January 23, 2007

Government Created STD's


There's a problem in this country with teen pregnancy and unwanted children. Just as often as there is a problem, there is a solution. The U.S. government needs to start creating terribly destructive STD's that will spread and wipe out the sexually indigent among us. Therefore, the superior genetics of the moral elite will dominate Darwin-style. Just like Darwin would have wanted it. Some will say, "What about people that have sex with an infected person against their will?" In Darwin's omniscience and sovereignty, he obviously chose that person to be a sacrifice for the greater good.

7 comments:

Jarrett said...

You'd think a government capable of creating Hurricane Katrina could manage this.

Sabai said...

you know that citrus freeze in California. That was Bush's idea, too. Just to throw people off the scent.

Jeff said...

I love a little pre-SOTU hyperbole.

Jeff said...

By the way, you sound eerily close to a position that might be espoused by Eric Keroack, the recently appointed deputy assistant secretary for population affairs at the DHHS.

He believes that premarital sex disrupts the brain's chemistry, resulting in the prevention of happy marriage. There's no science to this belief, you understand, but he's in control in population control, so government issued STD's might not be that far off.

Sabai said...

one thing i have noticed about pre-marital sex is that people who partake in it for the first time after careful consideration and waiting for the relationship to develop; if they start a new relationship, they tend to quickly achieve that level of physical intimacy without as much thought. It's interesting, if nothing else.

Anonymous said...

as to no scientific evidence that premartital sex causes any change in the brain's chemistry....

i read an article in national geographic that stated the relation between increased dopamine levels and the feeling of being "in love." when a couple engages in sex, like taking a ride on a roller coaster, their dopamine levels skyrocket. Now, everytime you think of the rollercoaster, you remember the thrill and your dopamine levels rise, same with the partner with whom you had sex. Now since scienctist have found a correlation to higher levels of dopamine and the butterflies in your stomach in love feeling which the body grown immune to after exposure, there is a lead to other implications. it takes about two or three years for dopamine side effects to fade from a particular repeated stimulus. This is thought to be a reason why couples who don't first produce a relationship based on love that produces oxitocin...the time and character based hormone...couples think that they are falling out of love when the dopamine levels fall. many times this is after about a year or so of a marriage...leading to divorce.
so, maybe there is a little backing to the idea that it is worth it to wait and develop a relationship based on things that will last more than two years.

Sabai said...

jeff, are we sure there's no science to that belief, or does he just never cite it?