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“Christian” country – large majority of Americans say depraved sex, unwed births are OK May 21, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, Basics, Dallas Diocese, disaster, episcopate, foolishness, General Catholic, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
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I guess at least in one sense, one could look at this as a positive development. For if a majority say births to unwed mothers are morally acceptable, that means they shouldn’t favor abortion in these cases?  But I would be a fool to expect even such a utilitarian consistency.  I won’t quite pronounce this nation morally dead quite yet, because who knows how the pollsters led people to these responses, but it’s disturbing if even 20% of Americans now believe these depravities are now “moral:” (I add emphasis and comments)

A Gallup poll shows that a majority of Americans now  believe that sexual relations between two men or two women, and unmarried women  having a baby, are morally acceptable.

In the new survey, 59 percent of American adults answered that gay or lesbian  relations are morally acceptable, a 19 percentage point increase since 2001 when  only 40 percent said it was morally acceptable. [Which just goes to show the ongoing moral collapse, the soul-devouring influence of the popular culture, primarily through the medium of television, and the results of a relentless, focused, elite-driven propaganda campaign of unprecedented proportions.  Black is white. Up is down. Laverne and Shirley are now that “nice couple” that has lots of cats and doesn’t go out much.]

Sixty percent of respondents said that having a baby outside of marriage was  morally acceptable, a 15 percentage point increase since 2002 when only 45  percent said it was morally acceptable.

Of the 20 issues which Gallup asked about their moral acceptability, same-sex  sexual relations and unwed pregnancies saw the greatest increases. They were  also the only issues which changed from a minority to a majority of the country  finding them morally acceptable over the past decade.

The other large increases in moral acceptability were: sex between an  unmarried man and woman went from 53 to 63 percent, divorce went from 59 to 63  percent, and medical research using stem cells from human embryos went from 52  to 60 percent. [What can I say? The sexular pagan chose their target well.  Sex is the ultimate human weak spot, and studies have shown that once one gets lost in a state of perpetual arousal, virtually all inhibition is lost. Barring a major miracle, these numbers will only get worse.]

The only large decline in moral acceptability was for medical testing on  animals, which went from 65 to 56 percent. [Of course!  And see below, far more people think it is unethical to conduct medical testing on animals than it is to kill a defenseless human being!  Because they are so cute and cuddly!  The animals, I mean!  Babies are just work, and cost $$$!  Everyone knows that!  I mean, who would want their daughter burdened with a baby?]

At six percent, married men and women having an affair had the lowest number of  those saying it was morally acceptable.

Oh, I have no doubt that will change, and significantly, in the next 10 years.  In 2022, there will be some poll that finds, inexplicably!!, that suddenly a large minority of Americans think marital infidelity is just fine, and 10 years after that, it wil be a substantial majority.  And a hundred other depravities that were once unthinkable, will then be commonplace.  What do you think will become of the hook-up kids on today’s college campuses, people who already have dozens of lifetime partners, when they go to get married?  The statistical data is not good – studies show that women in particular with many partners have extremely high divorce rates (near 100% in their lifetime, according to some studies), and anecdotal evidence indicates much of this rate is fueled by sexual frustration and/or infidelity.

Drive God from your life, and it’s not that nothing takes His place.  Satan does. And yet so many in Church leadership stand idly by and let it happen. So do we laity.  Dear Lord….

Comments

1. tg - May 22, 2013

Can’t add anymore to what you said. Your analysis is correct. God help us. I worry for my grandchildren. Sometimes I wish I was older than 58 so I wouldn’t see the destruction of our country.


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