Oh, definitely, Vance--I became a foster parent because I believe all the dregs of society should die. Give me a break. And you STILL haven't told me how you'd care for all the children born to parents who don't want them. It is so, so very easy to take what you feel is the moral high ground and preach to me about extermination (a bit dramatic, don't you think? Since abortion was legalized in the 70s, have you seen people killed for bad teeth?), but a little harder to give some actual ideas on how to take care of the children.
If you're going to cite the Ben Franklins, then you better include the street urchins of that time, those who starved, were beaten to death, froze to death, were raped, sold into child slavery and prostitution.
And don't stop in America. Consider the globe where pregnancy is all too often a death sentence for women. Perhaps you're like JPBG and think "loose women" should keep their legs shut, but I challenge you to look into the rape statitistics worldwide. And yes, it's men raping women. If men died of rape like women die of childbirth in developing nations, perhaps we would be having a different conversation.
Thankfully, Vance, I don't decide anything but for myself. For myself I chose children and feel grateful to live in a place and time where it was an actual choice. The only guilt I have, Vance, is I will never, no matter how long I live, have helped enough children who were born into families who did not want them, could not care for them, neglected them and abused them.