This isn’t the first time and it will hardly be the last time that a leftist radical is dreaming of a plague (even though they don’t believe in God) to wipe out billions of people. It does amaze me that somehow the writers of this wet dream never seem to see themselves as being taken out by this superbug. I, of course, want nothing of the sort, however, I am open to this super plague if it attacks that stupid gene that is prevalent in liberals. If You Could Focus The Super Plague On Liberals, We Could Have A Win/Win, The Liberals Get Their Desired Smaller Number Of People And Conservatives Get A Beautiful, Freedom Loving World:
Liberals like to describe themselves as the most compassionate ones, the ones that believe like Hubert Humphrey did that the moral test of a society is how it treats its vulnerable citizens in the dawn and the twilight of life. That’s not the party line at the Daily Kos.
Jon Stafford bluntly wrote on Wednesday night that “I often describe myself as ‘Not Pro-Choice, Pro-Abortion. There are too many goddam people already.’ And while this is meant to be facetious, nevertheless there is a seed of truth in it, because I believe that the world is wildly overpopulated and that we must take steps as a society to reduce it. This will undoubtedly be met with accusations of callousness, but we could really use is a global superplague. The Black Death may have been horrible, but without it there would never have been a Renaissance.”
This is not exactly a quote that Planned Parenthood or NARAL Pro-Choice America will be using in their pamphlets to describe “pro-choice” views. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Stafford also refuses to mourn the death of conservatives like Tony Snow.
I’m also the guy who said that it was good that Tony Snowe [sic] died of cancer. Some of you may remember that this caused a little brouhaha. Bill O’Reilly mentioned the comment, and I’ve seen it quoted by right-wing sites. In retrospect, that comment may have been over the line. (I don’t think I actually said it was “good” that he died, just that I did not care. But still.) My point was merely that this was a man whose job was to lie to our faces, so he was no great loss to society. And yeah, that’s cold. And yeah, it’s judgmental. But I guess I’m a pretty judgmental guy. Which is another way in which I differ from most progressives. Or maybe not.
Luckily for this writer, there will not be many who bemoan his passing, they just will not care. It is people like this writer who usually die alone, in a dark and dirty place, their hate having consumed their fellow man’s goodwill.