Of Michelle Goldberg Part 4 – And Feminists Acting Stupidly
Ten year old girls have been denied access to over the counter drugs by the Obama Administration and Planned Parenthood feels both betrayed and outraged. Sharing in this outrage is feminist Michelle Goldberg, who writes in The Daily Beast the decision to prevent little girls (who should not be thinking about, let alone having, sex in the first place) from purchasing a pregnancy ending drug was “politically driven”.
Politics getting in the way of ten year old girls engaging in sex, then “destroying any evidence” before mommy and daddy find out?
This controversy was constantly cited in feminist indictments of the previous president. It was usually mentioned in critiques of Bush’s ideological, anti-empirical approach to science. That’s why women’s-health advocates and other progressives were so shocked yesterday when the Obama administration overruled an FDA recommendation to expand over-the-counter access to Plan B One-Step, a type of morning-after pill.
How can revoking insanity be an “anti-empirical approach to science”? There is, or course, no “controversy”. Only in the excrement filled minds of Planned Parenthood and feminists, like Michelle Goldberg. “Feminist indictments” and “critiques” are absolutely irrelevant in the real world, and certainly ought not hold any bearing, any sway, in science and rational thought, or in congress and its role, its ability to make and pass laws.
There is something deeper, more disturbing and diabolical going on than that. Even by 2011 logic, standards and common sense the very idea we as a civilized society would accept something that is so damaging, so corrupting to anyone, women, teens and especially little girls goes beyond any level of straight forward comprehension.
It is absurdity that we would behave and react with dignified reserve, and with a smile on our face, should we happen to witness a teenage girl, or even a girl as young as ten, walk up to a store counter, plunk down the appropriate fee and declare, “Now may I have that drug which makes my pregnancy go away?”
Honestly, what does Planned Parenthood and Michelle Goldberg take us for? What does any feminist acting stupidly, endangering the lives of young girls, tampering with their “fragile innocence” take us for?
As parents, and as a society, we have a compelling necessity to instill responsibility in our children. Although teenagers ought not be engaging in sex to begin with, we know it occurs. Providing to our young easily accessible drugs (i.e., a pill which provides an easy way out) does not mold character, does not shape a child’s mind or prepare them for adulthood, does not allow them to properly grow into strong, independent adults. We know why Planned Parenthood supports corrupting young girls. Why does Michelle Goldberg defend their despicable actions?
The decision to deny girls under the age of 17 the drug nicknamed “The Morning after pill” was in part driven by politics. Obama, congress, and even radical pro-abortion feminist Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services Secretary, have been feeling the heat from Catholic Bishops and other pro-life groups who have mounted and spearheaded a hugely successful campaign to prevent congress from forcing hospitals and medical staff into providing abortions and abortion inducing drugs against their religious and moral convictions.
In other words – without this pressure, without feeling politically threatened, Sebelius and Obama would have endorsed a law making it legal for girls as young as ten to slink into any store and purchase an over the counter drug, the Morning After Pill, quietly, anonymously, unknowingly, ingest the concoction to end their pregnancy privately, without mom and dad ever knowing. Planned Parenthood supports – demands – the Morning After Pill be available over the counter to any girl, regardless of age.
Our daughters deserve better than the crap being espoused, promoted and sold by Planned Parenthood and defended by feminists acting stupidly, like Michelle Goldberg. Our daughters deserve to be raised properly, influenced rightly, taught morally by parents and adult educators who possess incredible strength and fortitude when it comes to ensuring the information provided and disseminated, and put into the hands of young, impressionable girls will help them grow into wise, stable adults – not harm or stunt their intellectuality or corrupt their minds, or turn them into quivering, mush-filled liberal feminists – like Michelle Goldberg.
There is no rationale for even remotely considering a law legalizing any drug to any minor, certainly without their parents knowledge and consent. Yet, while feminists like Michelle Goldberg would denounce and condemn the idea of young girls working, learning responsibility, preparing for adulthood and earning some extra income – even with their parents knowledge and consent – these same radical feminists, like Michelle Goldberg, would be, and are, flabbergasted when society attempts to step in-between Planned Parenthood’s damnable scheme to infiltrate a parent’s right to raise their own children.
Planned Parenthood, and feminists, like Michelle Goldberg, are perfectly comfortable with young girls engaging in sex, apparently even as young as ten. It’s part of their whole “sexual liberation” ideology which has brainwashed young girls and women into becoming feminists, who in turn brainwash the next generation of young girls into becoming feminists, and so forth and so on.
Pregnancy often results during “sexual liberation”. Planned Parenthood and feminists, like Michelle Goldberg, vehemently reject and oppose parental rights. They support, and are committed to passing, laws which would otherwise allow young girls to be, and to remain, irresponsible; laws that would keep parents from ever knowing their daughters had engaged in sex, had ingested drugs, however “safe”, but without their parents knowledge or consent, and stopped pregnancy from occurring.
Yes, Sebelius and Obama “did the right thing”, contrary to the express wishes of Planned Parenthood, and feminists, like Michelle Goldberg. But do we give them a pass? Is credit due to them? Did Sebelius overrule a law allowing girls even as young as ten year old the right to obtain pregnancy ending drugs without their parents involvement, and did Obama support her overruling, because they both saw the real harm and injury posed to young girls, to society, in passing such a law? Or did they overrule the law because, as Michelle puts it, they were “politically driven”?
We know Planned Parenthood and Michelle Goldberg are without character. We don’t have to accept their drivel. However, can we accept the drivel of a United States President who is also without character, without morals, without question lacking in real leadership? If this decision made by Sebelius, and supported by Obama, was only “politically driven”, rather than driven by morality, rationality, and a real respect for young women and girls – what does that decision say about their character?