Oct 23 2009
“Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself.” –Barack Hussein Obama 2008. Obama Advisor & Regulatory Czar, Cass Sunstein, wants to abolish marriage totally.
The U.S. government should abolish its sanctioning of marriage, argued Cass Sunstein, President Obama’s regulatory czar.
Sunstein proposed that the concept of marriage should become privatized, with the state only granting civil union contracts to couples wishing to enter into an agreement.
Sunstein explained marriage licensing is unnecessary, pointing out people stay committed to organizations like country clubs and homeowner associations without any government interference.
“Under our proposal, the word marriage would no longer appear in any , and marriage licenses would no longer be offered or recognized by any level of government,” wrote Sunstein and co-author Richard Thaler in their 2008 book, “Nudge: Improving decisions about , wealth and happiness.”
In the book – obtained and reviewed by WND – Sunstein explains his approach would ensure that “the only legal status states would confer on couples would be a civil union, which would be a domestic between any two people.”
Obama Advisor & Regulatory Czar, Cass Sunstein, defended the possibility of removing organs from terminally ill patients without their permission.
Sunstein and Thaler discussed multiple legal scenarios regarding . One possibility presented in the book, termed by Sunstein as “routine removal,” posits that “the state owns the rights to body parts of people who are dead or in certain hopeless conditions, and it can remove their organs without asking anyone’s permission.”
“Though it may sound grotesque, routine removal is not impossible to defend,” wrote Sunstein. “In theory, it would save lives, and it would do so without intruding on anyone who has any prospect for life.”
Obama Advisor & Regulatory Czar, Cass Sunstein, wants to force taxpayers to fund abortions even if they morally object to their money being used for such a purpose.
The Obama czar asserts that funding only childbirth but not abortion “has the precise consequence of turning women into involuntary incubators.”
Sunstein argues that refusing to fund abortion “would require poor women to be breeders,” while co-opting women’s bodies “in the service of third parties” – referring to fetuses.