Paul Ryan’s plan to abolish abortions and birth control, may have some merit in an era of dwindling world populations, and after he explains his plans for feeding, educating, and making unwanted children feel like valuable citizens, I’m sure we would all love to hear his defense of his person-hood bills.
It makes a certain amount of sense to keep those baby machines all churning out soldiers, if you plan to invade the countries where the US doesn’t currently have a presence.
The GOP needs your children to feed their war machine.
Wars have usually been fought by the poor, and it seems like Mitt is ready to declare war on the middle class and ensure a serf class for future Republican reigns.
We all remember GB’s wars on two fronts,and the housing crises that resulted in robbing much of the middle class of the security of home ownership.
Where to invade next?
Mitt created international tensions by visiting Great Briton!
His elimination of taxes for the super wealthy, by placing the burden on the middle class, should help remove the rest of the assets that burden the 99%, while ensuring the establishment of an over-class.
Destroy the middle class and you destroy a nation.
The mega wealthy long for the return of the two class system which is serfdom.
In a serfdom you have two classes: The mega rich overlords and the poor worker.
excerpted from: Lemon Lime Moon
Sometimes the radical far right has a point.
I wrote an article back in December 2010, Martin Luther & birth control where I attempted to understand this GOP attitude about birth control, and this desire to force the masses to procreate, based on their interpretation of the Old Testament.
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- sodom-hussein said: Overpopulation isn’t coming from developed nations - it’s coming from the third world. (Though it often overflows into developed nations). Unfortunately the more aid you give them the more kids they have.
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