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There is this one girl I know who became pregnant at 16. No one thought much, things happen...she gave birth, and many government organizations helped her with her child. Fast forward about 4 years later, she's pregnant with baby #4 at the age of 20. FOUR CHILDREN at the age of 20, and she doesn't work. And no, don't you even dare tell me to mind my own business--you know why? Because it is YOU AND pennsylvania footing the bill for all those diapers and food. It's us hardworking citizens that take up the tab for all of that....and they just sit back and get pregnant over and over and over and over again for a bigger check. That money could be used for something much more resourceful, such as education funding. Shouldn't the government put a limit on how many children a welfare recipient can give birth to? This is just ridiculous! What do you think?
I definitely believe that there are people out there who abuse the system, and I think its really sad because there are people out there who need it. I know that personally, I do receive assistance from the state, but I also work full time and go to school full time. I was 21 when I had my first child. I was also married at the time. Shortly after my son was born, my husband decided he didn't want to be a father or husband. It took 2 years for our divorce to be final. He is ordered to pay child support but doesn't...he gets jobs but gets paid cash, so his income isn't reported. I get assistance through the state in form of the medical card (health insurance) and day care assistance (I pay a lower amount). I also take part in the WIC program. I still paid/pay for food and diapers and clothing etc.. I work very hard to provide the best that I can for my son and myself, and honestly, I'm grateful for the assistance programs that are out there. I'm currently 37 weeks pregnant w/ my second child. Again, I was in a stable committed relationship when I got pregnant, but sadly, my boyfriend (now ex) wasn't ready to be a father, and kept pushing for me to have an abortion. That was not an option I could go through with. So obviously I am having this baby. I am continuing to work full time and go to school. At the time of my second pregnancy, I was also on birth control, so I was doing my part in trying to prevent pregnancy. Now, for all the people out there that abuse the system...it makes me really sad, because its people like that, that give everyone who gets assistance a bad name. I do wish that there were ways to limit the number of children people have, or at least come up w/ some kind of mandatory birth control program. Like requiring an IUC (intra uterine contraceptive), like Mirena, that will prevent pregnancy for up to 5 years. Or requiring the Depo Shot. Some form of birth control that you have to come in and get...not the pill, because its too easy to "forget" or just plain stop taking it. I also think that the assistance given should be limited to the children. When you are giving checks to mothers/fathers and they get to decided what to do w/ the money, that's just a recipe for disaster. In my case, I'm not given any money. My son's medical bills are taken care of because he is covered under Kidcare, which is an income based program. I am also covered, but I have doctor co-pays and prescription co-pays at a reduced rate. Also, with my medical card, it does cover female health issues and contraceptives. Other than carelessness, there is no reason why someone who receives the medical card shouldn't be on birth control if they are sexually active. I do agree that this is an issue that needs to be addressed.
The government shouldn't control the number of kids someone has
Idiot question! The American birthrate has been on a decline for the last two generations...why do you think Contards are so against abortion? Immigration is the only factor the US has to increase its population.
If the Government has the power to limit anyone's fertility and procreation habits then they can limit yours because "any reason they want" The chinese did this and it led to increased abortions, infanticide, and amniocentesis used for sex determination and abortion of unwanted girls. That is the trouble with some ideas no one thinks about the unintended consequences of their ideology.
Nope. No business of gov. what private citizens do. They SHOULD, however stop giving away handouts sence there is no "welfare" for "recipients" authorized in the constitution.
It COULD be worse! Shrillary Clinton could be President!