann so stuck in the GOP paradigm she cannot find other demographic groups for her flawed thinking and less than honest statement? 

Michele Bachmann ties women’s museum to ‘eugenics’ and the ‘elimination’ of blacks (via Raw Story )
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on Wednesday opposed the National Women’s History Museum by connecting it to “eugenics” and same-sex marriage. During a House debate on whether or not Congress should appoint a commission to study how to move forward…