March 26, 2006
“Liberalism Kills Kids”
Recently, a bunch of Dominionists who call themselves Vision America announced an upcoming convention they like to call The War on Christians and I like to call MartyrCom. In order to design their best defenses against our devious machinations to throw Christians in jail, forcibly abort their fetuses, and compel them to engage in sexual acts with members of the same sex in accordance with our radical gay agenda, these delusional nutzoids will congregate at such panels as “The Gay Agenda: America Won’t Be Happy, “The Judiciary: Overruling God,” “The Media: Megaphone For Anti-Faith Values,” and other colon-separated subject matter.
Today, I read that Dr. Rick Scarborough, founder and president of Vision America, acting chairman of The Judeo-Christian Council for Constitutional Restoration, and conference keynote speaker along with U.S. Senator John Cornyn, will also unveil his new book at MartyrCom: Liberalism Kills Kids.
"Liberalism Kills Kids" is a groundbreaking work which documents the devastating failure of America's 40-year experiment with liberal statism. From the deaths of 44 million unborn children, to skyrocketing rates of out-of-wedlock births, to the divorce epidemic, to the destructive demands of the movement to normalize homosexuality -- the book exposes a cultural coup d'etat that has left our families gasping for air.
Although claiming that abortions kill children isn’t exactly groundbreaking in its irritating yet tiresomely familiar mendacity, the assertion that children born out of wedlock, witness their parents’ divorces, or come out of the closet apparently drop dead is, I admit, some admirable trailblazing lunacy. Then again, maybe Dr. Scarborough isn’t suggesting that those things quite literally kill kids, but Liberalism Provides for Nontraditional Family Structures I Don’t Like isn’t quite as catchy a title.
"Liberalism Kills Kids" indicts many of the same forces to be discussed at the War On Christians conference -- Hollywood, the news media, the judiciary and organizations like the ACLU, which -- in the guise of promoting civil liberties -- are demolishing the social order.
Oh, I see. Demolishing the social order. That isn’t really the same as killing kids, is it? There are plenty of things that have the capacity to actually kill kids in America—endemic poverty leading to malnutrition/starvation, lack of access to affordable healthcare (including cutting-edge treatments and drugs), corporate irresponsibility and lax environmental regulations, guns, the kind of opportunistic hatemongering that plays on prejudices and can spiral into hate crimes which leave gay teenagers hanging dead on fences, just for a start. Curiously, what all those things have in common is that they wouldn’t make a good fit with the title Liberalism Kills Kids. I’m sure there’s a more appropriate title, but, gosh, it’s just escaping me at the moment.
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Tracked on May 24, 2006 1:32:00 PM
Scarborough writes of "skyrocketing rates of out-of-wedlock births" and "the divorce epidemic".
But, in fact, haven't those numbers gone down? (per capita)
Crime has gone down plenty since 1990, abortions too. My guess is divorce has remained constant, and I seem to recall out-of-wedlock births have stabilized or even dropped.
Is this a case of a totally bogus argument, since it's not based on facts?
Posted by: Quiddity | Mar 27, 2006 1:19:03 AM
Oh, I see. Demolishing the social order.
And there you have it. Sometimes they mask how they really feel, but this is a pure example of the minds of this bloc of conservatism. Its kinda nice that its out in the open. I mean, these things like out-of-wedlock births, divorce, etc. are regrettable. But putting them in the context of "social order" pretty much labels those unfortunately affected by these as illegitimate. There really is no gray area. As a political tool/issue, seems pretty easy to see where most Americans stand. I'd argue we're in the majority here.
Posted by: Adrock | Mar 27, 2006 1:08:52 PM
"But, in fact, haven't those numbers gone down? (per capita)"
You might want to check your numbers.
Posted by: sharon | Mar 27, 2006 9:21:07 PM
Posted by: peterwei | Oct 22, 2007 12:48:14 AM
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