Originally Posted by brewmenn
I have no problem with that.
But in this case were helping them make good choices by enabling them to get birth control that they otherwise couldn't afford but which is much more effective that what they could afford.
Considering that it could make the difference between a woman getting pregnant, having a baby that she can't afford, spending the next 18 years on welfare raising the next generation of welfare parent vs. not getting pregnant, and maybe getting and education and becoming a productive member of society, or at least not giving birth to a future welfare parent, I think it's money well spent.
In a perfect world yes, but who is to say those incentivised by having more children on welfare are willing to stop having children and use the birth control?