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MSNBC Host: If You Want To Decrease Abortions, Government Must Increase Welfare

ag71 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 5:12 PM
but can we afford fluke's $3K a year contraceptives? here is a cheaper alternative, if a woman has sex and gets pregnant she can get an abortion or find cheap contraceptives that she pays for OUT OF HER OWN DAMN POCKET AND STAYS THE HELL OUT OF MINE!!!! also, does anyone other than me find that the dems position on abortion vs. gun control is a little out of whack? just wondering.
Lars795 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 1:06 AM
A: Ethics are not out of date, just that to many have none.

B: And landlines, with the old phones you do not need to plug into an outlet, will work when those that require power from an outlet, and cell phones that will not work when the power goes out and your cell phone battery dies.

C: Yep, personal responsibility seems to disappear the more people think they have to rely on the government or someone else, instead of themselves.
Rick2477 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 5:14 PM
Sounds like.....personal responsibility? Out of date, like ethics and land line telephones. Any other ideas?

Let me translate Krystal Ball's proposal for you: We Democrats will consider thinking about thinking about reducing the number of abortions once you anti-baby killers increase the size of government for the benefit of those who vote Democrat.

Ball is speaking to guest Jonathan Last, author of the recently-released hit book titled, What to Expect When No One's Expecting: America's Coming Demographic Disaster.

And, oh yes Mrs. Ball, keep up that 'Lean Forward" middle-class MSNBC "workin' man" communication strategy with stuttered elitist verbiage such as "preponderance of abortions":