I'm not getting into it... But growth does concern me... I mean, one day this planet WILL run out of room and resources.. What then?
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I really don't think it is fair for someone to say 'Hey, in Australia you can choose to be a sahm, working mum ect but when the manufacturing sector job your husband has is gone or the retail sector job you partner has is no longer there that it is your fault for having 3, 4, 5 kids if you can't support yourself. Life is life, you deal with the punches as they come. We can't prepare for every single thing. It's like saying 'It's your fault because you home value has decreased.. you can't expect someone to know and prepare for that. Is it your fault if it happens to you and you were relying on the money to buy a BIGGER home for your two kids?
Saying that one element ie restricting children is going to work in one economy does not necessarily mean it will work in our economy. There are too many variables. America does have good notions within their economy, as does others. To blanket say we are not willing to learn from other economies apart from those who are NOW successful and thriving is naive.
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Last edited by MumDadBoyandGirl; 14-04-2012 at 13:46.
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