Are YOU a Booty Call Mama?

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Roland

Springfield, MO

#1 May 9, 2012
Are you married with children or are you a booty call mama who had kids without the benefit of having a husband?
Sam

Kennett, MO

#2 May 10, 2012
Roland wrote:
Are you married with children or are you a booty call mama who had kids without the benefit of having a husband?
Roland, why not ask if any are booty call Daddies? It takes two and men need to be just as responsible as women.
Roland

Springfield, MO

#3 May 10, 2012
Sam, you're right, of course. Still, I'd like to hear from those booty call women who invited such losers in for the call. I'd like to know what goes into their thought process in choosing such a man. We know that the man was after poon but what were the women after? Children that the taxpayers would have to support?

I want to know how I got stuck with the bill.
Sam

Kennett, MO

#4 May 10, 2012
Roland wrote:
Sam, you're right, of course. Still, I'd like to hear from those booty call women who invited such losers in for the call. I'd like to know what goes into their thought process in choosing such a man. We know that the man was after poon but what were the women after? Children that the taxpayers would have to support?
I want to know how I got stuck with the bill.
Human nature isn't a big mystery. The guys wanted sex, the women wanted love. Old story. Men lie and make promises, women believe their lies and get stuck being a single mother.

What is a mystery to me, is that this pattern is repeated over and over and hurts the people involved, especially the children. Hurts the nation as a whole. So why not teach sex ed and personal responsibility to young people? Prepare young girls better to face these situations. Just telling them to say no isn't enough. Prepare young men to be more responsible and careful. We are the only developed country not to have sex ed in school. It is just stupid.

As to your belief that single mothers are stealing your tax dollars. Welfare moms aren't what broke our economy, Wall Street speculators and big bankers and financiers broke this economy. How many of them have been held responsible??? Your anger is misplaced.
Roland

Springfield, MO

#5 May 10, 2012
Sam wrote:
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Human nature isn't a big mystery. The guys wanted sex, the women wanted love. Old story. Men lie and make promises, women believe their lies and get stuck being a single mother.
What is a mystery to me, is that this pattern is repeated over and over and hurts the people involved, especially the children. Hurts the nation as a whole. So why not teach sex ed and personal responsibility to young people? Prepare young girls better to face these situations. Just telling them to say no isn't enough. Prepare young men to be more responsible and careful. We are the only developed country not to have sex ed in school. It is just stupid.
As to your belief that single mothers are stealing your tax dollars. Welfare moms aren't what broke our economy, Wall Street speculators and big bankers and financiers broke this economy. How many of them have been held responsible??? Your anger is misplaced.
No, my anger isn't misplaced. It's not even anger. It's concern. I'm concerned about the quality of life for children of booty call mamas and I'm concerned about how the children grow up and follow in the footsteps of their mothers and fathers. I'm concerned about the refusal of many to accept personal responsibility for the decisions they make in life and how easily they transfer the burden for those decisions to people like me.
Sam

Kennett, MO

#6 May 10, 2012
Roland wrote:
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No, my anger isn't misplaced. It's not even anger. It's concern. I'm concerned about the quality of life for children of booty call mamas and I'm concerned about how the children grow up and follow in the footsteps of their mothers and fathers. I'm concerned about the refusal of many to accept personal responsibility for the decisions they make in life and how easily they transfer the burden for those decisions to people like me.
Then we are in agreement. I'm concerned also for the lives of all the children who are born into these dysfunctional situations. I wish there was a crusade in schools to teach personal responsibility and sex education, heck call it 'life education' cause so many kids aren't getting any from home.

It's a fact though, the teen pregnancies are much higher in lower economic households, and it also correlates with things like, drug or alcohol addiction in the home, having two parents vs. one vs. none. Schools would be an ideal place to reach them before they mess up their lives, but we have nothing in place to intervene. Anytime sex ed is proposed, the religous right get all spastic and block it. Go figure.
Roland

Springfield, MO

#7 May 10, 2012
Sam wrote:
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Then we are in agreement. I'm concerned also for the lives of all the children who are born into these dysfunctional situations. I wish there was a crusade in schools to teach personal responsibility and sex education, heck call it 'life education' cause so many kids aren't getting any from home.
It's a fact though, the teen pregnancies are much higher in lower economic households, and it also correlates with things like, drug or alcohol addiction in the home, having two parents vs. one vs. none. Schools would be an ideal place to reach them before they mess up their lives, but we have nothing in place to intervene. Anytime sex ed is proposed, the religous right get all spastic and block it. Go figure.
Many people are afraid of "sex education". Perhaps what we need instead is "economic education". Drive the teens down the poorest streets in town and point out that that is the environment in which they are going to live if they have children out of wedlock or too many children even if married. Teach them that it costs roughly $250,000 today to get a child from first grade through the 12th and that taxpayers are fed up and that personal responsibility must be the first consideration before they have sex. Back that up with a system of penalties and rewards as a way of reinforcing the "education". No education is complete until it confronts economic reality.
Sam

Kennett, MO

#8 May 10, 2012
Roland wrote:
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Many people are afraid of "sex education". Perhaps what we need instead is "economic education". Drive the teens down the poorest streets in town and point out that that is the environment in which they are going to live if they have children out of wedlock or too many children even if married. Teach them that it costs roughly $250,000 today to get a child from first grade through the 12th and that taxpayers are fed up and that personal responsibility must be the first consideration before they have sex. Back that up with a system of penalties and rewards as a way of reinforcing the "education". No education is complete until it confronts economic reality.
Brilliant idea! Economic realities, personal responsibility, and sex ed...if only the power's that be would wake up.
here

United States

#10 May 10, 2012
i think we should take a cue from china and make them get fixed after the second kid. if they dont have a job.or a reliable way to support the kid.think of the money that would be saved, because alot of women have 5 or 6 just so they can get more welfare.

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