posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 05:15 PM
Hmmm, that does sound a little like Nazi eugenics there doesn't it?
Here’s where it gets really scary; there is a couple in our area (in their late 50’s) that have custody of not one but two, of their grandchildren
who are - get this, the children of their daughter who is literally mentally retarded and her equally mentally retarded “husband”.
Yep they are married and everything – they are being “mainstreamed” (they have “jobs” I think). They (the mentally deficient parents)
evidently live in some kind of assisted living home in the next county over that the taxpayers pay for – the couple in question had their daughter
sterilized after the second kid.
Why did they wait till after the second kid? They had to petition the court for the order do it since she is a ward of the state and in the time it
took after the first one was born she got pregnant again. Abortion, evidently some religious choice for them – I’m not really sure.
Those poor grandkids are messed up genetically too, one obviously has downs and the other has a feeding tube, and all sorts of other medical issues.
Guess who pays for their medical care – the taxpayers that’s who; all Medicaide. US Taxpayer
Of note is also that the couple in question is in their late 50’s and the grandkids are under both under 5.
Who will take care of these kid’s for the rest of their life – we will, the tax payers. Imagine the cost.
So while it may seem perhaps Nazi-esque or some Orwellian nightmare state program how long must we (Joe Citizen) suffer the burden of paying for these
children and others like them?
Did my story about the mentally ill procreating not scare you? These people have no business procreating on my dime – if they can take care of the
offspring have at it, if not sterilize them.
What kind of life are these kids going to have? I don’t know I guess they may well be the second Barrack Obama or Albert Einstien for all I know;
one thing I do know is that our taxes are going to pay for their medical care, housing, special education needs and a lot more in the future.
What else can we do?
In the case of those swimming in the shallow end of the gene pool – don’t throw them a lifeline throw them an anchor!
Hell, this might be even more humane in the long run; think of all the pain and suffering we'd save these children not to mention the taxpayers…
That humane intervention along with our saved tax dollars - no Medicaid births etc... That savings would waaay more than pay for the mandatory
sterilization, Norplant and/or abortions (whatever menthods they use).
We cannot afford to continue down this road! It is our “compassion for our fellow man” that has created the untenable financial disaster. Time to
stop this nonsense!