Tailgaters on my ass. Speeders in a rush to get past me. To where? To our imminent days of judgment? Hell-bent on making it a competition.
Motorcyclists with their girls in summer tank tops, showing off browned skin. No helmets. “Overall, the number of motorcycle deaths increased by 30 percent after the  repeal of the [Texas] helmet law:” the result of a 2010 University of Arkansas study, by Laura Walter, cited in ehstoday.com.
The road demons passing me don’t care about cautionary statistics, speed limits, or about laws at all, upping the odds of a grim scene in the accident of an accident.
I cruise along, no more than 5 MPH over the speed limit. Pisses them off when they come at me so fast from behind, then have to gear down until it’s clear for them to pass. Makes me smile.
Far and away more lawless than tailgaters, speeders, or helmetless bikers, that thing being spun is the no worries mindset toward the butcherous MS-13 gang from south of the border, species of which already infest our states.
The sum of these blood-lustful, victim-beating then dismembering, soulless killers, Lind casually tosses aside, is minimal compared to the greater sum of the true victims–the immigrants (mostly illegal border-crossers) who just want a little free love offered toward their [cutting in line] desperate need for asylum in America, el Norte!–“just a kiss away,” as the Rolling Stones’ song Gimme Shelter passionately peddles.
She would have us open wide our southern border and bus these illegal victim-immigrants into city-sanctuaries, then shun citizen-protection altogether by abolishing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Pay no attention to the accompanying multiplication of MS-13 rapist-murderers within our country.
Tailgaters. Helmetless motorcyclists. Dara Lind. All flaunting disdain for a pocketful of laws, a knapsack full of laws, or a trainful of any consequences at all for criminal–even MS-13’s unquestionably satanic–actions? Time and again choosing carelessness.
Chelsea Clinton recently spoke at a Rise Up For Roe event. With a statistical spin similar to Lind’s, she pleaded, in defense of abortions, that: “you have to care about this . . . American women entering the labor force from 1973 to 2009 added three-and-a-half trillion dollars to our economy. . . . The net, new entrance of women – that is not disconnected from the fact that Roe became the law of the land in January of 1973.”
In other words, abortions allow more women to enter the workforce which in turn bumps up our economy by trillions of dollars. Can it be argued that Clinton cares more for new money and less for new life? The sum of the one is greater and more righteous than the minimal value of the other?
Micaiah Bilger of LifeNews.com quickly countered that abortions have “caused a cumulative GDP deficit of $62.6 trillion that continues to climb with each passing year. By 2040, that cumulative deficit will likely reach $400 trillion.”
We’ve traveled from 5 MPH over the speed limit to a deficit of $400 trillion dollars due to abortions. If there’s 1 thing that I’ve noticed along this road, caring has value that can be measured with numbers. I believe caring is best practiced as all-inclusive–and infinite in measure.
by s.a. bort / photo by s.a. bort: 2 September 2018