Is It Time to Restrict Births?
After reading the rants of my fellow reactionary-crackpots about Bush's proposed guest worker program, I've wondered about applying the same style of reasoning elsewhere.
It's obviously time to institute mandatory birth restrictions. After all, children born today—even children born ten or twenty years ago—consume far more from the government than they pay in taxes. We are dealing with a population with no skills and no capital. What do they have to contribute to America? This country was built by people born in the Second Millennium and we should be wary of letting too many Third Millennials share it. Should we really allow more potential workers when born people are unemployed? I won't do more than mention the strain all those additional mouths put on the environment.
In addition to economic factors, there are also cultural and political ones. Letting people be born might have made sense a few decades ago. In today's society, they will be educated by the Politically Correct. After a few years, those PC zombies will start voting. We must prevent that!