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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Rick Santorum Was Right

Rick Santorum recently made the wise observation that if we aren’t going to execute the rapist that impregnated his victim, then there is no excuse for executing the child either. But this isn’t the only moral issue for which he should be praised. Indeed, the other moral issue for which he should be praised and for which he should receive mass apologies is his insightful speculation on what else would follow the decriminalization of sodomy.

People ridiculed and denounced Santorum in 2003 when he speculated that the legalization of sodomy could lead to the legalization / normalization of many other things. Yet as we now know, he was absolutely right. Nothing underscores this more than the recent news that a pedophile / pederast organization (B4U-Act) held a conference in Baltimore, discussing ways to normalize pedophilia / pederasty.

The process of normalization is slow. The sodomite lobby used normalization to get society to accept sodomy. Now they are using normalization to get society to accept the rape of children. So while there aren’t overt calls to legalize the rape of children yet, it is only because we are at the beginning stages of the game. This is evil.

But I am not calling for condemnation of B4U-Act or those who attended the pedophile / pederast conference in Baltimore. I don’t have enough influence to do so and even if I did I still probably would not. If Americans can’t become outraged on their own at this, then I don’t even have the desire to try to persuade them. Instead, I am going to accept that society now believes it legitimate to discuss the legalization / normalization of the rape of children. And on that note, I must assume that everything else is on the table for discussion as well (without having to worry about anyone condemning me). In other words, I’m assuming that I’m now free to discuss topics such as:

·         Re-criminalizing Sodomy
·         Legalizing the Abortion of Convicted Sodomites: If society can discuss legalizing / normalizing the rape of children, why can’t we discuss reinstituting abortion for convicted sodomites?
·         Banning the Abortion of the Unborn: As Ryan James Girdusky put it at Townhall, “If President Obama Can Ignore Immigration Law, President Bachmann Can Ignore Abortion Law”.
·         Aborting Our Enemies: Why don’t we just devastate Afghanistan, Iraq, and the rest of the nations we’re sending our Servicemen to die for instead of creating and building them into officially Islamic theocracies?
·         Enforcing the Rule of Law: Why aren’t we prosecuting our public officials for failing to stop the Mexican invasion, colonization, and conquest of the U.S.?

And of course I could go on.

But even if one doesn’t agree with everything I have written, these things are clear: Rick Santorum was right in 2003, morality and the so-called social issues should now be the number one priority for all presidential candidates in 2012, and Democrats and other leftists are a national security threat that need to be investigated and prosecuted. After all, if the safety of our children isn’t a national security issue, then nothing is.

Paul Hair serves in the U.S. Army Reserve as a non-commissioned officer. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and wrote or contributed to approximately 50 reports and assessments while in Iraq on an eight-month deployment during 2009-2010. He has worked as a civilian in both the government and private sectors. His columns and commentaries have appeared at Big Peace, Champion News, The Daily Caller, WND, and other outlets. His views are his own and he in no way represents the Army Reserve or any other part of the U.S. government.

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