Congress will soon have to, again, discuss and debate, the federal budget and debt ceiling—national crises which they “kicked down the road,” instead of solving in September. The truth is, these economic issues can not be solved without new attitudes and actions regarding basic social issues, like abortion, birthrates and marriage.
Significant factors are the consequences of abortion. Over 40 years of “abortion on demand” have depleted 53 million potential workers and tax payers, who are needed to finance the federal entitlement programs, like Social Security and Medicare, which account for the majority of our bloated federal government.
Congress needs to reform our taxes and regulations to encourage traditional marriage and children as well as to discourage the dirge of abortion, which has surged as a common means of birth control and cause of breast cancer.