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Old 05-15-2019, 11:39 AM
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I'm pretty sure controlling other peoples' genitals is their business.
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Might be more complicated than that.

Alabama ranks in the bottom 5 in education (shocker).

http://www.nea.org/rankings-and-estimates

Alabama does not teach sex education or reproductive health (BIG shocker).

http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/...n-schools.aspx

So we get this: Alabama ranked in the highest quartile for teen births (predictable).

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/s...teenbirths.htm
So it's the government's job to teach kids about sex? Let's just keep abdicating all responsibilities to the gub'ment.
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Originally Posted by Sifu-TZ View Post
I'm pretty sure controlling other peoples' genitals is their business.
Not sure where you came up with that. Controlling their own genitalia is what I was suggesting.
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Originally Posted by Dr Bee View Post
Might be more complicated than that.

Alabama ranks in the bottom 5 in education (shocker).

http://www.nea.org/rankings-and-estimates

Alabama does not teach sex education or reproductive health (BIG shocker).

http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/...n-schools.aspx

So we get this: Alabama ranked in the highest quartile for teen births (predictable).

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/s...teenbirths.htm

Since you have all all this info, show us how Chicago, Detroit and Baltimore fare in teen births and abortion. Do the stats show a correlation between sex education and teen births? Top 5?
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Originally Posted by GhostTX View Post
So it's the government's job to teach kids about sex? Let's just keep abdicating all responsibilities to the gub'ment.
I didn't say that. It is the govts job to teach kids. What they decide to teach should be a states-rights issue in my opinion. If you correlate the states that choose not to educate kids about sex and the states that have high rates of unintended pregnancies among teens ...... you'll have the simple point I was making.
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Originally Posted by Zoomin View Post
Since you have all all this info, show us how Chicago, Detroit and Baltimore fare in teen births and abortion. Do the stats show a correlation between sex education and teen births? Top 5?
Now you have all this info too, look it up.
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Originally Posted by Viking0728 View Post
^^^^^ This.

These little fetuses are a beautiful gift from god and should be protected at any cost. And when they're born to 15yr olds who need govt assistance (shocker!) to support these little gifts they suddenly become a liability and someone else's problem.
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Originally Posted by Dr Bee View Post
^^^^^ This.

These little fetuses are a beautiful gift from god and should be protected at any cost. And when they're born to 15yr olds who need govt assistance (shocker!) to support these little gifts they suddenly become a liability and someone else's problem.
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Originally Posted by Dr Bee View Post
I didn't say that. It is the govts job to teach kids. What they decide to teach should be a states-rights issue in my opinion. If you correlate the states that choose not to educate kids about sex and the states that have high rates of unintended pregnancies among teens ...... you'll have the simple point I was making.
What you're inferring is that the state shouldn't be passing laws on anti-abortion because they aren't teaching how to prevent an abortion. Does they state teach to not steal? Not murder? Not embezzle? If not, then it shouldn't be illegal...?
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Originally Posted by Dr Bee View Post
^^^^^ This.

These little fetuses are a beautiful gift from god and should be protected at any cost. And when they're born to 15yr olds who need govt assistance (shocker!) to support these little gifts they suddenly become a liability and someone else's problem.
They aren't proposing killing them, are they? Is the worth of a life a mere economic equation for you loons?
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Originally Posted by Zoomin View Post
Not sure where you came up with that. Controlling their own genitalia is what I was suggesting.

all I'm saying is, it's up to each of us to decide what to do with our gear. oh, **** is it that time again already for an abortion thread? this year is screaming by!
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Originally Posted by GhostTX View Post
What you're inferring is that the state shouldn't be passing laws on anti-abortion because they aren't teaching how to prevent an abortion. Does they state teach to not steal? Not murder? Not embezzle? If not, then it shouldn't be illegal...?
Actually, I imply and you infer.

That said, what I'm implying is simple: When states choose not to educate kids about sex and reproductive health and choose to outlaw abortion the problem they help to create is self-evident.

Your final point is a common logical fallacy: https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/strawman
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They aren't proposing killing them, are they? Is the worth of a life a mere economic equation for you loons?
Apparently it's an economic equation for loons on both sides of the aisle. When a teen has 3 babies before age 19 and needs govt assistance the loons on your side prefer to deny that request for economic reasons: "I'm not paying for that girls babies!"
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Interesting that there are still no comments here about rape and incest.
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Apparently it's an economic equation for loons on both sides of the aisle. When a teen has 3 babies before age 19 and needs govt assistance the loons on your side prefer to deny that request for economic reasons: "I'm not paying for that girls babies!"
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Originally Posted by Walford View Post
Interesting that there are still no comments here about rape and incest.
Alabama, itís implied. Itís also legal to marry your cousin. Seriously.
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Originally Posted by Sifu-TZ View Post
Alabama, itís implied. Itís also legal to marry your cousin. Seriously.
Is there a more backwards state in the union...? I think Arkansas and Mississippi may have been relieved of that honor.
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Originally Posted by Dr Bee View Post
Is there a more backwards state in the union...? I think Arkansas and Mississippi may have been relieved of that honor.
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