Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
More from the LAT article...
Mekonen-Dego -- a social worker by profession who was born in Ethiopia -- said "the suggestion Ethiopian women can't be trusted with responsibility for their own health is outrageous."
In 2009, a local feminist group named Isha L'Isha researched the prescription policy in Israel and found that 60% of the injections in one HMO were prescribed to Ethiopian women. The other high-use group: women in various forms of custody.
As head of the organization's Women and Medical Technologies project, Hedva Eyal said their report was met with disinterest, even slammed doors. "The ease with which a woman's testimony is dismissed -- certainly that of a black woman and a poor black woman at that -- is shocking," Eyal said.
Pleased with the first official response to the issue, Eyal said the bottom line was that "decisions about women's health and fertility can and must be made by the women alone." For that, they must have full and fair access to all relevant information "and that did not seem to have been the case," she said.
so lets slow this down... you quoted me first... my post hit a nerve... you got emotional... then tried to tell me that you are using "logic"...now you ar claiming to not have emotion?....
I pointed out (and do again) I already said It was wrong in Either case.
So much for the gist of what you said.
Also again, Tucker had made the terminology an issue not me.
I did pursue it but HE was the one who wrongly conflated it and then made that terminology a legitimate sub-debate, Several times before I entered the string.
Are we clear on the genesis of this line now?
Are we clear I said it was wrong in Either case/terminology?
I'm personally sick of not being able to dunk a basketball because of racism.