Sunday, March 11, 2012

simple economics

i try not to opine too much on this blog, but i've been listening to so much commentary about birth control and it is almost never discussed as an economic issue.  married and other sexually active women who have birth control work.  married and other women who don't get access to birth control have children, and can't.

in times like these, does it make sense to remove wage earners from families and add more dependent members of society?  it sounds like a good way to increase welfare recipients to me.

i'm surprised that's what republicans want.

i will soon post statistics about the economic supremacy of countries with women in the workforce.

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