Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Apr 20, 2014.
good. in time past this nation understood the need for artificial selection and the importance of eugenics.
Am thinking this is a good thing..
What's the problem?
Not ranting but do want to say..I'm tired of paying for women who have 5 kids by 3 baby daddies that don't pay child support..our taxes go up every year...to pay for these entitlement programs..
why doesn't calf just administer depo provera so that they don't get knocked up while incarcerated. no need to make it permanent since some of them might get out eventually.
the Mexicans were targeted for sterilization, dawg
good job California, any chance of moving this program into the ghettos and trailer parks nation wide??
I'll pay more in taxes for a program like this.
an Easter feel good story, springtime for Hitler
Or an IUD. Hell, I'd like to see IUDs used as a condition of parole (and welfare.) I'd also like to see some non-violent male prisoners be offered time off for a voluntary vasectomy. But there are just too many cases of innocent people getting convicted of crimes that they did not commit...and there are many cases of people who did their time and went on to lead a law-abiding, productive life. So mandatory tubal ligation or vasectomies cannot be tolerated.
One of my favorite people in the world is Barbara Harris of Project Prevention; an organization that offers addicts cash if they consent to voluntary long-term birth control or sterilization. Almost 4,000 addicts have taken her up on the offer and I can't imagine how much suffering and hurt that she and her organization has prevented. But again, it's voluntary. That's the key.
thats why i figured depo would be good for these cases: it wears off after a few years and once its injected i dont think there is an antidote so its not as if they can remove it. that way if an innocent is jailed and administered depo, they will be able to conceive again in a few years (and it will probably take an innocent incarcerated 3+ years to get out anyway).
I'm sure you know a lot more about Depo than I do. I always thought IUDs come with less potential health risks, but I could be totally wrong.
Prison guards, welfare office workers, & NBA agents are opposed to this.
only reason i know a little bit about it is because after living with my gf in grad school for 3 months she told me the Cincinnatti juvi court mandated she be on it as a condition of her being released...
I honestly had no idea that's been around that long. It came out in '67, I see. I swear I thought it came out in the early 90s. x2
apparently when its in you, you don't want sex either. my gf's libido must have been outrageous before the injections because she seemed normal to me: its what we did before and after classes.
How long ago did this happen?
good. but it's only a start, let's get moving on this.
put birth control in their school lunches, it starts pretty early with some of these winners.
did what happen?