Mike Christie Minich 
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Re: “Guest Commentary

Mike here. I am Not Jane Roe. Women have a womb, breasts and a disposition to nurture children that are the natural result of intercourse. Woman is by design built to the task. The greatest responsibility one could have is to raise a generation. The traditional mother who stays home to raise her children is NOT deficient in life, but the most privileged. She actually is most treasured, the seat of culture IF culture is to be valued.
Consequently if pleasure is valued above nurture, being a worker valued above raising children, self valued above supporting dependent children; then you have a great need for abortion, public school and state entitlements like daycare, medicine, etc... Someone must rock the cradle, will it be a loving mother, or big brother?

TXJesse, Margaret Sanger was not a hero, unless you support a radical Darwinistic Socialism.

From Wikipedia:
As part of her efforts to promote birth control, Sanger found common cause with proponents of eugenics, believing that they both sought to "assist the race toward the elimination of the unfit.

Sanger also supported restrictive immigration policies. In "A Plan for Peace", a 1932 essay, she proposed a congressional department to address population problems. She also recommended that immigration exclude those "whose condition is known to be detrimental to the stamina of the race," and that sterilization and segregation be applied to those with incurable, hereditary disabilities.

Sanger was opposed to abortions, both because they were dangerous for the mother in the early 20th century and because she believed that life should not be terminated after conception.

Sanger was a Eugenicist. Her first edition of "The Woman Rebel No Gods No Masters" pretty much sums up her socialist mindset. She was either a well tenured useful idiot, or a good Marxist.

At the above link are some good quotes that let you see the real Margaret.
"The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it."
Margaret Sanger, Women and the New Race
(Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923)

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Posted by Mike Christie Minich on 01/19/2013 at 6:21 AM

Re: “Guest Commentary

I am NOT Jane Roe. In fact, Norma is NO LONGER Jane Roe. She regrets allowing herself to be USED by PP and others to propagate a class war in the U.S. directed at the weakest of our citizens. Don't forget, the original purpose of Planned Parenthood was to eliminate minorities!
A woman has NO RIGHT to end another person's life, even if that life is dependent upon her body, anymore than a person can end a babie's life once it is outside of the womb. But wait, I forgot....
BABIES are NOT safe outside of the womb either, especially if they are born handicapped.
You can actually have them starved to death in a hospital! I have witnessed it.
I mourn all the astronomers, doctors, pianists, artists, dancers, leaders and genuinely kind people who were never given the gift to live a life, due to shortsightedness and fear.
And, because somebody else thought their parents shouldn't have a child.

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Posted by Mike Christie Minich on 01/18/2013 at 9:53 AM

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