Part 1: Abortions, condoms, vasectomies...these things all cost money. So, I propose the Safe Sex Tax Credit. If you spend money to have safe sex, you can save x dollars on your federal income tax bill. Support?
Plus, there is no way to enforce/reward it. Do I turn in my condom receipts at the end of the year? What if I don't actually use them? Do you have to record the act in order to prove that you were safe? What about people who can't have kids? Sterile men and women who have had hysterectomies?
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I'd make birth control free and freely available. Simple.
People shouldn't have to pay for other people's sex lives.
No. This is stupid.
Of course I'm not on board with this.
Yes I do. It's unsustainable. The government can't afford to fund all kids in a skyrocketing population.
I'm fine with just about any tax cut. Interesting proposal.
Yes, it could cut down on the cost of health care, help people who don't want a baby to not have one, and help curb the inevitable suffering that will and is occurring because of a huge population.
I like this idea never heard it before.
So you must disagree with the Child Tax Credit too, right?
Why is practicing "safe" sex a good thing? If someone is married and willing to accept the consequences of having a child, then it's just stupid.
People need to learn how to live within their means and take more responsibility for their lives instead of relying on other people's resources.
Do you get a yearly deduction for the vasectomy or is it a one time deal.
Does the pull out count?
I have no idea how this will be enacted and enforced.
The less government is involved in our bedrooms, the better.
If abortion wasn't included, I wouldn't be opposed to it.
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