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    Teen birth rates spike in TEXAS after women's health clinic closures

    80 clinics closed? doesn't stop the babies from coming folks.

    Teen birth rates spiked in Texas after Planned Parenthood was defunded - Houston Chronicle

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    Consequences, consequences.

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    Big surprise, huh? Could it be that REPUBLICANS missed all the classes in school which taught 'cause and effect'? Or is this just SIMPLY MISOGYNY? Remember, it's all the 'girls' fault. Boys have nothing to do with this! All those clinics would close and BOYS would know there are consequences and stop asking for sex. You believe that don't you?

    You know what would be a very telling and an interesting STAT? Do condom sales SPIKE when new laws like these are written? Or do they stay stable in each city, county, state where CLINICS are closed? I have absolutely no idea if anyone tracks that data. (I'd think they should!) Seems like an excellent MARKETING opportunity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Consequences, consequences.
    Yep. Having sex often results in having babies.

    Consequences....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Consequences, consequences.
    The logic is, if you eliminate the prevention, the very act will disappear, that's particularly stupid, considering it's Texas, they have no excuse; there's enough smart people there,
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    Obviously Bristol Palin hasn't been advocating her abstinence only role well enough.
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    There are consequences to unwanted children living in your city. Children that have nothing to do with you.


    Countless consequences. And they have huge costs.

    Spending ten dollars to save a nickel, economically.

    The social consequences are even greater, but the economic one is real.

    You'll pay for these kids to be raised, schooled, fed, and (because it's Texas) imprisoned for the next 20-80 years.
    Consequences. Consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Knuckles View Post
    There are consequences to unwanted children living in your city. Children that have nothing to do with you.


    Countless consequences. And they have huge costs.

    Spending ten dollars to save a nickel, economically.

    The social consequences are even greater, but the economic one is real.

    You'll pay for these kids to be raised, schooled, fed, and (because it's Texas) imprisoned for the next 20-80 years.
    Consequences. Consequences.
    Where does it say they are unwanted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    Where does it say they are unwanted?
    Yeah, because every 15 year old wants to be a mother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Yeah, because every 15 year old wants to be a mother.
    You did not answer the question, so here is another one for you to tuck tail and run awsy from:

    Where does it say they were all given birth by 15 yeat olds?

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