If You Can't Feed Em, Don't Breed Em.
From reading that my impression was that it was meant for people who produce children and know they can't afford them so then they rely on state funds. Fist, is that the impression that you get from reading it?
Second, to what extent do you this this applies? Do you think if someones birth control does not work and they are not prepared financially that comment applies to them?
Is it more for those on the system who just produce child after child?
Do you think this is a problem, people having children they can't support and then it becomes the tax payers issue to support the child?
What should be done about it if anything?
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