Tuesday, January 27, 2009

De-populate our way to economic recovery

As thinking Americans we need to see behind stated words from politicians to the hidden agenda behind them. I read these words in an e-mail I received today from "OneNewsNow."

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stirred up a hornet's nest by promoting the idea of spending of millions of dollars on birth control and abortion as part of the economic stimulus package.
"Contraception," argued Pelosi, "will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government." Her comments came on ABC's This Week when asked by host George Stephanopoulos how expanding "family-planning services" to the tune of millions of dollars will stimulate the economy."

So now we see abortion and population control as a new plank in the stimulus package to get our economy back in order. If we just stop having children we will solve all our problems. Well, excuuuuse me, but I am of the opinion that it is the lack of children in our nation that is producing many of our economic problems. In the last 35 years we have aborted about 40 million babies which would have grown up, gone to college, bought houses as well as goods and services, and would have been a boost to our economy. Their absence at this point could very well be part of the problem of our fizzling economy. We'll never know because they aren't here to help us prove that point.
I heard today that a mother birthed octuplets. Using Pelosi's logic, these folks just brought a hardship on our government through their prolific procreation. How could they be so careless as to bring in more mouths to feed, more kids to educate. If we could just get on board with the practices of the Europeans (who's populations would shrink dramatically if it weren't for immigration by folks from the Middle East and Asia) we could depopulate all our problems away. Thank you Nancy Pelosi for suggesting population control as a major plank in our stimulus package. With that kind of logic in action I can hardly wait to hear what's to come next from the "brainiacs" on Capitol Hill. Just a thought.

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