In the midst of her Nov. 8 WorldNetDaily column complaining about President Obama's re-election, Ilana Mercer writes:
As always, women voted with their wombs, although married sisters were less wild for big daddy O. (Oh, how we suffer for the female suffrage! I once vowed to “give up my vote if that would guarantee that all women were denied the vote.”)
Usually, it's men like Vox Day who don't think women should vote. This is the first time we've encountered a female requesting that the right to vote be taken away from her.
Mercer goes on to complain that "For years, those of us who’ve warned about demographics have been dubbed racists." Perhaps that's because people like her write things like this:
The only voters who could be swayed by the promise of the free market are the Democratic Party’s Asian supporters, since they enjoy higher incomes and stabler families than the party’s Hispanic and black devotees.
The now-waning West became great not because it outbred the rest of the world. The West was once great because of its human capital – innovation, exploration, science, philosophy; because of superior ideas and the willingness to defend such a civilization, not because it was more populated than the rest of the world.
America doesn’t need more people; it needs better people.
That's pretty much on par with her longtime pining for apartheid.