Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants to hang on as long as she can in order to preserve or ultra-liberal voice on the court.
“If I resign any time this year, [President Obama] could not successfully appoint anyone I would like to see in the court. . . [A]nybody who thinks that if I step down, Obama could appoint someone like me, they’re misguided.”
So much for an independent judiciary.
At this point, it’s all about her legacy, and promoting abortion is her stated gift to future generations.
Ginsburg is angered by the 5-4 decision that exempted businesses that have a moral aversion to killing the unborn. It’s bad enough that the State has permitted abortion on demand; it’s another thing to force businesses to pay for it. To this, Ginsburg turned a blind eye in what some have called her “blistering dissent.”
During a recent interview with Elle magazine, Ginsburg promoted her pro-abortion stance, and then said something that struck many pro-lifers as jarringly familiar. “The poor, she reasoned, should have more access to abortions because it ‘makes no sense as a national policy to promote birth only among poor people.” In a July 7, 2009 interview that appeared in the Sunday New York Times, Ginsburg said, “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.”
These are the words of a eugenicist. Margaret Sanger called these products of unfit conceptions “human weeds.”
Don’t think that eugenics is the sole domain of the Nazis. A case can be made that Adolf Hitler imbibed deeply from the waters of the American eugenics movement…