Last week I was out east for a couple days of invigorating discussions when one of the folks I was with mentioned Sen. Chuck Schumer was famous as being a matchmaker for people in his Senate office, and also encouraged them to have lots of kids. I looked up some of the articles she was referring to, especially
What ethnicity are the people he is encouraging? It doesn't take a genius to work out his likely motivations.
So it's have kids in my office but the rest of you sacrifice to Molech. He is a fraud and not to be trusted. I do pray the matches he fostered do well.
I think this is not uncommon: elites publically arguing for abortion, divorce and every kind of perversion as good things for ordinary people while living their own lives like perfect Victorians.
A couple of things about this are way outside the norm. First, Schumer is convinced there is such a thing as a good life. It's objective, knowable, achievable. The second thing is simply not being embarrassed about knowing what's good for the people around you. This is in sharp constrast to the "you do you" or "follow your bliss" advice which has become the only polite opinion to hold about other people's lives.
I imagine Schumer's forwardness is closely related to the selection of potential staff. There are probably plenty of people whose vision of the good life differs so much from his own that it would make any attempt to give advice futile. But those people never get on his staff.
His cognitive dissonance is amazing. Encouraging men and women to get married and have children, while supporting homosexual marriage and legalized infanticide.
This is good. People tell me I'm like a grandmother with this stuff. Don't care; it is not good for man to be alone.
I have no words. Man times have changed.