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Gaw Ernesto

Less responsibility, more happy life for the people of America. As a whole it will be good for that country.

November 22 2011 at 10:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Less neglected & abused children maybe?

November 22 2011 at 5:53 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

My company changed its healthcare insurance so having children is a much more costly item on the budget. If the government wants to tax health care programs as proposed, the only people that will be having excess children are minors and the poor who don't have the wherewithal.

November 22 2011 at 5:52 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Our birth rate won't be declining for long as long as illegals cross the border and spew out anchor kids like watermelon seeds. We need to put a stop to this idiotic birthright citizenship NOW.

November 22 2011 at 2:02 AM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply

who wants to have a kid in the f897ed up world, we have no morals or patriotism we have companies and polticians selling out AMerica -both parties and AMerica thinks there is actual parties there is only one party and agenda and that is the NWO agenda, our news media is bunch 56 sellling AMerica truck loads of bs. This why your seeing the new police state.

November 22 2011 at 2:00 AM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply

There are limited resources on this planet and it amazes me that so few people are worried about it. The "economy" is fueled by people needing or wanting things. More people needing and wanting makes for more money flowing into the providers or manufacturers. Right?

Up to a point. Then when we've run out of land, when we cannot grow enough crops or drill for enough oil, then prices rise, The poor stop buying and the middle class slows down their buying habits. And the decline sets in. I'm a jewelry designer .... my product is not a neccesity, therefore, I will be among the first businesses to fail. We need food and shelter, so those providers will be the most durable in this shrinking world of consumption.

The problems is two fold. Too many people chasing too few resources. And an artificial system which encourages consumption of unnecessary products with a whole infrastructure of "busy-work" paper pushing jobs to sustain the companies providing those products. And a top heavy government to promulgate more laws and restrictions and of course to provide more "busy-work". An economy based on unnecessary consumption of luxuries combined with rapidly shrinking basic resources is bound to crumble.

We need to re-balance. Less population increase combined with less wasteful consumption. This is of course a dirty word ..."Downsize".

But what is the alternative? The planet will only sustain so much rampant population growth before starvation, war and disease appear to balance the system.

November 22 2011 at 12:58 AM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply

When the economy recovers (IF it does), the birth rate will rise, too. However, be concerned about the percentage of single/unwed and teen mothers.

November 22 2011 at 12:01 AM Report abuse +4 rate up rate down Reply

come to the philipines, they have babies so many they cant take care of them, 4 ,5 or 8 babies to famiiy. just send them to the us,

November 21 2011 at 11:42 PM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply

>>> There is another view of the outcome resulting from these birth rate trends that emerges from the answers to several questions as follows. --- What are the birth rates for the non-hispanic white population and for the hispanic/ latino population respectively? From the data presented, it would be about 1.7 for the non-hispanic white population. From past census data, it would be about 2.8 for the hispanic/ latino population. What is the nominal duration of one generation in the non-hispanic white population and the hispanic/latino population respectively? The duration of a generation has been increasing in the non-hispanic white population and is currently about 28 years ( or soon will be). The duration of a generation in the hispanic/latino population is about 21 years. Given these birth rates and generation durations, the non-hispanic white population will be reduced to about 50% of its present number in three generations which would be about 84 years; and the hispanic population will increase by about 310% in four generations which also would be about 84 years. This means that the non-hispanic white population, about 200 million currently, will decrease to about 100 million; and the hispanic/latino population, about 50 million currently (not including illegals), will increase to over 150 million about the year 2095 assuming that there is no future immigration, legal or otherwise, of hispanic/ latino people. However, in actuality, present and future illegal immigration will accelerate this outcome greatly. The current trends in birth rate and generation duration for non-hispanic whites is unadaptive and will result in significant negative impact on the lives of those in this population group in the future. <<<

November 21 2011 at 10:59 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

And yes, there have been panicked people desperate to have kids before their paranoia catches up with them and they closely avoid the inpatient nuthouse hospitalization. The world already has tens of millions of kids that are basically unwanted. The parents may have a scheme, that the government takes care of their children, until they decide to swoop back in when the kid is sixteen or eighteen, or twenty six and can add to their TREASURE ON EARTH, BECAUSE THE KID WAS A HUMAN TRINKET TO BEGIN WITH, basically, kinda sorta, with eighteen trillion tons of hot air on talk TV. Antisocial parenting is also not really going to be that helpful to the future. If you don't want your kid now, you can't have them later either. I AM NOT TOO SORRY FOR THOSE KINDS OF LOW LIFES.

November 21 2011 at 10:02 PM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply

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