Friday, February 26, 2016

Rats Protected From Harrassment, Babies Not So Much

                 According to Larry Schweikart (in his 2011 book “What Would The Founders Say”), under a U.S.  law,  the “crime” of “annoying” a kangaroo rat could result in a fine of $100,000 and a year in jail, and these penalties could be levied for the simple act of shining a flashlight on one of these springy rodents.
                On the other hand, aborting your baby is legal, and though we partially fund this infanticide through cash confiscated from taxpayers, Girl Scout cookie purchases, and via assorted other avenues, Planned Parenthood and abortion rights agitators are always clamoring for more money. I believe that we should augment these already substantial death donations by taking the money accrued from fines paid by the despicable kangaroo rat molesters and giving it to Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and the like.
                If we were to strictly enforce existing kangaroo rat-annoyance laws, this would create a win-win scenario, as doing so would help keep the native human population in check, while making sure the abhorrent practice of rat-annoying is properly punished.


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