Once upon a time pregnant teenagers were shunned, looked down upon and sometimes even scolded by their parents, can you imagine? Now our young sluts can hold their heads high as they grind their way to yet another number one for the State, perhaps only second in prestige to fattest State, for which, we're always in the running.
Admittedly I am as excited as everyone, yet, regained my bearing long enough to have a candid interview with the leaders in the field of teenage pregnancy at Planned Parenthood. West Virginia needs every ray of sunshine it can muster and Katie Burns of PPH agreed, "I am so proud of these girls, they planned to get pregnant and they did." "The girls of this state have pulled down their knickers and gone to work and I respect them for their commitment to their vocation."
Katie continued and doing so raised the bar for our young ladies, "I'm happy, I really am and I don't want to seem dismissive of their accomplishment, but, our young girls can do so much more." "With goal setting and mentoring from organizations like Planned Parenthood, we can see West Virginia reach number one and furthermore, we can extent our goals to include other benchmarks, like number one in teenage abortion." Overly ambitious, perhaps, but perhaps not, why can't we shoot for the stars, who knows, we may just hit the mark.