This is crazy stuff.
This is what happens with the decline of family values in America. The liberals want the rich to pay for raising the poor people's children****
And the rich don't think they should have to pay taxes like the rest of us. They think they should get a free ride, because they earn more.
Yeah. I know all about the "family values" thing and a man supporting his family. That's the era I grew up in. My dad was a "good man, that took care of his own," and beat the crap out of us at every opportunity, to the tune of us having broken bones, and hospitalizations. Even with that, they gave him custody when my mother ran like a rat from a sinking ship (once no fault divorce became law), because it was better we had a man that "disciplined" and "supported"
KauaiTurtle wrote:You seem to be ignoring my comment of "Obama makes Bush look like a penny-pinching miser".
You seem to be ignoring my comment of "Obama makes Bush look like a penny-pinching miser".
I am talking about women who have six or seven babies from just as many different fathers and have no means of providing for them except through public assistance******
Abortion should NOT be used as a form of birth control. Do you know the stats of abortion on African American babies? Pretty ugly...be we can't talk about it openly....lest we be called racist.***********
Can't have it both ways. You don't want them having babies, but you don't want them having abortions. That's always been the oxymoron to me. Don't let them have abortions, but don't let the offspring have any benefits either. I know the shoulda, woulda, coulda arguments, but the fact of the matter is, everything is done to make getting birth control and abortions a fight, but in the next breath the kids should be left twisting in the wind once they get here, not recieving public assisatnce. Or should we go with the old "they should have kept their knees together" moral high horse. These circular arguments aren't resolving anything but restricting womens rights and access to the very services that would prevent the "six or seven babies from just as many different fathers." Clinics closing down, pharmacists refusing to fill birth control perscriptions, the whole abstinence only education...while teen pregnancy rates go up, hell I had insurance that would pay for an abortion but not birth control. They's help end it, but they wouldn't help prevent it.