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(Chicago Breaking News)   "Quiverfull" religion Duggar family cranks out number 19 three months early at 1lb, 6 oz., showing what happens when you have unsafe sects   (chicagotribune.com) divider line 577
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2009-12-11 04:42:13 PM
Gamer Grrrl: santadog: 1.) They are doing it the natural way. I'd biatch more if it were modern medicine driven.

Their kid is in the NICU and was born 3 months early. How is that natural?

Your right, only the 19th child of a mother is born prematurely.

2.) They appear to be able to deal with it financially.

They receive handouts from their church and their viewers.

So? It isn't the government paying for them, so why do you give a crap? You don't have to support them, so quit whining.

3.) They are doing what nature intended "us" to do. Breed. Multiply. Perpetuate the species etc..

Nature also caused women to die in childbirth at 23, before modern medicine came along. Michelle Duggar would be dead if we lived in 1930.

Darn it. Got me again. All mothers before 1930 died at the age of 23, or after their second child. I forgot.
Before the 1930's women had MORE children than they do now. Infant mortality was higher, but they pumped out far more than we do now. And they obviously all didn't die in childbirth after the second.

4.) There was a time when big families had to happen. Farms needed to be worked.. etc. This holds true in some countries today, and even in some areas of the USA.

That's totally not true for the US. There is absolutely no reason for anyone to NEED 19 children. Not even the farking Amish have 19 kids.

There WAS a time in the US when you needed a big family. No, not 19 big, but noone here is suggesting that 19 kids was the norm back then.

5.) It appears they are raising polite kids with a potential to be contributing members of society.

How is Michelle Duggar contributing to society? Her only job is to procreate.

Again, you are correct. My mental image of a pregnant woman walking around the house and teaching her kids is replaced with the image of a giant fat hive queen in her cave spitting out kids by the day, isolated from society.

As long as they are taking care of business... it's none of ours?

They made it our business when they went on TV over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over...


Apparently you are chained down and forced to watch it? I've never even seen it, and barely even heard of it before this thread. A life. Get one.
 
2009-12-11 04:42:43 PM
Jument: To those of you saying: they aren't hurting you... if everyone did this the human race would be completely farked within a few decades.

You can't just live your life however you want. Ever action you take has some effect on your fellow human beings. You need to judge whether or not the impact your actions have on your fellow man are acceptable, or not.

Me, I say this is farktarded and socially irresponsible but I say the same thing about driving oversized cars to work so you may well disagree with me.


Point being that everybody DOESN'T do this, so who cares?
 
2009-12-11 04:42:49 PM
jaytkay: Joshua, Jana, John-David, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, Joseph, Josiah, Joy-Anna, Jedidiah, Jeremiah, Jason, James, Justin, Jackson, Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn-Grace and Josie

Their true names. No Joke.
bikerbob59: Jinger??


Jerkoff, Jew-hater, John-"the Wad"-Holmes...
 
2009-12-11 04:42:53 PM
Barbigazi: ne2d: TheGrayCat: Stop celebrating these huge families. Humans aren't meant to have this many living children.

So how many children are we "meant to" have?

2.5 and a dog.


Yes. No cats. Cats are of the devil.
 
2009-12-11 04:43:10 PM
santadog: see you didn't care to use the bottom half of my post that pretty much removed the need for you to even post anything to my comments at all. But hey, I got all night.

calm down champy, i made mine as Gamer Girl made hers, mine was just poster after.

Odd you respond once as a pleasant person then you respond to my same post (a second time) and go all jackass on me.

multiple personality disorder?
 
2009-12-11 04:43:55 PM
I forgot to mention, JESUS CAMP is a documentary. Not a "movie".
 
2009-12-11 04:44:04 PM
No problem with them leading 'good lives'. Its the fact that they're also going to grow up to vote.

Really not thrilled with being outnumbered and out voted by right wing fundies.
 
2009-12-11 04:44:04 PM
That's the size of my cat's turds.
 
2009-12-11 04:44:33 PM
zymosan: This is so farking irresponsible. There are millions of unwanted kids in the world and these assholes are just making more. You want so many farking kids? Adopt, don't contribute to overpopulation.

I bet if you saw someone telling underpriveleged people to stop reproducing you'd cry racism.

It's her vagina. If she wants to clown car it, that's her perogative. We do not have laws governing family size and I hope we never do.

This is the US. To the greatest extent possible, i say we should do what we want. in fact I advocate we adopt "and it harms none, do what you will shall be the whole of the law".

Besides, ya'll should look at the bright side. In ~15-25 years, their family reunion can start with someone saying "Four score and seven kids ago..."
 
2009-12-11 04:44:41 PM
I am Ahab: / [Hitler Youth pic]

kvinesknows knows.
//slashies as not to associate him/her with the "youth"


That second kid from the right is a zombie.
 
2009-12-11 04:44:41 PM
I'll bet that anytime Mrs. Duggar tries to insert a tampon into her vagina, it is automatically spit out and rejected as a foreign source.
 
2009-12-11 04:45:43 PM
Mnemia: To anyone who thinks there is anything "cute" about the Duggars and/or the Quiverfull movement, I suggest going and reading about Bill Gothard, the whack-job cultist who the Duggars are followers of. He's basically a hardcore radical who supports the overthrow of secular society in favor of his own brand of authoritarian religious ideology. The Duggars' TV show is essentially an extended, subtle infomercial for his far-right views.

Okay, that was the cite I was looking for. Thanks.

Seriously though...I doubt the Duggar family is going to be some kind of dangerous army of God. And I doubt the clown car thing is going to catch on. The people getting freaked out about this sound like Fox News. "OMG! DUGGAR ARMY OF GOD COMING TO TAKE OVER THE NATION! ALSO TO SPREAD H1N1!"
 
2009-12-11 04:46:58 PM
Rann Xerox: ....in a....

Hot dog in a TARDIS?
 
2009-12-11 04:47:21 PM
santadog: CliChe Guevara: santadog: It appears they are raising polite kids with a potential to be contributing members of society.

These people are the Christian equivalent of the Taliban. They are breeding an "Army of God" with the SPECIFICALLY STATED goal to 'saving the White Race'.

They are preparing for what they call 'RAHOWA' or 'Racial Holy War'.

They aren't breeding kids that are anything close to polite, nor to be contributing members of society.

The point is to build an army to destroy society as we know it.

You didn't see the bottom comments of my original post either. I stated that their purpose it to breed their ideals into society.


Sarah Palin is doing more to cause that than the Duggars are.
 
2009-12-11 04:47:26 PM
Cooterfull
 
2009-12-11 04:47:38 PM
Rann Xerox: I'll bet that anytime Mrs. Duggar tries to insert a tampon into her vagina, it is automatically spit out and rejected as a foreign source.


when would she ever need a tampon?
 
2009-12-11 04:48:03 PM
Lee451: And it seems that God is taking care of His own in return.

Let's see if this turns into Job 2: Electric Boogaloo
 
j4x
2009-12-11 04:48:54 PM
I wonder if the Farker's biatching in this thread realize they look as crazy as the Duggar's to people in the middle.........
 
2009-12-11 04:50:32 PM
Sm3agol85: So? It isn't the government paying for them, so why do you give a crap? You don't have to support them, so quit whining.

Because we DO pay for it, indirectly.

Darn it. Got me again. All mothers before 1930 died at the age of 23, or after their second child. I forgot.
Before the 1930's women had MORE children than they do now. Infant mortality was higher, but they pumped out far more than we do now. And they obviously all didn't die in childbirth after the second.


The odds of this woman living through this many births is very, very slim if not for modern medicine. There's just no way to dodge that one. Sorry.

There WAS a time in the US when you needed a big family. No, not 19 big, but noone here is suggesting that 19 kids was the norm back then.

Well, he was saying that some places in the US still require lots of kids, and I was calling him (or her) on that, since we've outlawed child labor in the US.

Again, you are correct. My mental image of a pregnant woman walking around the house and teaching her kids is replaced with the image of a giant fat hive queen in her cave spitting out kids by the day, isolated from society.

Okay, that's a gross thing to visualize.

As long as they are taking care of business... it's none of ours?

Their agendy means it IS my business.

Apparently you are chained down and forced to watch it? I've never even seen it, and barely even heard of it before this thread. A life. Get one.

I've actually never seen their show. I saw the first special or two, back when it was 13 and then 14 (I think) kids. But it's been years. Also, there were 19 "overs" in my statement, so it was more of a joke than anything else. Subtle, I know.
 
2009-12-11 04:50:33 PM
Zamboro: I grew up around them. You'd have identified them as ordinary evangelicals, and when speaking to non-Christians they'd have been reserved and used tame language. But when they knew they were among the like minded they would speak openly of banishing secularism and bringing the nation back in line with Biblical principles. The Christian Flag hung in every classroom where I went to school and it was taught unreservedly that a Christian government would one day replace the secular one. Sounds tame enough, but what that would actually entail isn't tame in the least.

No wonder you have a truckload of sand in your vag every single time you post in a religion thread.

I also grew up in evangelical circles, and your experience does not represent the majority of evangelicals. It represents the fruit loops that made the rest of us facepalm. I have stories. Lots of them.
 
j4x
2009-12-11 04:51:17 PM
Gamer Grrrl: Sm3agol85: So? It isn't the government paying for them, so why do you give a crap? You don't have to support them, so quit whining.

Because we DO pay for it, indirectly.

Darn it. Got me again. All mothers before 1930 died at the age of 23, or after their second child. I forgot.
Before the 1930's women had MORE children than they do now. Infant mortality was higher, but they pumped out far more than we do now. And they obviously all didn't die in childbirth after the second.

The odds of this woman living through this many births is very, very slim if not for modern medicine. There's just no way to dodge that one. Sorry.

There WAS a time in the US when you needed a big family. No, not 19 big, but noone here is suggesting that 19 kids was the norm back then.

Well, he was saying that some places in the US still require lots of kids, and I was calling him (or her) on that, since we've outlawed child labor in the US.

Again, you are correct. My mental image of a pregnant woman walking around the house and teaching her kids is replaced with the image of a giant fat hive queen in her cave spitting out kids by the day, isolated from society.

Okay, that's a gross thing to visualize.

As long as they are taking care of business... it's none of ours?

Their agendy means it IS my business.

Apparently you are chained down and forced to watch it? I've never even seen it, and barely even heard of it before this thread. A life. Get one.

I've actually never seen their show. I saw the first special or two, back when it was 13 and then 14 (I think) kids. But it's been years. Also, there were 19 "overs" in my statement, so it was more of a joke than anything else. Subtle, I know.


WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
 
2009-12-11 04:51:56 PM
raptusregaliter: zymosan: This is so farking irresponsible. There are millions of unwanted kids in the world and these assholes are just making more. You want so many farking kids? Adopt, don't contribute to overpopulation.

We have, but not for the reasons you state. And it's not really that easy to adopt; trust me.

Once you adopt, or even beforehand if you cruise adoption blogs and groups, you find out that there is a loud, obnoxious, hate-filled group of people who gladly tell you that all adoptees are miserable, damaged, lonely, unable to love, are forever mourning, and are just replacement children for the evil, infertile, selfish, babystealing adoptive parents to fill their empty, evil, grinchy hearts. There are even whole books on how guilty my husband and I are supposed to feel for adopting. It's my impression that many of these people are are the same ones who want to ban adoption.

I sh*t you not. Talk about rude awakening.

//i'll give ya links and book titles if ya want
/the anger of these folks (some warranted, others not so much) is astonishing
/// FYI, there is no such thing as "just adopt"


really? wow. that's messed up.

/adopted
 
2009-12-11 04:52:11 PM
Can't we just shoot these people with crossbows yet?
 
2009-12-11 04:52:15 PM
jaytkay

That pic takes me back to my toxicology days. Though in those days I would then take those pile of pups, dose them w/ Sodium Pentabarbatol and leave them to die in the cold cold lab.

/20 mins before that I left mom to die in a CO2 box and then did a necropsy/C-section
//good times
 
2009-12-11 04:52:15 PM
Old enough to know better: No problem with them leading 'good lives'. Its the fact that they're also going to grow up to vote.

Really not thrilled with being outnumbered and out voted by right wing fundies.


Better start having kids of your own then
 
j4x
2009-12-11 04:52:46 PM
Son of Thunder: Zamboro: I grew up around them. You'd have identified them as ordinary evangelicals, and when speaking to non-Christians they'd have been reserved and used tame language. But when they knew they were among the like minded they would speak openly of banishing secularism and bringing the nation back in line with Biblical principles. The Christian Flag hung in every classroom where I went to school and it was taught unreservedly that a Christian government would one day replace the secular one. Sounds tame enough, but what that would actually entail isn't tame in the least.

No wonder you have a truckload of sand in your vag every single time you post in a religion thread.

I also grew up in evangelical circles, and your experience does not represent the majority of evangelicals. It represents the fruit loops that made the rest of us facepalm. I have stories. Lots of them.


I grew up in all sorts of Baptist churches in the South and I've never heard of any of the ideas people are punting around in this thread.
 
2009-12-11 04:53:14 PM
j4x: WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Uh, no. Somebody is breeding children specifically to outbreed and therefore outpopulate people like me. They want a Christian theocracy in America, and they're trying to bring this about by rutting like bunnies. It is an affront to everything America stands for. I reserve the right to call them out on their bullshiat un--American intentions.
 
2009-12-11 04:53:16 PM
5 dollar milkshake: Timmy the Tumor: WinoRhino: Oh, and would someone from the retarded "this is socially irresponsible" crowd back up their opinion with a reason?



because most of them are ugly

Ha! Yeah! Down with the uggos!




why not, it's why I had a vasectomy



(just kidding)
 
2009-12-11 04:53:30 PM
Zamboro: But when they knew they were among the like minded they would speak openly of banishing secularism and bringing the nation back in line with Biblical principles. The Christian Flag hung in every classroom where I went to school and it was taught unreservedly that a Christian government would one day replace the secular one. Sounds tame enough, but what that would actually entail isn't tame in the least.

Screw terrorism. If there is any force on Earth that poses a serious threat to America and our way of life, it's these moonbats. All 50 million of them.
 
2009-12-11 04:55:53 PM
RedT: Old enough to know better: No problem with them leading 'good lives'. Its the fact that they're also going to grow up to vote.

Really not thrilled with being outnumbered and out voted by right wing fundies.

Better start having kids of your own then


I wouldn't worry too much about it. if those studies on homosexuality in large families turn out to be true, then the fundies might just end up breeding enough voters to turn gay marriage into a reality.
 
2009-12-11 04:56:38 PM
Zamboro: Sm3agol85: "I had to lol a little at this. That is on the VERY extreme side of what you call evangelicals."

Not at all. I grew up around them. You'd have identified them as ordinary evangelicals, and when speaking to non-Christians they'd have been reserved and used tame language. But when they knew they were among the like minded they would speak openly of banishing secularism and bringing the nation back in line with Biblical principles. The Christian Flag hung in every classroom where I went to school and it was taught unreservedly that a Christian government would one day replace the secular one. Sounds tame enough, but what that would actually entail isn't tame in the least.

So no, they don't call themselves fascists. And they go to great lengths not to give off that appearance. But that's what they are. They will claim to stand for freedom, but when pressed, they will explain that the only true freedom is submission to Christ, which means submission to a Christian government. They don't mean the same things that we do when they use certain words. It enables them to come across as supportive of essential American values while in fact promoting something else entirely.

I recommend you pick up these books.


Why would I read that? I know for a fact you're wrong. I more or less belong to a church that is considered very strict by other churches. And while they obviously promote Christian values and principles, I've never heard any of the crap you're talking about. I'm pretty much "on the inside," i know what I'm talking about. You were on the inside of an extreme church, and obviously you have a lot of hatred built up towards anyone even close to what they believe. You should see a phsycologist or something.
 
2009-12-11 04:56:43 PM
cauth002:
Seriously though...I doubt the Duggar family is going to be some kind of dangerous army of God. And I doubt the clown car thing is going to catch on. The people getting freaked out about this sound like Fox News. "OMG! DUGGAR ARMY OF GOD COMING TO TAKE OVER THE NATION! ALSO TO SPREAD H1N1!"


I doubt a lot of people will have 19 kids because of these whacked-out beliefs, too. That's a lot of dedication. But there are many more who strongly support what they are doing for the reasons they are doing it, even if they don't do it themselves. Natalism is probably rarely successful as a political strategy...but that really doesn't matter much. The fact is, they are having lots of children for a whacked-out politico-religious reason.
 
2009-12-11 04:56:51 PM
cauth002: "Seriously though...I doubt the Duggar family is going to be some kind of dangerous army of God. And I doubt the clown car thing is going to catch on. The people getting freaked out about this sound like Fox News. "OMG! DUGGAR ARMY OF GOD COMING TO TAKE OVER THE NATION! ALSO TO SPREAD H1N1!"

For a time, schools across the country had abstinence-only sex education programs. Many also had disclaimers on textbooks containing mention of evolution, and in Louisiana creationism is taught in public science classrooms alongside evolution. There was also, for several years, a ban on federal funding of stem cell research. Under Bush, there were outspoken creationists appointed to positions overseeing NASA and the NOAA.

How did any of this occur, if the concern over Christian nationalism is nothing more than empty alarmism? Do you live in an alternate reality where Focus on the Family, The Christian Coalition et. al. don't have any political influence? Last I checked, Bob Jones, Liberty U and Patrick Henry had still managed to place thousands of dominionist graduates into various advisory positions under prominent Republican politicans.

Did that not happen? Have I imagined all of it?
 
2009-12-11 04:58:06 PM
Sm3agol85: Why would I read that? I know for a fact you're wrong. I more or less belong to a church that is considered very strict by other churches. And while they obviously promote Christian values and principles, I've never heard any of the crap you're talking about. I'm pretty much "on the inside," i know what I'm talking about. You were on the inside of an extreme church, and obviously you have a lot of hatred built up towards anyone even close to what they believe. You should see a phsycologist or something.

If you're truly on "the inside" of a Dominionist movement, then your words here aren't trustworthy anyway. If your church isn't like that, then it's not as whacked out as what the Duggars believe. Simple.
 
2009-12-11 04:58:17 PM
jaytkay: Joshua, Jana, John-David, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, Joseph, Josiah, Joy-Anna, Jedidiah, Jeremiah, Jason, James, Justin, Jackson, Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn-Grace and Josie

Their true names. No Joke.


Well the new one can be Joke.

/it is a name
//a Dutch one
 
2009-12-11 04:58:36 PM
j4x: Gamer Grrrl: Sm3agol85: So? It isn't the government paying for them, so why do you give a crap? You don't have to support them, so quit whining.

Because we DO pay for it, indirectly.

Darn it. Got me again. All mothers before 1930 died at the age of 23, or after their second child. I forgot.
Before the 1930's women had MORE children than they do now. Infant mortality was higher, but they pumped out far more than we do now. And they obviously all didn't die in childbirth after the second.

The odds of this woman living through this many births is very, very slim if not for modern medicine. There's just no way to dodge that one. Sorry.

There WAS a time in the US when you needed a big family. No, not 19 big, but noone here is suggesting that 19 kids was the norm back then.

Well, he was saying that some places in the US still require lots of kids, and I was calling him (or her) on that, since we've outlawed child labor in the US.

Again, you are correct. My mental image of a pregnant woman walking around the house and teaching her kids is replaced with the image of a giant fat hive queen in her cave spitting out kids by the day, isolated from society.

Okay, that's a gross thing to visualize.

As long as they are taking care of business... it's none of ours?

Their agendy means it IS my business.

Apparently you are chained down and forced to watch it? I've never even seen it, and barely even heard of it before this thread. A life. Get one.

I've actually never seen their show. I saw the first special or two, back when it was 13 and then 14 (I think) kids. But it's been years. Also, there were 19 "overs" in my statement, so it was more of a joke than anything else. Subtle, I know.

WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH


Lol...I agree. She must live a very high-stress life to be so worried about the Duggars, their financial situation, and the destruction of the government as we know it by the "army of God." She makes some decent points, but aren't we ALL paying for one another indirectly? I'm not sure I'll even have one kid, but if they are happy, whatever.
 
2009-12-11 04:59:15 PM
Sm3agol85: Zamboro: meat0918: "Some have documented delusions of raising an army for God and taking the country back from the secularists and non-Christians."

Mnemia: "To anyone who thinks there is anything "cute" about the Duggars and/or the Quiverfull movement, I suggest going and reading about Bill Gothard, the whack-job cultist who the Duggars are followers of. He's basically a hardcore radical who supports the overthrow of secular society in favor of his own brand of authoritarian religious ideology. The Duggars' TV show is essentially an extended, subtle infomercial for his far-right views."

Bingo, but his views are hardly unique. Christian Dominionists make up a majority of US evangelicals, and are essentially classical fascists.


I had to lol a little at this. That is on the VERY extreme side of what you call evangelicals.


Its the side that scares him the most though.

I get my hackles up when people have kids then pawn them off on the tax payers to take care of. The Duggars support their kids. Other than medical services that they pay for or is covered by insurance the duggars aren't as much a burden on may as anyone else is to society. Hell the duggars kids aren't even using up space in public schools.
 
2009-12-11 04:59:33 PM
Wonder how much incest there will be.

Will they start to eat each other if their money dries up rather than get one the dole?
 
2009-12-11 04:59:52 PM
j4x: Son of Thunder: Zamboro: I grew up around them. You'd have identified them as ordinary evangelicals, and when speaking to non-Christians they'd have been reserved and used tame language. But when they knew they were among the like minded they would speak openly of banishing secularism and bringing the nation back in line with Biblical principles. The Christian Flag hung in every classroom where I went to school and it was taught unreservedly that a Christian government would one day replace the secular one. Sounds tame enough, but what that would actually entail isn't tame in the least.

No wonder you have a truckload of sand in your vag every single time you post in a religion thread.

I also grew up in evangelical circles, and your experience does not represent the majority of evangelicals. It represents the fruit loops that made the rest of us facepalm. I have stories. Lots of them.

I grew up in all sorts of Baptist churches in the South and I've never heard of any of the ideas people are punting around in this thread.


Agreed. Southern Baptist...Alabama. Never heard of this stuff. Obviously it isn't a large-enough movement to be concerned about.
 
2009-12-11 05:00:17 PM
DadaPiet: Well the new one can be Joke.

/it is a name
//a Dutch one


Surely, you Jest!
 
2009-12-11 05:00:20 PM
Roger Wilco: Rann Xerox: ....in a....

Hot dog in a TARDIS?


WINNAR!
 
j4x
2009-12-11 05:00:31 PM
Gamer Grrrl: j4x: WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Uh, no. Somebody is breeding children specifically to outbreed and therefore outpopulate people like me. They want a Christian theocracy in America, and they're trying to bring this about by rutting like bunnies. It is an affront to everything America stands for. I reserve the right to call them out on their bullshiat un--American intentions.


You didn't really do anything to disprove my contention that you only hate these people because they have an opposing world view. I honestly don't give a shiat how many children they have and what they teach them. Christian Theocracy? Take your tinfoil hat off, Religion in the country has been losing it's foothold for years. Un-American? Really? Having lots of children and teaching them your morals is un-American? The birthrate in America is already below what would sustain positive population growth. If you're truly against over population, go and biatch about immigration and breeding in the third world. But that's not what you're upset about. You just can't stand the fact that people are spreading views you don't like and that makes you angry. You're the farking fascist.
 
2009-12-11 05:01:16 PM
kvinesknows: Rann Xerox: I'll bet that anytime Mrs. Duggar tries to insert a tampon into her vagina, it is automatically spit out and rejected as a foreign source.


when would she ever need a tampon?


Exactly my point.
 
2009-12-11 05:01:50 PM
Gamer Grrrl: j4x: WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Uh, no. Somebody is breeding children specifically to outbreed and therefore outpopulate people like me. They want a Christian theocracy in America, and they're trying to bring this about by rutting like bunnies. It is an affront to everything America stands for. I reserve the right to call them out on their bullshiat un--American intentions.


Honey, calm down. Mormans have been trying this shiat for generations. It isn't anything to worry about. It would have to be one hell of a movement for it to effect society.
 
2009-12-11 05:02:06 PM
TheGrayCat: Rye_: Actually, they all appear to be pretty happy. And debt-free, I hear.

Happy based on what? What they say for the cameras in their television show?


Out of cusiousity, what do you base your judgment on?
 
2009-12-11 05:02:37 PM
Gamer Grrrl: j4x: WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Uh, no. Somebody is breeding children specifically to outbreed and therefore outpopulate people like me. They want a Christian theocracy in America, and they're trying to bring this about by rutting like bunnies.


So you are against Democracy and one person one vote?
 
j4x
2009-12-11 05:03:00 PM
Anyways, those Duggar women are cute. I know enough about fundie Christianity that I'm sure I could BS my way into courting some of them.
 
2009-12-11 05:04:01 PM
j4x: Gamer Grrrl: j4x: WAAAHHHHHHHHH SOMEONE IS BREEDING CHILDREN THAT DON'T SHARE MY WORLD VIEW WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Uh, no. Somebody is breeding children specifically to outbreed and therefore outpopulate people like me. They want a Christian theocracy in America, and they're trying to bring this about by rutting like bunnies. It is an affront to everything America stands for. I reserve the right to call them out on their bullshiat un--American intentions.

You didn't really do anything to disprove my contention that you only hate these people because they have an opposing world view. I honestly don't give a shiat how many children they have and what they teach them. Christian Theocracy? Take your tinfoil hat off, Religion in the country has been losing it's foothold for years. Un-American? Really? Having lots of children and teaching them your morals is un-American? The birthrate in America is already below what would sustain positive population growth. If you're truly against over population, go and biatch about immigration and breeding in the third world. But that's not what you're upset about. You just can't stand the fact that people are spreading views you don't like and that makes you angry. You're the farking fascist.


This.
 
2009-12-11 05:04:38 PM
It's tragic that this family has a premature child.

Those of you that feel so much hate for these people because of their beliefs need to chill out. Your anti-religeous ferver is blinding you to what is a really sad story.
 
2009-12-11 05:04:45 PM
cauth002: Honey, calm down. Mormans have been trying this shiat for generations. It isn't anything to worry about. It would have to be one hell of a movement for it to effect society.

And the Mormons haven't affected it, either.
 
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