Monday, January 06, 2014

The National Marriage Act of 2015 and

The American Thinker reports:
The National Marriage Act of 2015 would provide for the design and operation of a federal government website,, dedicated to facilitating the partnering of compatible partners by identifying key beliefs and behaviors, such as reading preferences, dominant political philosophy and civic activist interests.

For example, a young man with a Pajama Boy-like profile might be paired with a real-life version of the "Julia" (or, perhaps, even a Julian) made famous in an Obama campaign ad during the 2012 election cycle. would be modeled after the nation's 2014 top dating sites and designed by a cadre of dating-site designers, along with the state-of-the-art-savvy programmers who wrote the code for the ObamaCare website. Periodically, successfully-matched "PJ Boy-Julia" couples could be introduced by the President in the White House Rose Garden, before a giddy press pool, and pose for a photo op as President Obama officiated a brief, secular, marriage ceremony uniting several couples.

Among other advantages brought by the NMA, it would fund free genetic screening tests administered by the CDC's Division of Reproductive Services, as well as in-home consultation from Planned Parenthood professionals. Genetic testing would, naturally, feed into an enlightened federal eugenics initiative (EFEI, or "Effie" for short) codified in federal legislation to be profiled later. couples engaged to be married would be eligible to receive Wedding Event Loans (WELs) administered by veterans of the federal student loan program.

The central planners thought process described by Lee Cary.