If you would have taken your head out of your ass long enough & read my post, I was talking about education, preparation, and availability of contraceptives & other birth control issues.<quoted text>
Paint your argument with moral clothes, and use ridicule.... LOL
The truth is, the choices people make define the life they will live. Here are some choices people make, and the results of those choices.
According to Bill Clinton's administration, poverty is directly related to choices people make early in life.
What is not disputable is that the best way for women to avoid a life of poverty is to do three things:
1. Finish high school
2. Do not have children out of wedlock
3. Do not have children before age 20
If you want to have feweer people living in what you ignorantly call "poverty", teach them to make better choices.
What they need is a community organizer that can lead them away from the culture that propagates so-called "poverty" toward a life of dignified self-reliance.
Do you know of anyone who has done this?
I can't think of anyone....
'But Nooooooooooo,. you were you too busy being a f*cking dumbass.
I never mentioned the word poverty.
The pregnancy rate among high schoolers is dropping.