Siblings and Driving
While running my errands today, the observation of other drivers brought to mind a very important insight. This is an insight with major implications for our society and may change how we view ourselves and our place in the world.
The insight is this: when siblings with severe genetic disorders procreate, we must let them stay together at least long enough that they can eat the offspring. If we do not do this, there is a good chance that the fruit of these unnatural unions will grow up and drive on our streets, recklessly endangering us all.
Some of you will think that we should just keep these people from procreating in the first place. You may say that these poor souls have only survived because society forces them to and that Nature would have solved the issue rather permanently. You must keep in mind, though, that the people who would be responsible for deciding who should be neutered or even dispatched are often only a few steps away from mixed up chromosomes themselves. You don't want to risk telling these well-meaning social worker wannabes, bureaucratic bumblers, or Baptist missionaries that we sanction them making decisions about who should live or make babies.
No, we have to limit ourselves to allowing the slight increase of Natural Law, and then institute strong testing and retesting rules for driver licenses. We must increase the punishments for driving wrong. We must, as Nature would put it Herself, stay ever vigilant.