Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Rush is right AGAIN! Revisted.

Musings from a Catholic Bookstore has a great post about the inevitable conclusion the green machine will come to when allowed unfettered access to the media, and our children via the educational system. Children equal pollution, and must be eliminated.
Did anyone out there doubt that this is where they were heading?
Rush Limbaugh discussing one of his favorite subjects, the anthropomorphizing of primates, said, that Jane Goodall is fighting for human rights for apes in the Eurotrash court system. He then pointed out, the same thing I was shouting at the radio, that unborn babies aren't considered human, yet apes are. He argued that the next logical step is to give them the vote."
Here's their unbelievable agenda:

In order to achieve the goal of establishing a “community of equals,” the Great
Ape Project lists three rights or principles that must be achieved. They
“1. The Right to Life [in which] the lives of members of the community
of equals are to be protected. Members of the community of equals may not be
killed except in very strictly defined circumstances, for example, self-defense.
2. The Protection of Individual Liberty [in which] members of the community
of equals are not to be arbitrarily deprived of their liberty. . . ..
3. The
Prohibition of Torture [in which] the deliberate infliction of severe pain on a
member of the community of equals, either wantonly or for an alleged benefit to
others, is regarded as torture, and is wrong.. . . ...”
As tempting as it is
to dismiss the group as part of a fringe element, the Great Ape Project has been
supported by such influential individuals as primate expert Jane Goodall and
Princeton’s infamous bioethicist Peter Singer. If Singer’s name seems familiar,
he has authored a number of works, including Practical Ethics, in which the
professor wrote:
"Therefore, if killing the hemophiliac infant has no
adverse affects on the others, it would, according to the total view [of
utilitarianism], be right to kill him. The main point is clear: killing a
disabled infant is not morally equivalent to killing a person. Very often it is not wrong at all."

And in that same book he wrote:
"The only difference between killing a normal infant and a defective one is the attitude of the parents."

Dr Singer, here are some moms of disabled childen with ATTITUDE! The authors of GIFTS proudly announce that their book has gone into a second printing before hitting the shelves at Barnes and Noble!
Do you think they should send a copy to Dr. Singer?

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