Random Thoughts: Not Enough Kids

Posted on December 5, 2012 9:36 am

As a country, we don’t exile nearly enough politicians.

The solution to getting thinner isn’t eating less food, it’s getting more metabolism.

Obama: “Cuts in spending won’t solve the deficit… since I won’t agree to any of those.”

If we need more revenue, we need to get the economy going… of which tax increases would have the opposite effect.

Our country can achieve anything as long as people can control their greed and jealousy about the “rich.”

I can’t figure out if this one-star review of my Obama book is also satire. “If you can’t see the enigmatic nature of this individual, you may just be jealous.”

For conservatives dealing with the left’s bigotry: Just remember that one day you’ll be dead and then they’ll call you one of the good ones.

Kinda surprised this has to be explained. You don’t need to invoke religion to worry about declining birthrates; reproduction is important to evolution too. If modern society means a below replacement level birthrate, then modern society is an evolutionary dead end.

The problem with logically figuring out when and how many children to have is that there is no logic in it.

Perhaps a problem with birth control is we’re just not smart enough to actually figure out when to have children.

Buttercup made her very first pun yesterday. She held up a rock and shouted, “I want to rock!”

Costas is probably also against armor-piercing hollow points. It’s no wonder people are so scared of things they know nothing about.

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14 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Not Enough Kids”

  1. Dodsfall says:

    Maybe Costas’ time would be better spent searching for a box of armor piercing hollow points as a Christmas gift for his armed security detail.

    I’m sure he would feel safer if their guns were confiscated, however.

  2. Rayfan87 says:

    Its not just the numbers of children being born, but more and more things are looking like the opening scene of Idiocracy. The people who shouldn’t have kids have many and the responsible people may only have one or two.

  3. Capitalist_B says:

    I can’t figure out if this one-star review of my Obama book is also satire. “If you can’t see the enigmatic nature of this individual, you may just be jealous.”

    HELL YEAH I’M JEALOUS!! So to peel back beyond Poe’s Law, he’s SERIOUS but with a boatload of CHUTZPAH. Think about it. Your Obama voter, the person this reviewer says he’s an ally of, does *WANT* the economy to recover because (s)he doesn’t *WANT* to go off food stamps and get a real job. Obama, in keeping the gravy train rolling, is a MAJOR *ALLY*. That’s what this guy means when he says “ally of the people.”

    That’s also why the rich have to be vilified so much in the Democrat’s narrative. Heaven forbid you should ever feel enough sympathy for them to stop picking their pockets and get a real job.

  4. Conservatarian says:

    I can’t figure out if this one-star review of my Obama book is also satire. “If you can’t see the enigmatic nature of this individual, you may just be jealous.”

    Had trouble following his thought process, but I do love steak and whiskey!

  5. Marc says:

    “If modern society means a below replacement level birthrate, then modern society is an evolutionary dead end.” There is a book titled “There Will Be Dragons” written by John Ringo that opens with a society that has been able to extend life almost indefinately and no need to work so they live lives of luxury and as a result the birth rate has dropped to nearly zero. Things really get interesting when all the technology they have become dependant on goes bye-bye.

  6. Crabby Old Bat says:

    Buttercup made her very first pun yesterday. She held up a rock and shouted, “I want to rock!”

    My kid told her first lie before she could talk. We were dealing with a particularly nasty diaper, and I said, “Whew, what a horrible stench! Did Elizabeth do that?” She shook her head no, pointed at me, and cackled with laughter. “Mommy did it?” (Laughter.) “No, Elizabeth did it!” More head-shaking, pointing, and hysterical laughter. My beautiful infant daughter – mastering poop jokes and prevarication just a few months out of the womb. What a proud parenting moment.

  7. Editor says:

    “I want to rock!”

    Rock on!

  8. Dohtimes says:

    Bob Costas, just another hollow pointed head shooting it’s mouth off. Now if he could just do it literally.

  9. Jimmy says:

    Crabby, is she a lawyer now, too? Or wants to be?

    It would figure.

  10. TiminAL says:

    “I can’t figure out if this one-star review of my Obama book is also satire. “If you can’t see the enigmatic nature of this individual, you may just be jealous.”

    Just tells me that the mook probably didn’t read past the title of the book.

  11. CaptMidnight says:

    Not Enough Kids? Allow those folks who want to abort their babies, abort their babies. Allow those men who want to marry men, marry men. Allow those women who want to marry women, marry women. In three generations, there will be no Democrats. Not enough kids, you say!

  12. Les says:

    It would have been a little better satire if the reviewer had spelled “enematic” correctly.

    A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, stuffed in a tamale, hurled into a cranial abyss.

  13. 1Richard says:

    “I want to rock”, is an alliteration, not a pun. Just sayin’.

  14. Frank J. says:

    1Richard,

    How in the world is that phrase alliteration?

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