Teens Paid by State Not to Get Pregnant

Comrade Obama’s friends in the abortion industry aren’t going to like this. North Carolina taxpayers are giving teenagers $1/day to refrain from getting pregnant:

The group College-Bound Sisters was founded at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro by Hazel Brown, a maternity nurse who thought too many teens were having babies.

Brown said she hopes the program, which pays $1 each day to 12-to-18-year-old girls, will keep them from getting pregnant. In addition to remaining pregnancy-free, the girls must also attend weekly meetings.

The program is funded by a four-year grant from the state. …

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Some recent graduates earned more than $2,000 and are an inspiration to those still in the program.

A drawback is that the program is only affective with those too clueless to realize that the government will pay you hundreds of dollars a week if you do get pregnant, so long as you aren’t foolish enough to become married or employed.

Morality was a lot cheaper than moonbattery. But it is irrelevant in the Age of Obama, because it can’t be purchased by the government with our money.

On a tip from nancz. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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