If you outlaw poor people getting pregnant in the first place, you create an incentive for people to want to work hard.

The parents get wealthier, but other people who (very likely) earned it, must become poorer for that to happen. it also says something about people themselves as to which of these two approaches they might actually favour, I mean there will be certain types of people that would really actually rather see poor people deprived of their right to have children, as they believe this will reduce the number of criminals, than see them given financial support and help to raise their children and then their will be other types of people that believe that everybody should be equal and have the same rights regardless of their financial status but should be supported financially and educationally to ensure their children are brought up in the right way and enviroment to prevent a life of criminality. “see them given financial support”? Continue reading