Skip to comments.Why CMA supported Perry's HPV vaccination order
Posted on 08/26/2011 10:46:47 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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I grew up in the pre-pill era. Pregnancy was a serious deterrent. I doubt anyone under 50 today can even imagine what it was like thru the 60s for a single woman to become pregnant. Then, somehow, it became “fashionable” to have children born out of wedlock. The 80’s brought us AIDS, which I believed acts to some degree as a deterrent, at least to promiscuous sex among otherwise intelligent people.
One problem is the “intelligent” qualifier. What these people seem incapable of understanding is that in having sex, they are essentially sleeping with every other person that partner has ever had sex with, and every other person that those other people have had sex with, ad infinitum. The potential exposure to disease is phenomenal.
The CMA, recognizes that there is a segment of our population, usually but certainly not always, poor, uneducated, young, and very sexually active. Their exposure to deadly diseases if off the charts. While you or I would have thought of ‘consequences,’ these people just don’t. The real question is how to change behaviors that are so well embedded in those subcultures.
Which part of “rapidly spreading” and “bacterial” did you not understand. That is NOT the same thing as an STD vaccine.
Was it an “ask your local government bureaucrat” for permission to opt out?
It didn’t become fashionable, it became profitable.
I remember a congressman saying on the floor of the house once, he]] they are retired at 18, who can beat a deal like that. He was describing the benefit package for an unwed mother.
My initial reference was to the “Murphy Brown” tpe situations, liberate, career women who wanted a baby but not the ‘nuisance’ of the husband.,
But the more dangerous is the ‘unintended consequences’ of the “Great Society.” That was a major turning point in the downslide of the USA, amidst all the tumoil of the 60s. Now you have third/fourth generation who’ve figured out that scam.
A woman I once worked with always railed about her granddaughter’s mother: younger than 30, had something like 7 kids with God knows how many fathers. This woman was never quite sure the girl was her granddaughter, but paternity was acknowledged. That young woman spends the day watching soap operas with her mother whose path she had followed. When the aforementioned granddaughter @ age 9 mentioned that mom should stop having all those babies, the mother threatened the child with abandonment (shipping off to the other grandmother who had become fully disabled and was unable to help raise her granddaughter).
The system that rewards that lifestyle has to end.
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