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Abortion, Public School Indoctrination, and Winning Elections

Posted by Tony Listi on June 11, 2008

I have a confession to make: In my darkest, most morbid, and most cynical moods, I’ve always thought abortion might actually be good for the country.

Just think about it. A large majority of children eventually adopt the political leanings of their parents. Therefore, if liberals keep aborting their offspring, the American voting population should eventually become more conservative. The discrepancy in birthrate between liberals and conservatives would eventually tip in favor of conservatives. The very policies of liberalism would ensure its own extinction, haha! You would think liberals of all people would take Darwin and natural selection more seriously, lol! Liberals would reap the what they sow. It would be justice.

Of course, that is not how it really happens. Though liberals don’t have children (or relatively few), they do have access to the children of conservatives and moderates. Liberals use the public education system as a means to indoctrinate the children of others in liberal ideology. Those children then grow up to lead their own children astray in a vicious cycle. What liberals lose through abortion, they more than compensate for through government-monopolized education. How clever of them! They don’t have to do any of the heavy lifting of caring for and raising a child, they demand the children be brought to them by law (truancy laws), and then they get paid (always demanding more) for corrupting the youth and future of America. How perverse. (And of course, kids are then primed and ready for leftist university professors.)

This is why the Left, including communism and fascism, has always shown great concern for children: it must find a way to sustain itself in future generations. Like a virus, it uses children as a host to merely replicate itself, destroying the host in the process. For liberals, children are a means to an end, which is to perpetuate their own ideology and secure sympathetic voting blocs.

Parental choice of which school their children go to is critical to breaking down this systematic liberal indoctrination. Not only will it create better students, but it will also create better citizens, citizens who in the long run may vote more conservatively and thus elect conservatives. Ultimately, future elections will be won or lost in the battlegrounds of the classroom, education boards, and state legislatures.

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6 Responses to “Abortion, Public School Indoctrination, and Winning Elections”

  1. Bob Corker said

    Why can’t we just send public school teachers (especially those in the biology and World History departments) to Guantanamo? I mean, I want school privatization, but I also want liberals to be terrorized and flee the country on their own accord.

  2. foospro86 said

    Um, that is too extreme. I think school vouchers will suffice. Let them be terrorized by the prospect of not pleasing parents.

  3. Ixion said

    “Um, that is too extreme. I think school vouchers will suffice. Let them be terrorized by the prospect of not pleasing parents.”

    Good point, although we need to at least illegalize teachers’ unions.

  4. foospro86 said

    There is nothing wrong with unions per se. They should be voluntary though and not a stipulation of taking a job. I support the Right to Work movement. We just need to elect people who will ignore the unreasonable and harmful demands of the unions.

  5. Ixion said

    “There is nothing wrong with unions per se. They should be voluntary though and not a stipulation of taking a job. I support the Right to Work movement. We just need to elect people who will ignore the unreasonable and harmful demands of the unions.”

    We certainly need to prevent them from being organized at the national level, though. The AFL-CIO is the number 1 reason socialism is alive and kicking in this country, and it is incredibly corrupt. With grassroots organizations, and Right to Work laws, unions could be fine, but the AFL-CIO and other unions are corrupt.

  6. foospro86 said

    I’m sure it is. And I’m sure there are some great things we can do to role back the power of the AFL-CIO that it does not deserve.

    But I just want to be clear: I don’t subscribe to the principle that just because an entity becomes corrupt that it should then automatically be outlawed entirely (liberals use this line sometimes to increase their own power, e.g. Sarbanes-Oxley). Corruption happens in a variety of contexts. Prosecute the corruption; don’t actively destroy or cripple a context of voluntary association.

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