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Saturday, October 01, 2005

The REAL Reason Bill Bennett Wants Black Babies Aborted

Recently, former Education Secretary William Bennett made some questionable comments on his morning radio program, creatively and originally titled Morning in America. You know, it used to be called America Beforeth The Sun Reacheth Directly Overheadeth, but I think it just confused people.

He said this...
"But I do know that it's true that if you wanted to reduce crime, you could, if that were your sole purpose, you could abort every black baby in this country and your crime rate would go down."

Now, I have a scientific mind. Though his statement is rather racist, I wouldn't get completely bent out of shape if he was just hypothesizing. Freedom of speech is what it is. So, hearing that, assuming it's mere hypothesis, you would anticipate some sort of minor retraction. Which he provided.

And then stomped on.

"That would be an impossibly ridiculous and morally reprehensible thing to do, but your crime rate would go down."

If he had just stopped at "to do," I would have probably let it go. But he just kept going.

It's like saying, "You know, what if the Holocaust never DID happen?" A harmless hypothesis. And then following it with, "It wouldn't be a very nice thing to say, but seriously, it never did. Let's abort black babies!"

Or saying, "What if God destroyed New Orleans because it was home to vast amounts of sin?" Again, a hypothesis which harms no one. And then following it with, "I mean, we shouldn't say that, but we know it's a predominantly Black area and God hates Black people. Let's abort black babies! Who's with me!"

See where it goes awry? Well, not so much "awry" as fucking bat-shit insane.

Like I said, I have a very scientific mind. Curious. I wondered why Bill Bennett really wanted to abort all black babies. He says because of crime rates, but everyone knows that with any type of genocide, the crime rates automatically go down. Because there's simply less people to make them go up. Heh, it's common sense.

No, it wasn't crime rates he was after.

Little known fact: Bill Bennett likey the gambling. The thing is, he's not very good. In fact, he's lost millions. Now, let's hypothesize. What if — again, just throwing it out there — former Education Secretary William Bennett wanted to abort Black babies... to better his odds at the black jack table? Stay with me here.

1. He can't abort White babies, because he was once a White baby.
2. It would just seem weird.
3. But aborting all Black babies would still mean less people.
4. Which would mean less people who aren't Bill Bennett.
5. People who aren't Bill Bennett win more than people who are Bill Bennett.
6. Increasing the gambling success rate of humans named Bill Bennett.

Let's go to the graphics...

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See what Bill Bennett stands to gain? It's not much, but for a man with a pre-existing gambling problem, it's "Las Vegas, here I come!" Diabolical, Bill Bennett. "You know," says an intoxicated Bennett. "Sometimes I feel real bad about all those aborted black b— HERE COMES THE RIVER — FULL HOUSE! FUCKIN' CHRIST, YEAH!"

Well, I'm glad we can officially put that issue to rest. With a little investigative reporting, the truth will always come out.

Heh-heh, crime rates. You slay me, Bill Bennett! You slay us all! But especially those of us who are Black and eligible for abortion! You slay them particularly well, Bill Bennett!

I think this calls for a certain graphic to come out of retirement.

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(Thanks to Julie for implanting the idea.)


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At 3:37 PM, Blogger Matt said...

I need to meet Bill Bennett ... he sounds like a man I need to ... bitch slap back into reality. I mean who is he kidding? We all know that aborting black babies isn't going to increase his odds at the blackjack tables. Only Viagra can do that. Sheesh ... some politicians.

At 8:21 PM, Blogger 'Thought & Humor' said...

So we're discussing what Bill Bennett said and people are, you know, going
through their various stages of shock and outrage, whatever it is, and
people are, I'm sure, having their own thoughts about this. The thing that
amazes me is, we all get caught up in words and what people say and get
righteously indignant. "How dare that person say that! Who do you think they
are?" Of course, it's all within these confines of political correctness.
Okay. So Bennett is having a theoretical, philosophical discussion with a
caller about abortion, and the caller is making the point that, "Hey, you
know, if all these kids that have been aborted in the last 30 years had not
been and had been born, a good number of them would have become productive
members of society. They would have become taxpayers. We would have had that
much more money in the federal treasury and we might be not having a Social
Security problem or anything else," and Bennett said, you know, you can go
so many ways on that and it gets tricky. You can talk if you abort here, if
you don't abort there, but that's not the way to talk about abortion. We've
got to talk about it on the issue of morality. It's life. It's wrong to
abort innocent life, pure and simple.

He's just following the lead of his caller and in the midst of his answer
to the caller, he said, "Well, you know, it's true, if you aborted every
black baby, you'd reduce the crime rate." He said, "That would be crazy,
it's reprehensible, morally indefensible. It's silly." You don't go there.
There's shock and outrage. "How dare he say that? How dare he say it?" Who
cares what anybody says? It's only political correctness that's gotten into
this place. What about those who are doing that, folks? What about those who
are doing it? Is talking about abortion, regardless what's said about it,
worse than the act itself? Where's the equal condemnation here? How in the
world are we going to sit around and get all worked up and bent out of sorts
over words, when abortion is happening to the tune of 1.3 million a year and
has been for 30 years? Planned Parenthood? Many of you think it's a grand
organization, very worthwhile, doing great work. Margaret Sanger, founder of
Planned Parenthood, called for the sterilization of "genetically inferior
races" in 1939. Who was she talking about? You don't have to ask. I'll tell
you. In 1939, she organized the Negro Project, and wrote, "The poorer areas,
particularly in the South, are producing alarmingly more than their share of
future generations," hence, she called for the sterilization of "genetically
inferior races." Margaret Sanger was the founder of the National Birth
Control League, now known as Planned Parenthood.

She was an advocate of eugenics, improving human population by control of
hereditary factors in reproduction. There was a big eugenics movement in
this country back in this era, in the '30s and they wanted to pick who could
"mate." They wanted to determine who could have children and who couldn't,
and it was based on IQ and a number of other things. They didn't want to
mess around with all these inferior races and inferior groups and inferior
intellects mass producing out there and creating a bunch of idiots that were
going to live off the federal dime or whatever. Now, you can't even say this
about Margaret Sanger anymore. Planned Parenthood says, "You are
misrepresenting what our founders said!" No, I'm not. Take a look at it.
Now, I'm not saying that the Planned Parenthood movement today is a carbon
copy of Margaret Sanger's ideas, but we do know that Planned Parenthood's
primary objective in life is to abort as many babies as possible regardless
of the color. Now, you tell me, folks, where is the sense here in getting
all upset over the words uttered by somebody -- when they're taken out of
context when you first hear about them; hat's the only way you about them
and they're taken out of context -- you get all upset. "I can't believe
anybody would say that." Well, I frankly can't believe anybody, like a
doctor in Arkansas, would actually ask black evacuees from Hurricane Katrina
to come to his office for abortions. Where is our sense of proportion here?
Like I say, I'm through going on the defensive with these bunch of people
who claim to be superior and morally and intellectually above everybody
else. They're the elites? (RL)

At 8:56 PM, Blogger Former Intern Andy said...

I understand what you're saying. Really, I do. But your feelings are moot after the second quote. The first quote, I said, yes, he's just giving an example to disprove the callers input. But with the second quote, he simultaneously says it's dispicable to abort so many children and then said, "but it would go down."

See, he's denouncing the abortion aspect of his analogy, not the fact that he thinks Blacks committ the majority of crime in our country.

It has nothing to do with political correctness. He made a racist statement based on nothing but a stereotype.

Political correctness? He's implying that Blacks committ all the crime. That's called racism. End of debate.

(Did anyone else think it was maybe, I don't know, funny.)

At 9:37 PM, Blogger madman said...

Maybe......Maybe Bill Bennett had a horrible run in with some Black babies once.....

(Cut to Play group/Pre-Primary)

Black baby 1: Hey man, give us your blanket

Bill: No, It's my favorite, it has rabbits....

Black Baby 2: You give us your banket, or someones gonna find their nap time milk peed in.

Bill: NO!!! Not my milk.....O.....K.....Take it, but be gentle, farewell binky, I shall have my revenge.

(Cut to now)

Bill: All black babies must be aborted, crime rates will go down, binky's will be retured and nap time milk shall remain un - pissed in.

....Of course, I have a feeling that Bill and the babies would not be so literate at that age...Maybe Bill himself hasn't grown out of it.....

Very Funny Andy, I loved it.

At 5:45 AM, Blogger Matt said...

I thought it was funny Andy ...

At 1:35 PM, Blogger N said...

Hilarious. Thanks for those graphics. made me laugh out loud.

At 3:33 PM, Blogger AziaPrime said...

Since Bennett has not been fired for his remarks, I guess one can only assume that the management of that radio station is in agreement with his position.

However, I will point out that if his reasoning is to be followed…then we should also come to the conclusion that if all white babies were aborted then we would have no more serial killers…like Charles Manson, the BTK Killer, Son of Sam, Jeffery Dahmer, Ted Bundy, Ed Gein, the Boston Strangler, Edmund Kemper III, the shootings and killings that have taken place in the various high schools around the country…and the many other serial killers in throughout this country’s recent and past history. We could also say goodbye to the corporate scandals like Enron, etc, where many thousands lost their pensions, investments, an estimated $93 billion dollars or World Com. All such theft has been the venue primarily of whites. The vast majority of the crimes committed in this country are committed by whites.

So by all means…if we’re going to look at solving the crime problem…using abortion as the means… then let’s start with that group responsible for the most damage…the white race.

Now..obviously...I'm being sarcastic in writing this. But when you come right down to shows the warped point of view that people such as Bennett have of the world. How they close their eyes to the obvious and see and distort facts to suit their warped perceptions.

One I do have a question that I would like to ask of Jessie Jackson, the Urban League, the various democratic political figures, etc, etc, etc, who came out publically and demanded an apology from Bennett. Why didn't they demand his removal from that station. He's still there...still in a position to influence the some 1.2 million listeners the network claims to have. And since he is broadcasting to all these Christian the non-white population to assume this is what white Christians generally believe? Because if it is not, why hasn't there been a united outcry from them denouncing his statement and demanding his removal?

I have read articles about the concentration camps that stand ready to receive us.

At 5:16 PM, Blogger John McAdams said...

Planned Parenthood Advocates Abortion to Reduce Crime

And the bizarre thing is that Bennett, who explicitly rejects abortion, is under attack.

At 9:26 PM, Blogger Former Intern Andy said...

Ugh. You guys are adding so many tangents to the argument. Somehow, Planned Parenthood got into the mix. You guys are turning this into an abortion thing. He used a blatantly racist analogy, half retracted it, and then completely unretracted it. It was racist.

If anyone else wants to turn this comment page into a damn soapbox, I'll delete your comment.

But I'll do it hilariously! :)

At 11:14 AM, Blogger American Girl said...

did you hear about how flight attendants are boycotting the new Jodie Foster movie because it portrays flight attendants as uncaring and slightly bitchy? wow, now here's a serious generalization/racism problem on our hands.

At 5:27 PM, Blogger christina said...

I don't have any soapboxes, but I did spend my entire weekend creating graphs for a lab report and I have to tell you from someone with experience,you make an excellent bar graph.

At 11:23 PM, Blogger Syar said...

this reminds me of your neo nazi's post. and that flag burning-particles post. this reminds me of pure andy greatness. I was laughing all through this post. my favourite line :

"You know," says an intoxicated Bennett. "Sometimes I feel real bad about all those aborted black b— HERE COMES THE RIVER — FULL HOUSE! FUCKIN' CHRIST, YEAH!"

*giggles* oh andy, you slay me.

P.S : was wondering what ellible in "But especially those of us who are Black and ellible for abortion!" means

At 12:52 AM, Blogger Former Intern Andy said...

Ooh. Good catch. :)

At 7:04 AM, Blogger jazz said...

this was hilarious. don't worry andy. why does your blog attract so many annoying people? i.e. people who leave novellas disagreeing you in your comment box...

At 10:08 AM, Blogger 52X Max said...

Simply great, the best post I've seen in a whiel, and not just here

At 10:08 AM, Blogger 52X Max said...


At 8:31 AM, Blogger TheMann00 said...

It's ok Andy. I posted a converstion I had with a friend once, where he made some poor comments about the black population. When I put the link in my AIM Profile, a lot of people read it. Although I expressed in the intro, that our converstion started about Michael Moore, and then went horribly wrong, a majority of the posts and hate mail I got was about Michael Moore, and not about the rasist comments! I started defending more of what Michael Moore's movie was about, than the comments this guy made about black people.

Anyway, point is that people just don't follow instructions, or read what you type to them anymore.

At 7:32 AM, Blogger Katie said...

Wait... no soapboxing about abortion?! But that's Americas favorite game! It has been for many, many years! It's an American tradition!

Then again racism is as well I guess. Well I got your point. And think it's brilliant to uncover Bill Bennett's true purpose behind that statement. Brilliance. Thank you for revealing the world as it truly is.


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