Shouldn't The Santorum's be sterilized?
Posted in the Montoursville Forum
#1 Jan 3, 2014
The Rick Santorum family has a rare generic disease. It has already killed one baby upon its death and is now buried in the backyard. Another one is still alive against all odds but will likely suffer a short and miserable life? Isn't a genetic disease a danger to society and something that could lead, and likely will lead to other sufferings of the born and unborn?
Surely the children that have survived are carriers. Should it at least be law that they make potential mates aware of their condition. I mean let's suppose that one of the Santorum's daughters becomes impregnated without revealing to the father that she is likely to be a carrier of a genetic disease?
If mandatory sterilization is going too far, then is full disclosure something that should be law?
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