Tuesday, February 07, 2006

We are our own worst enemy

It seems, at times, that all our enemies need to do in order to overcome and eliminate us is to leave us alone. We're doing such a good job of self-extermination that it's only a matter of time. When men marry men, there will be no regeneration of the species by them. And when women marry women, the species has no way to replicate through them either. Certainly not without resorting to some contrived fertilization process that has nothing to do with a relationship, let alone one rooted in love. And when the remaining population kills its offspring before they are even born, then the math becomes so obvious one needn't be a conservative to understand it. Yet, I'm sure those that would want to take over the country understand it plain and simple.

Now, if it is a good thing for men to marry men and women to marry women, then the more people that agreed and followed this lifestyle, the better off we would all be. You can't have too much of a good thing, can you? And if abortion was a good thing as the courts seem to think it is, then the more babies we killed the better off we would all be. The more the merrier, right?
Those that believe in a future without children will leave our country as an inheritance to those that believe that one man and one woman, who don't kill their children, is the answer. The only question left is will they be Americans?

News from Agape Press: "...Two federal courts in the U.S. have opened the door for the continuation of what many pro-lifers believe is infanticide. Two appeals courts -- the Ninth Circuit and the Second Circuit -- have issued decisions that the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act is unconstitutional. That measure was signed into law by President George W. Bush in November 2003 but has been tied up in courts ever since. Jim Sedlak of American Life League says the recent rulings are wrong. 'We now have two courts,' he explains, 'that have said in effect that it is okay to kill a baby when it is in the last stages of being delivered.' Sedlak says the two appeals courts have determined that it is a right for someone to deliver a child -- except for the head -- and then to kill that infant before it can take its first breath. The logic of the court escapes Sedlak. 'It is really infanticide,' he says, 'but these courts have decided that that is a right protected somehow by our Constitution -- and they have struck down an attempt to ban this kind of procedure and ... insisted that it's a constitutional right to kill these babies.' [Bill Fancher]"

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