gvA Update

How marriage with love can end poverty. Bank alert, by the great brothers duo,P Square. 'cause, my Bank-alert na Gbagam! My Cheque, e no dey bounce When poverty denies you a gbagam bank alert, you will dance like crazy if the marriage of your daughter liberates you from income misery. Senator Marco Rubio gave a speech on the 50th anniversary of the US War on Poverty by President Lyndon B. Johnson. In the speech, Senator Rubio stated that when the war on poverty campaign started “93 percent of children born in the United States were born to married parents. But that by 2010 that number had plummeted to 60 percent,” Rubio therefore stated that marriage is “the greatest tool to lift children and families from poverty.” So, is Senator Rubio really correct? So if two very poor people get married to each other, will there poverty end? I believe that marriage is a good thing and that it leads to family stability and therefore helps to anchor better economic conditions for the children of poor. But as I have always argued, attempts should always be made by society and policy makers to help poor people help themselves. Some researchers think that marriage — or a lack thereof — is not the real problem facing poor parents; being poor is the real problem. Indeed Kristi Williams of Ohio State University has concluded that having a lasting and successful marriage is not a cure for living in poverty. For poor people to get out of poverty, there must be an evacuation mechanism. It is often very difficult for poor people who are trapped in misery to design and operate such a mechanism. So when a genuine opportunity comes, the poor will take advantage of it. However, and unfortunately, sometimes short-sighted from income poverty can cause the poor to make terrible choices in which they get gravely taken advantage of. And therefore, if an honest marriage based on love pops up, a poor family should grab it quickly. Love is true and sacrificial. Even the economist places a high psychic value on love. So if you can be sure of the love, take the marriage that pulls you out of poverty, it tends to build a permanent barrier against the malady. Our hidden economics for you.


Posted: Jul 19th, 2017 @ 03:49:48 AM