Skip to comments.Why so called safe sex and abortion are issues really about money not morals.
Posted on 04/10/2002 7:34:19 AM PDT by Sonny M
This whole safe sex issue/abortion issue has been made out by the press to be a moral debate but has anyone actually noticed the money involved? Here's something to think about, Liberals keep screaming that schools need to teach safe sex, that abstinence isn't working, and that condoms need to be distributed in schools. Well, here's why I have a problem with it. Give me the logic that says a comporation should be allowed to use government employees to teach possible consumers how to use their product, advertise their product and in essence endorse the product. Even better, those condoms aren't free. The government takes tax payer money to buy them and then have its own people distribute them. Question, which brand do you think students are going to wind up using, here's a clue,what company made the free sample? Even better, according to Trojans, they have a success rate between 85% and 90%. Hello??? This is reported as fact, as if a major corporation with billions at stake wouldn't lie, even better, the failure rate is attributed to missuse by the consumer according to them. In other words, we always work, and when we fail, its your fault. Most experts put the failure rate at anywhere from 15% to 25%. Put this number in perspective. Playing russian roulette with a loaded gun gives you a 83% chance of survival, we don't tell our kids its okay to shoot each other, should we tell them its okay to sleep with each other? Of course there is the good old fail safe abortion. The only surgical procedure that minors may get in most state without parental consent. Now bear in mind that abortion is not free, either the consumer pays for it, or the tax payer. Even if an organization like planned parenthood claims that they don't recieve money per abortion, if the number of abortions that particular chapter had dropped dramatically, those people in that clinic would lose their jobs, reason, no demand, no need for the clinic, new allocation of resources. Here's the best part, how much money is there in abstinence? Zero dollars, no corporations, no tax dollars, no one trying to give you unnecessary surgery to keep their jobs. I don't know how much money abortion providers and the makers of condoms and such donate to the democratic party, but I'd bet my soul that its more they'd ever give to Jesse Helms or any other true conservative.
But yes, you are correct, money is at the root of it. While loose morals pay off big for the abortion industry, we need to get the message across about how expen$ive loose morals are to the individual.
What PP has to do with it is indoctrination. They have to convince and teach that sex is good, moral and safe with whoever, however and whenever. They have to keep a health crisis going or there won't be any need for them and they'll all lose their jobs. They have to keep the behavior going so they can continue to get funding for AIDS testing, condoms, STD testing, contraceptives, and abortion. If any of these things start to fall they may lose money.
I remember about three years ago reading a gruesome article about how abortion clinics often sell the remains to scientific researchers, all for very good money. What is the profit margin on this kind of business? And what exactly is being funded here?
Certain people scream their heads off if teenagers have access to Pepsi cola or Domino's pizza in schools, because they claim that children are being exploited for corporate profit. Yet abortion propaganda is a far more damaging exploitation of children than a sugar drink ever will be.
Everything is topsy turvy nowadays.
How about 'kids are just going to play with [matches/guns/drugs/drinking/you name it] anyway so let's teach them how to do it safely. I don't hear any of those either. In fact there is a huge campaign to "just say no" to a lot of those things. Funny how that same approach 'won't work with sex"... even though it's never really been tried on a wider scale.
It strikes me that there is an analogy to the cigarette company court cases here... the Cig manufacturers supposedly withheld information on the long term health effects and addictivness of smoking...
Can we sue the abortion providers and make them pay for people's post abortion trauma/depression later in life? We can even have "second hand abortion trauma" for the guys whose babies were aborted with or without their consent. Makes sense to me, according to the cigarette company suit logic.
Isn't it though??? I do feel often like I'm hearing lines from Alice In Wonderland when I read the papers or hear/see the news on radio or TV.
I know a lot of people who started programs like this with state and federal money. PP was just a natural for them to get into.
Most of them are former hippies who went to liberal arts colleges and they came out and started writing grants to create 1st offender programs, mental health programs...Etc. These are the people who saw government as evil but found out how to exploit it for their own uses. It includes environmentalists too. They have used our system to systematically destroy the underpinnings of the society.
Yes. Including language. Call them anything you want; "chop shops:, "abortuaries", "abortion mills" but puleeze don't call them "clinics". Such facilities exist for the purpose of killing human beings, and have nothing to do with their healing. < /rant >
I like the phrase "Big Abortion" which I've noticed people using here lately. We need additional catchy phrases that will stick in people's minds.
You have struck upon the best kept secret by the pro-death movement. Of course the trauma and depression felt by women who have had an abortion results in their understandable silence, but I believe that the number of women and men suffering as a result of abortion is astronomical. I can't believe that a couple who aborted their first child don't regret that decision every time they look at the child they allowed to live.
I pray for these people, but only after I pray for the innocent child who was brutally murdered.
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