I would agree with mandatory birth control or even temporary sterilizations, however I think that would give the government too much control over people. IMO, that would be a big mistake.
We also have to remember that SOME people do use the system as it was meant to be used, as a stepping stone for those who are going through a difficult time in life for whatever reasons. That is why I still want there to be a welfare program. Sometimes people go through a rough patch in their lives and need some help. I am all for helping people until they can get back on their feet again.
What I'm against is people that take advantage of the system.
Be sure to work hard and get lots of overtime. People on welfare want more steaks and free upgrades to smart phones with unlimited data packages.
I think for young women of that age that are with child, need to along side of collecting their limited benefits, mandatory obtaining at least a GED, and some sort of vocational training (ie CNA, or Med records transcriber, etc.) in order to transition off of welfare with a job within a year.
If schools want to give away condoms, OK. I'm cool with that. What I am not cool with is them forcing me to pay for them. Let the educators take the money out of their own pockets to fund it.
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