Now, now, turkey, I didn't say anything about perfection did I.
LOL, no you didn't.
The way humans evolved up until several thousand years ago, was that the strongest survived and provided the most, selected the best looking women, and anyone who couldn't keep up, survive battle and hunting large game, was left to die. That was God's way, and a good one.
So does this mean if man's medical abilities have made it possible for those that are not so strong to survive, that is not Gods way. Is God's way the way it was several thousand years ago, but today it is not God's way. And who gets to say it is not God's way today.
While I am in agreement that some people probably should not have children if there is a high probability that genetic defects will occur, and the baby will not have a life most would consider close to normal. I guess I just get a little uneasy when I read, "Everyone carrying genes of a disorder which would cause disease in a child and public expense, should be forced to be sterilized."
If you have a kid that needs a wheelchair, then the school needs to go to "public expense" to make sure the wheelchair kid can get around. Better we don't have the kid, rather then spend public money on him? Now we're putting a price on the kids head. How much is he worth, or better yet how much is too much so we need to make sure he never exsists. Seems to me it's a slippery slope.