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What can I say 'cept that Colorado reaps what it sows. Proven by the recent actions of their ill-chosen state Reps, Senators, and Governor. I saw the handwriting on the wall in the last few years leading up to 2007 and couldn't get out of that state fast enough. I'd finally had my fill of the overabundance of Progressives in that state and got the heck outta Dodge in early 2007.
(cont'd) If we make them accept more responsibility for any children they bring into this world, maybe they'll take precautions against finding themselves in a compromising situation. Another way to reduce abortions is to educate them on birth control and, preferably, abstinance. And then make them financially responsible for any abortions if they do decide to go that route in the event that they find themselves pregnant. It's called education in life skills and being responsible. Of course, if you're a Democrat, that's too simple to understand and flies in the face of spending money that we can't afford. It's the liberal way that is making matters worse in this country rather than better.
This woman represents exactly what is NOT "critical thinking" skills. Is she insane? Her contention is exactly the opposite of what needs to be done in an effort to reduce abortions. If we want to reduce abortions, reduce the incentives to make babies. If we reduce the amount of welfare we will help to reduce the size of the safety net that provides a sense of security to young women and the boys that impregnate them in the first place. As it stands right now, a young woman (or older for that matter) just figure that if they get pregnant the government will take care of them and the fathers just figure that as long as the gov't will provide welfare, etc. then they won't have to step up to the plate and help support the kid(s).
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