Take a quick moment and read this remarkably effective editorial at The Denver Post by David Harsanyi. That people are parasites is obviously the core doctrine of pro abortion / population control freaks. Mr. Harsanyi ends with this convincing quote:
“For Gore, people are parasites, millions of little environmental disasters. And when a man embraces debunked 19th-century notions rather than empirical evidence, well, surely another Nobel Prize is in order.”
Seems the president of Nobel winning lunacy sparked Mr. Harsanyi’s ire with the following doozy:
“One of the things that we could do about it is to change the technologies, to put out less of this pollution, to stabilize the population, and one of the principal ways of doing that is to empower and educate girls and women,” the former vice president explained at the Games for Change Festival. “You have to have ubiquitous availability of fertility management so women can choose how many children [they] have, the spacing of the children.”
Wow – what a mouthful! Mr. Harsanyi gleefully counters:
“No doubt capitalism appears terribly unstable to the autocratically inclined Gore but, nonetheless, in this country “fertility management” is not only already ubiquitously obtainable by girls and women but also obtainable by boys and men – and for free at any Planned Parenthood and at many schools. There is also post-fertility management, or 1.3 million yearly abortions – because no one should be punished with a baby.”
Gore hasn’t endorsed forced sterilizations and abortions — yet. But the history of this odiously disgusting thinking has a firm foundation in America, as the editorial highlights:
” . . . President Barack Obama’s “science czar,” John Holdren, co-authored (with Paul Ehrlich of “Population Bomb” notoriety) a book in the 1970s that toyed with the idea of compulsory sterilization and coerced abortions – to “de-develop the United States.” (Boy, the Tea Party is so radical!) Margaret Sander, the founder of Planned Parenthood, openly advocated for population control to weed out undesirables.”
However, the idiocy of this line of thinking may have a future in America. Who would have thought, just a decade ago, that pro-sodomy policies would be constitutionally legislated?
It is difficult to believe that the former vice president is concerned for our country in light of his recent occupation as environment-in-chief. Either he’s deluded himself into selective thinking despite the obvious reality of the benefits of life for all, or he’s lying to us through his teeth for a quick buck to sustain his millionaire lifestyle.