Friday, September 5, 2008

Existentialism and Pro-Life Politics

Somewhere, someone has a link to my blog indicating that it is a Libertarian blog.

It's been a long time since I lived up to that expectation, so I suspect I should blog about something political for a change. That's the interesting thing about Libertarians. They don't tend to follow expectations. My blog should be in the handbook of what a Libertarian Blog should look like.

A few days ago, I indirectly, and not by name, mentioned Palin. For those of you, who, like me, don't watch the news. She's McCain's choice for VP.

Her life is now on display for the world to see because our media system likes drama and has to produce it where there isn't any. The good thing is that only people that are newsworthy will ever get elected so if the media can create news worthy events about you then you are ahead in the game.

She's very anti-abortion. Apparently, women shouldn't even be wasting their eggs. Every time women are bleeding a life is being destroyed. I wonder how many unborn children die every month because of unfertilized eggs. It must be hard being her. Imagine the guilt she must feel. She's only had 5 children and how many months has she been fertile?

So, I've decided I don't like pro-choice and pro-life politics. I've decided that I am existentialisticly pro-life. It's a new thing.


  1. Gar,
    If you'd like, I can move you to the "Spiritual Advisors" category....

  2. If you can change the category to: "Blind leading the blind", I'll take you up on it :).