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Just a thought, do you think that the objection to birth control and worker's rights by the conservatives are connected?

Razoreye001 2012/07/14 22:50:41
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Here's a thought what if we were to apply simple economic truth to humanity. The more there is of something the less it's value is. It is observable that the republicans are pro war, anti union, and are against reproductive rights. Is it possible that these are connected. Let's say the republicans have their way and birth control is banned the population super inflates. Now in theory it becomes more justifiable to go to war because if you lose a few soldiers they can easily be replaced. The same goes for the economy the more people there are the less you can afford to pay them for their work because human labor stops being a valuable resource and instead becomes an cheap easily replaced one. This can also be prove the reason why Liberals are for birth control. In a sense we want to make human life more valuable by promoting birth control forcing us to be more civilized. If there are fewer people the cost/benefit for war goes down because your losing a larger percentage of your population. It also reflects that liberals want things such as a minimum wage and more worker's rights which can be made more available if there isn't a large population of people. If this is all true that means that Democrats value human life more than Republicans. If you look at the behavior of the Tea Party one of the first things they did was try to restrict access to abortion which on the surface doesn't have anything to do with the economy but if this is right is essential for their economic plan. Tell me what you think?
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  • Marianne 2012/07/15 13:15:14
    Yes, this makes sense.
    Marianne
    +1
    This makes sense indeed, all the more as religious taboos, economic and political rules tend to push people into being productive, too productive, so as to have large reserves of expendable human resources or slaves. Fanatics and terrorists would not hesitate to massacre entire populations if they were in control. On the other hand, too little is done to fight against overpopulation by educating the people of all social levels to take their responsibility toward our endangered planet, and by supporting birth control.
  • Razorey... Marianne 2012/07/15 15:40:48
    Razoreye001
    +1
    exactly.
  • Marianne Razorey... 2012/07/15 15:56:57
    Marianne
    Thank you for your feedback.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/07/14 23:12:26
    Yes, this makes sense.
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    Makes sense to me!
  • santa6642 2012/07/14 23:10:43
    No there is a fallacy in your line of thought.
    santa6642
    +1
    Pure liberal BS.
  • Razorey... santa6642 2012/07/14 23:14:58
    Razoreye001
    Where do you see a fallacy in my argument?
  • Sinpac 2012/07/14 22:59:49
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    Sinpac
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    I never really thought of it like that. Pretty interesting.
  • Razorey... Sinpac 2012/07/14 23:01:04
    Razoreye001
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    Yeah, this came from a conversation about the minimum wage with my mom and I had this insight.

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