Saturday, July 17, 2004

Good Business Sense 

Planned Parenthood held a conference for children, without their parents, that included distribution of a book deemed pornography by critics.

The "Nobody's Fool" 2004 conference in Waco, Texas, this week was from start to finish a "thinly veiled attack on parental rights, public morality and the health and well-being of our children," asserted Jim Sedlak, executive director of American Life League's STOPP International, a group that monitors Planned Parenthood.Parents were not permitted to attend the conference, which was limited to children in the fifth through ninth grades, ages 10-14, Sedlak said.

"Planned Parenthood barred mothers and fathers from attending the actual sessions because Planned Parenthood knows that parental participation would have hampered its efforts to indoctrinate these children into its world of lies and propaganda," he contended. Children in grades seven through nine received a free copy of the book, "It's Perfectly Normal."

The controversial sex-ed primer contains detailed explanations on how to perform sexual acts and masturbation, accompanied by sexually explicit line drawings. "This so-called 'educational text' is nothing more than pornography in comic book form," stated Sedlak. This is irresponsible at best and child abuse at worst," he added.

On its website, Planned Parenthood of Central Texas says the purpose of the conference
is "to provide teens and pre-teens with factual information about growing up, puberty, dating, relationships, sexual issues and sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS."

The group says, "We hope this education will encourage better communication between teens and their parents. Most of all, we want your teen or pre-teen to learn how to make the most of his or her strengths and approach relationships of all kinds responsibly."

One year ago, John Pisciotta, a Baylor University economics professor, led a successful boycott of the Bluebonnet Council of the Girl Scouts in Waco because of its co-sponsorship of last year's "Nobody's Fool" conference. Planned Parenthood passed out a book, that included the Girl Scouts logo and chapters on masturbation and homosexuality, to young girls. The book also had images of couples having sex and a boy wearing a condom.(source)

My friends at Planned Parenthood have such great business sense. They are the supreme capitalists. Getting into the schools with their message early is a sure way to drum up needs for their services later. Corrupting young childrent is just so delicious to me. Stealing innoncence, something that can never be returned, aids me and my friends (or is that fiends) down here more than people can now. This culture is great at sexualizing children, but when we can also get the message into the schools as a touch of government endorsement it is even more effective.

One of my all time favorite sayings is "they are going to do it anyway." This statement is great since it denies both grace and freewill. Americans now scoff at the sense of their historical manifest destiny and yet at the same time firmly embrace sexual manifest destiny. Give them condoms in the guise of sexual education and my work becomes all the more easier. Tell them to use birth control and my battle for sexual promiscuosness is already won. Say that you are doing it "for the children" and I can kick back while the culture does my work for me.


Thursday, July 01, 2004

Picture Perfect 

Credo over at Credibility posted a picture of me and Senator Kerry (I am the handsome looking guy on the left). I don't often appear in public but I was at a fundraiser supporting hopefully the next President of the United States. Mr. Kerry certainly knows how to get the demon vote and if I didn't know better I would think he is pandering to me personally. With his generous support of abortion and embryonic stem-cell research I am pretty happy with the sacrifices made to me. It is really cool that many scientists are firmly on my side now and want to sacrifice human souls on their sterile altar. A President Kerry would eliminate those foolish barriers that prevent scientists from getting federal money for embryonic stem-cell research. I almost salivate at the thought of all those souls slaughtered so that people might have hope that they might live forever. With that barrier out of the way human cloning wouldn't be far off. Unfortunately some people are still squeamish at the thought of human cloning, but I am sure the boys in white coats will promise them the Moon to be able to get at those research dollars.

Can you believe that after World War II they actually burned the research notes of my bud Dr. Josef Mengele? They didn't want to use research from what they called a poisoned fruit. Luckily they are much wiser now and those silly ethical concepts are finally out the door.

Now as for my suit, I think it brings out my eyes pretty good. Getting a good suit tailored when you have a tail is rather difficult. Not to mention trying to find a pair of dress shoes that fit your hoofs.


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