- Nov 10, 2004
- South Carolina
- Basic Beliefs
I was also confused by your post, fast. I still am. I also am wondering what race has to do with any of this. And, btw, the majority of my former public health patients were white, when I was working in the small health department in rural SC. Race shouldn't have a thing to do with any of this. This is about women being able to access both birth control and abortions. And yes, the two are related. They both concern reproductive choices.
My first thought about race did not come until I read your post. It was your unusually high number of times you used the term "poor" coupled with some recent comments elsewhere on this forum equating race with being poor. As to your comment, "the majority of my former public health patients were white," recall this from your prior post: "All of my maternity patients were poor, but not quite poor enough for Medicaid, which was why the clinic was started."
It's difficult to add and subtract when no numbers are given, so I left it up to Bob (and all of his dissociative prowess) to replace unknown facts with speculative fantasy.