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US birth rate falls to record low November 30, 2012

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, contraception, Dallas Diocese, demographics, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, North Deanery, sadness, scandals, sickness, Society.
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Seriously, it now appears the US birth rate has fallen to its lowest level ever.  Which is a disaster on so many levels.

For those conservativish types scratching their heads trying to figure out how Obama won, figure it out.  The Repubnik’s main base is no longer a majority, because the birth rate to whites in this country has been below replacement rate for decades.  Why do we have so many immigrants, many illegal?  Because this nation didn’t produce enough babies to provide for the economy (not totally, but there is a strong correlation).  So, cheap labor had to be imported.  Why do we have the looming fiscal collapse with utterly unsustainable debt and dozens of trillions in unfunded liabilities?  Not enough kids to pay for the benefits promised.  Along with all the other wonderful gifts the miracle drug of contraception has brought to us: abortion, adultery, divorce and remarriage, acceptance of perversion, this ghoulish “gay marriage,” skyrocketing bastardry (soon to encompass the majority of children!), porn use, reduction of women to pleasure machines, et., etc.

Oh, Lord, You do have a sense of irony. “You want to reject My Law and use contraception?  Fine, enjoy the consequences!” (I know, God is not so flip).

The rate of babies born in the United States hit a record low in 2011, a new  analysis shows. Researchers say the drastic drop in the birth rate among  immigrants has greatly contributed to the overall decrease.

Based on preliminary data from the National Center for Health Statistics, the  Pew Research Center calculated that the overall birth rate — the annual number  of births per 1,000 women between 15 to 44 — was 63.2 last year. That’s the  lowest since such reliable record collection began in 1920 and close to half the  birth rate in 1957, amid the Baby Boom years.

The overall number of births declined 7 percent from 2007 to 2010. During  this period, U.S.-born women saw a 5 percent birth-rate decline, while there was  a 13 percent drop in births to immigrants. The drop was even more dramatic for  Mexican immigrant women, at 23 percent.

Despite the recent dip, foreign-born mothers still give birth to a  disproportionate share of the nation’s newborns, a trend that has persisted over  the past two decades. The birth rate for immigrant women in 2010 was 87.8 per  1,000 births, compared with 58.9 per 1,000 births for American-born women. And  although only 13 percent of the U.S. population was foreign-born in 2010,  immigrant births accounted for 23 percent of all newborns that year, according  to the Pew Research Center. [Are you @#&%@!! kidding me?!?  13% of the entire US population is foreign born?  That’s about 40 million people!  Sheesh!]

You can’t de-couple the sex act from marriage with procreation at its center without experiencing the most dire of consequences. I think the past 50 years show that without the slightest doubt.

We’ll never have a truly strong, healthy economy in this country until we start having way, way more children.  People are not “costs” born by the government, they are, economically, wealth-creators.  More people generally means more wealth.  But our government-driven economy tends to view people as costs, exacerbating present trends.

The birth rate for native-born white women in the US is only slightly higher than that of women in the demographic death countries of Europe.  For white women in liberal states, the birth rates are below those of some European countries, down towards the lowest European levels.

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