Thirty-Seven Years After Roe v. Wade, a Disenfranchised 'Silent Generation' by Susan Swift 22 Jan 2010 post a comment Share This: An entire generation of Democrat voters failed to vote in Massachusetts Tuesday night. The same generation of Democrat voters failed to thwart recent GOP victories in New Jersey and Virginia. But no one’s reporting on them. They're the silent generation. The Silent Generation is between the favored ages of 18 and 37 years old. There are over 49 million of them, and they make up approximately 15% of the American population, certainly enough to swing any election in any state in any race. Problem is this: they have been denied the right to vote in these elections. That's because, thanks to Roe v. Wade, which was decided 37 years ago today, they're not even here. Ironically, the ACLU does not concern itself with them. They are never interviewed and are rarely mentioned by Democrat candidates. No one knows for sure how many of them are Democrats or Republicans or independents for that matter because they are invisible and unregistered. They are those Americans, those voters, who have been aborted since the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision legalized their demise. They cannot vote because they were denied lives as American citizens. Abortion is America’s voluntary minority genocide. The National Right to Life League reports that in the year 2000, Hispanic women and African American women of child bearing age represented a combined total of 25% of the American population; however, they accounted for 52% of the total number of abortions. Margaret Sanger, the founder of the Planned Parenthood, would be proud that the Left has successfully implemented her elitist eugenics strategy of reducing the black, minority and other “undesirable” populations in America. As she wrote in Women and the New Race: The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it. How many of those Hispanic and African-American women typically vote Democrat? Depending on the survey, somewhere between 70-90%. How many of those aborted minority voters would be voting Democrat today? How many close elections would turn on those voters? About the only good news is that the annual number of abortions has dropped steadily since the 1990s and is now close to 1970s levels. That upsets Democrats. The Democrat Party is the party of abortion on demand, of abortion on the dole. Democrats want to use taxpayer money to increase the number of abortions. Just look to the House healthcare bill for evidence – what other purpose would public funding of abortions serve other than to increase abortions? Democrats claim to be the party of minorities and women. Yet, Democrats fight vociferously for money to fund more and cheaper abortions, the victims of which are 50% women and over 70% minorities. In bizarre fashion, Democrats are engaging in a form of mass political suicide. They are literally killing off their own voting bloc, and demanding public funding to do so. What ever happened to Equal Rights for Unborn Liberals?