So here is the meme:
And here is the actual statement from a news cast (from a different network) reporting on how experts say we can avoid leaving our kids to die in a broiling car on a hot summer day:
The story is here. I've seen this multiple times. These are the experts being interviewed by the press. None of whom seem capable of seeing the glaring problem. Heck, it took me a minute for it to register.
If you don't want to forget your kid in a sweltering car, then put something else you really need in the back to remind you. Others have said 'put something important' in the back seat.
That's what an abortion culture gets you. That's what a generation of godless nihilists and hedonists gets you. What we are seeing is the result of this secular pagan godlessness spun for decades. Ripe for the picking. That's how you take over the freest, most prosperous, one of the most charitable and penitent societies in history.
Get your best and brightest to affirm that for parents in the world today, it's logical that they need their cell phones at least as much as they need their babies. The signs of Satan's reign in our world today are so clear, you must want to deny it. It couldn't be because you can't see it.
In case I'm not clear, allow me to repeat. If we live in a nation where our betters and brightest say the best way to avoid consigning your child to agonizing death in a sweltering car is to put something else that really matters in the seat beside them, we're in big, big trouble.
Or, perhaps my boys hit the nail on the head. If this is what our modern age has produced, perhaps this is why so many now are getting off by consonantly pointing to the sins of old sinners from long gone. By constantly adding disclaimers that more or less say how morally inferior those people from before yesterday were, it takes our attention off of the monstrous hot mess disaster we've made our own world in our own time. That might be.