Here we go, giving DumBama credit for doing nothing again:<quoted text>
Keep on spinning. The facts are there and anyone can look them up. We'll check back with you if we need your fantastic spin on the facts. I wonder if parents keep their children more when they have hope in our country's future? There's my magic spin on the FACT that as soon as we didn't have to listen to nutballs pretend that they know the will of god, the abortion rates plummeted. As soon as Obama (It's spelled Obama, not Dumbama. He's the elected president of the United States and you are not a fifth grader)...any way...as soon as Obama was elected, Americans had hope enough in our country's future to stop murdering their own babies out of the despair one can only guess was brought on by what the GOP did to this country.
The study did not examine the reasons for the drop. But the authors suggested that one factor was greater reliance on new kinds of birth control, including intra-uterine devices such as Mirena, which can last for years and are not susceptible to user error like daily pills or condoms.
They also noted the economy as a contributing factor, because people tend to adhere more strictly to their birth control during tough economic times. But they did not credit the recent wave of state laws restricting access to abortion, because most of those took effect in 2011 or later.
Those restrictions will surely have an impact on the numbers going forward, said Rachel K. Jones, a senior researcher at Guttmacher and lead researcher on the paper.
“If the abortion rate continues to drop, we can’t assume it’s all due to positive factors” such as better adherence to contraceptives, she said, calling the laws passed in 22 states “onerous.”
The report comes as tensions intensify in the long-simmering debate over abortion and contraception. Religious groups are locked in a closely watched battle with the Obama administration over new rules that require employers to offer birth control free of charge as part of their health insurance benefit packages. The Supreme Court will decide this year whether employers with religious objections may opt out of those rules.
State legislatures are preparing to push through another raft of restrictive laws, after a record-setting period that saw the enactment dozens of new regulations that critics say will impede women’s access to abortion.
Well now, according to the Washington Post, DumBama had nothing to do with the lower abortion rates at all. It's more likely that conservative state legislatures enacting tougher laws against abortion were a contributing factor.
Now what did DumBama do again to lower abortion rates?????