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Why Should A Man Bear Responsibility For A Women Who Decides To Have A Baby?

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  • Why Should A Man Bear Responsibility For A Women Who Decides To Have A Baby?

    On 9 Oct 2003 15:01:39 GMT, [email protected] (Andre Lieven) wrote:

    ->20/03/00
    ->Why Should a Man Bear Responsibility for a Woman who Decides to
    ->have a Baby?
    ->
    ->http://www.angryharry.com/esWhyShoul...onsibility.htm

    ->
    ->It never seems to dawn on this feminist-indoctrinated society
    ->that such women have total responsibility for having children.

    That's true.

    ->
    ->No-one can make them have them.
    ->

    Also true. It's alswya a choice.

    ->No wonder, therefore, that the numbers of single-mother families
    ->continue to grow together with their armies of dysfunctional
    ->progeny.
    ->

    See below.

    ->Here's how the political editor of the Spectator, Bruce Anderson,
    ->started his response to the issue. "The fact that this boy got
    ->this seventeen year old pregnant ..."
    ->
    ->Do you see? It's embedded in the language.

    It's also true that the Popmedia is ****ed bad.


    http://cato.org/testimony/ct-wc67.html
    ....[welfare causes crime snipped...]
    At the same time, the evidence of a link between the availability
    of welfare and out-of-wedlock births is overwhelming. There have
    been 13 major studies of the relationship between the availability
    of welfare benefits and out-of-wedlock birth. Of these, 11 found
    a statistically significant correlation. Among the best of these
    studies is the work done by June O'Neill for the U.S. Department
    of Health and Human Services. Holding constant a wide range of
    variables, including income, education, and urban vs. suburban
    setting, the study found that a 50 percent increase in the value
    of AFDC and foodstamp payments led to a 43 percent increase in
    the number of out-of-wedlock births.(7) Likewise, research by
    Shelley Lundberg and Robert Plotnick of the University of
    Washington showed that an increase in welfare benefits of $200
    per month per family increased the rate of out-of-wedlock births
    among teenagers by 150 percent.(8)
    ....


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