Do these types of comments go too far?
Wesley J. Smith writes in lifenews.com:
“…(I)f you really want to find the source of missing African-American voters, it is estimated that more than 16 million African-American babies weren’t born because of abortion.
“If you really want to find missing black voters, that’s where I think the finger should be pointed. Because of Roe v. Wade, and what some believe to be the targeting of African-Americans by the abortion industry, there are millions of black voters who never had a chance to cast a ballot.”
On May 13th, between 50 and 100 activists closed down two blocks of downtown Minneapolis before marching to the county government center to protest the March shooting death of biracial youth Tony Robinson by a white police officer in Madison, Wisconsin.
The march was organized by the Black Liberation Project, said member Vanessa Taylor, according to the Star Tribune.
Obamacare is similar to Massachusetts’ own Romneycare in its structure, implementation, and effectiveness.
A study came out in the New England Journal Of Medicine that shows Romneycare saves lives.
This raises the question:
How many people will die if the Supreme Court strikes down (parts of) Obamacare and takes away insurance from some people?
Would that decision (supposed to occur next year) kill people?
Majority Report video.