Aspie with Attitude

Sure, I'm just another Southern Recovering Alcoholic NPR- and Sweet-Tea Addicted Comic Mom with Asperger's in the SFV, but I can tell you now that I don't necessarily fit the stereotype.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

How Much Has Socialism Invaded Our Country?

It's a real shame that people, and I hate to say this part but especially WOMEN, have allowed socialism to take us over until we are mighty comfortable with allowing the government to make decisions for us. One person commented that she was against Ron Paul because he's against abortion. First, Ron Paul is against the GOVERNMENT's making a decision for us regarding abortion. So am I. Second, from what I've read, he's against abortion personally, which I respect whether or not I agree with him. He believes that it's up to individuals to make abortion not as attractive as it currently is; he does not believe that it's up to the government to make abortion attractive or not. It's none of the government's business. But oh no, the dyed-in-the-wool feministas can't allow people to make up their own minds. No. Government must solve the problem for us. Sometimes, I'm not so sure that the women-being-allowed-to-vote thing was so great for us. Unfortunately, we've been a bit too much like Eve and screwed that up as well.

It reminds me of a lesbian message board that I once visited. I was chastised because I didn't allow my sexual preference or whatever tell me whom to vote for. Geez!

1 comment:

Marley Greiner said...

I'm the one who objected to Ron Paul opposing abortion. I still hold to that. He may be a libertarian, but he's still a statist (and an evangelical Christian, at that) because he's in Congress and he's running for president. He wants to throw the issue back on the states--which would again regulate abortion. 5 of one; half dozen of the other. All state systems oppress. Abortion should not be regulated at all. Personally, I believe there aren't enough abortions