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”? Don’t you mean, be forced to give them money?The financial support isn’t going to come from a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. So we should automatically elevate everyone who gets pregnant up to wealthy status? If you outlaw poor people getting pregnant in the first place, you create an incentive for people to want to work hard. Females can be as violent and dangerous as any man and often against men. Humanity is suffering, our species is getting fatter and dumber by the day. Who ultimately he walked out on and left me to care for on my own. Raising kids is expensive. What part of the woman will you cut off to change that?

Laws have a funny way of needing to be one size fits all or you run into a problem of discrimination. I don’t think parenting or even living should be a right beyond the age of 20. Luckily she had a strong healthy body and was able to do that. If you hack those, and a kid results, then you’d go straight to jail because it’s obvious to everyone that it wasn’t an accidental pregnancy. But too many people are content with just getting by and they have no sense of responsibility to society. Citizenship is simply no longer a concept taught in American society. You can only unlock them when you are actively employed at living at 300% poverty level and educated with a minimum of a 2 year degree and an IQ of 115 or higher. (joking of course) Lol, that is funny makes think of all these people queing up in shady back alleys waiting to try and get their belts hacked, or some big comapany like microsoft giving you a special code that open them for a short while, for a fee of course. I wasn’t so lucky. But too many people are content with just getting by and they have no sense of responsibility to society.

He works under the table so he can get free rent and free utilities and food stamps while still bringing in what he brags to be about $1000 cash selling roses in bars. Humanity is suffering, our species is getting fatter and dumber by the day. As cruel and inhuman as kojax seems to be coming off, I can’t help but agree with his logic. Oh I see. I don’t think parenting or even living should be a right beyond the age of 20.

I have been poor all my life. You should have all the rights of a child up until that point, but after that, everything should be treated as what it really is, A PRIVILEGE that can be revoked. He works under the table so he can get free rent and free utilities and food stamps while still bringing in what he brags to be about $1000 cash selling roses in bars. More and more people being brought up with entitlement attitude where if we don’t start making super robots there is no way any manufacturing will ever get done in our country because no one is willing to do any work that causes us to sweat.My mom worked 3 jobs to avoid welfare when my dad walked out on us. With a mandate, you’re making some richer and some poorer. But really though the idea of criminality and parenting don’t seem to directly affect each other.

So you’re expecting society to come up with unimaginably big gobs of money to help raise somebody else’s kids. I’m thinking something more along the lines of an overy/testicle impediment that blocks the tubes so people can have sex but at no risk of pregnancy. Raising kids is expensive. Originally Posted by seagypsy Originally Posted by kojax “see them given financial support”? Don’t you mean, be forced to give them money?The financial support isn’t going to come from a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. They have to earn that baby, so odds are better they’ll take good care of it if they do.

Very expensive. Now my oldest is 18 and I am STILL struggling to finish my degree so that hopefully I will be able to help him go to college when he finishes highschool. Now my oldest is 18 and I am STILL struggling to finish my degree so that hopefully I will be able to help him go to college when he finishes highschool. Who ultimately he walked out on and left me to care for on my own. You have to work for the right to food. Luckily she had a strong healthy body and was able to do that. I am on disability and have been for most of my adult life but have hated every minute of it and long for the days I can bitch about how much I have to pay in taxes.

I am on disability and have been for most of my adult life but have hated every minute of it and long for the days I can bitch about how much I have to pay in taxes. Raising kids is expensive. I didn’t get child support from him until 8 years after he left us and only because the state started garnishing what little pay he made. My kids would have had a better life and an so would I had I not had them so young and unprepared for life myself. So you’re expecting society to come up with unimaginably big gobs of money to help raise somebody else’s kids.

So you’re expecting society to come up with unimaginably big gobs of money to help raise somebody else’s kids. You have to work for the right to food. Very expensive. And if I had had them with someone who wasn’t a completel lunatic who also couldn’t hold a job and constantly demanded that I fudge the welfare system so he wouldn’t have to do as much. What does make a big difference though is poverty, poorer areas tend to have higher crime rates and create more criminals, so generally children brought up in poverty will have a higher chance of becoming criminals, so really the only way to reduce this effect is to either ensure that when people become parents they given proper financial support to mean that they don’t live in poverty or to stop pooper people from having children.

Why shouldn’t you have to work for the right to reproduction? whilst the other way protects everybodies right to have children and takes people out of poverty, Really? It takes them out of poverty? Or did you mean that it mandates for them to be taken out of poverty? There’s a big difference. We’ll just cut their balls off as well. Seagypsy first let me say your first husband sounds like a right twat, it’s sad that in this day and age idiots can still behave like that and get away with it. One way you end up taking a basic human right away from people Or maybe it shouldn’t be a right.

You should have all the rights of a child up until that point, but after that, everything should be treated as what it really is, A PRIVILEGE that can be revoked. If they’re not hard working enough to get there, then they probably wouldn’t be willing to put the work in to be good parents either. I was just 18 when we got together and had not finished highschool or had any college at the time. I didn’t get child support from him until 8 years after he left us and only because the state started garnishing what little pay he made. I have been poor all my life. Originally Posted by kojax Originally Posted by Ascended Originally Posted by seagypsy Smart chastity belts that have gov access codes. Originally Posted by seagypsy I understand the concept of castration reducing aggression in males. but how would you go about reducing aggression in females. 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”?

Don’t you mean, be forced to give them money?The financial support isn’t going to come from a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. More and more people being brought up with entitlement attitude where if we don’t start making super robots there is no way any manufacturing will ever get done in our country because no one is willing to do any work that causes us to sweat.My mom worked 3 jobs to avoid welfare when my dad walked out on us. I am medically disabled but still managed, mostly due to an abusive first husband that wouldnt take no for an answer and would prevent me from getting birth control or working outside the home, to have 4 kids. He is a person who does not deserve to live in my opinion.

I am medically disabled but still managed, mostly due to an abusive first husband that wouldnt take no for an answer and would prevent me from getting birth control or working outside the home, to have 4 kids. And if I had had them with someone who wasn’t a completel lunatic who also couldn’t hold a job and constantly demanded that I fudge the welfare system so he wouldn’t have to do as much. My kids would have had a better life and an so would I had I not had them so young and unprepared for life myself. People have children whether they are criminals or not and I can’t see that changing any time soon. If it leads to a pregnancy, then it’s an easily provable offense. Very expensive.

Citizenship is simply no longer a concept taught in American society. I wasn’t so lucky. Equality is equality. “Equal but different”, regardless of how logically fitting it can be in some cases, usually doesn’t fair very well when it comes to the constitutionality of laws. One way you end up taking a basic human right away from people Or maybe it shouldn’t be a right. Why shouldn’t you have to work for the right to reproduction? whilst the other way protects everybodies right to have children and takes people out of poverty, Really? It takes them out of poverty? Or did you mean that it hire+essay+writer
mandates for them to be taken out of poverty? There’s a big difference.

I was just 18 when we got together and had not finished highschool or had any college at the time. With a mandate, you’re making some richer and some poorer. As cruel and inhuman as kojax seems to be coming off, I can’t help but agree with his logic.

He is a person who does not deserve to live in my opinion.

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