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Don Surber, a brave soul, ventured into the land of the "community-based reality" and plucked out this gem, "Access To Birth Control Is A Fundamental Component Of Climate Survival." Ignoring the ridiculous premise (and title), here are a few things that need to be pointed out.

Did you ever notice how progressives, of both sexes, those who supposedly believe in equality, put the onus on women to take care of contraception? I mean, a guy can dump $10 into one of those condom machines you find in the public restroom of a gas station. Or just go to the drug store to pick up a box. But progressives would rather make the woman take care of it. I would suspect they would make the women get their tubes tied rather than have the men get vasectomies.

I also notice how progressives complain about how existing institutions like the Catholic Church should use their own money or taxpayer dollars to support the policies promoted by misogynist progressives. They never use their own money to buy up all the condoms needed and distribute them for free, do they?

That’s because progressive men want a free ride through life, to be as irresponsible as they want to be without having to pay for anything themselves. Worse, progressive women are stupid enough to let them get away with it.

Cross-posted at RedState.



2013-02-09 01:30 am (UTC)

What? Of course they are related, it isn't a ridiculous premise at all. Population growth rate directly affects climate models. You can not deny that. That said, aren't conservatives the "anti-condom" establishment? No one who can see and hear believes that progressives are trying not to get people to use condoms while conservatives are. The whole idea of this article is simply idiotic.

Conservatives are the "anti-condom" establishment? No. That would be a lie. What you are describing is canon law of the Roman Catholic Church. Along with just about every Protestant faith, conservatives don't have a problem with condoms or just about any other form of birth control with two exceptions: provided it isn't used to induce an abortion; and, we personally only pay for it when we are going to use it. In other words, we don't want to pay for someone else to use it, someone we aren't going to have sex with.

While the Church is against contraception, and paying for it, the Church loves them the Democrat social justice that is bankrupting this country. Of course, it then means the Church doesn't have to use as much of its own money for the social justice while non-Catholic taxpayers are stuck with the bill.

And as far as your argument about climate models? Let me put it this way; I don't subscribe to your religious beliefs.

Edited at 2013-02-09 10:52 am (UTC)


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