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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Whore academy

Among the "sins" noted moonbat Mahatma Gandhi once prattled off, presumably while stoned, were "wealth without work" and "religion without sacrifice," clear indications that had he not been offed by a fellow raghead (see, they're not all bad), his cryogenically preserved head would be rallying the Kossacks against the permanent repeal of the estate tax and the prominent role of upstanding Christians like James Dobson in contemporary civic life. While the Catholic Church has done quite nicely with their original list of the seven deadly sins, I've long thought we've needed an update, both as a rebuttal to the crazed ravings of Osama bin Gandhi, and also as it applies to the horrors liberals are presently inflicting on Our Nation.

While homosexuality in all its disgusting forms and health insurance for children with heart defects would take their shameful place on this dishonor roll, first off would undoubtedly be "sex without unwanted pregnancy or venereal disease." Not speaking out against this Evil risks turning us further into a nation of sex-hungry perverts, and sadly, The Left is doing just that:
In the end [Excuse me??? - SNBE], it wasn't even close. The Portland School Committee voted 7 to 2 last night to allow the health center at the King Middle School in Portland, Maine, to offer birth control prescriptions to its students, who range in age from 10 to 15. Dr. Pat Patterson, the medical director of School-Based Health Services in Portland said she was "thrilled" with the vote. "The past few days have been very distressing and very difficult for the school. People have been really charged up against us. But I'm happy with the vote." ...

The proposal has sparked a national debate about just how "young is too young" for contraceptive services. In recent days, media outlets from coast to coast have picked up the story. And talk radio shows have done their bit to stir the pot. School committee members said they have been deluged with e-mail messages expressing outrage against the proposal. One resident said she heard about the controversy because Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., founded by the late evangelist Jerry Falwell, had organized a prayer circle to pray against the proposal.

Rita Feeney, president of the Maine Right to Life Committee, argued that while health officials talk about 14- and 15-year-olds, it is possible that children as young as 10 or 11 could receive prescriptions for the pill. "An 11-year-old who is sexually active is suffering from abuse they are just not emotionally capable of having sex," said Feeney.
Abstinence-only sex education can only go so far in ensuring that young people experience the natural consequences of Sinful sexual experimentation, and this is a colossal step backwards from showing what God wants for His precious young people. As heartbreaking as that may be, it also represents something far more insidious: The Left is trying to woo future generations of Democrat voters with the promise of free & easy sex. If only they realized this deal was costing them their Innocence, perhaps their beavers wouldn't be so eager to enter into this vile bargain. Praise Him!

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