Once people adopt all of the starving/neglected kids in this country AND takes care of those overseas, THEN will I listen to what pro-choice people have to say. It seems they care more about unborn children than the ones who are here already, since they tend not to want to spend a dime on any federal aid to children, because obviously that is "big government".
Life is great for some, but life is miserable for most.
What country are you referring to, as there are not any starving kids in the United States that need to be. America does help out (both the government and through independant charities) a lot of starving kids over seas too, but expecting US to take care of the entire world all at once before it fixes other mroe local problems is a bit unrealisticl thinking on your part.
The poorest child in the US has a better standard of living than the average citizen in a lot of other countries. There is no shortage of food for families with kids. The way the wellfare system works is totally messed up , often creating a cycle of depandcy, but it greatly favors kids.
As to neglect, that is such a difficult thing for the goverment to do any better than it does now without causing other problems... Currently the best way to take care of neglect is to report it. As far as I know it is not a big problem, although there probably are some areas where the parents have a drug problem, etc... If I personally knew someone with a problem I would help out, as would many Americans.
Adopting all kids would be great. Unfortunately not that many are willing to adopt problem kids that have already been neglected. Plenty of people willing to adopt young kids, but they typically don't make it into the system until they are much older... Perhaps if it was easier for people to put younger children up for adoption. Biggest problem is parents change their minds and expect their kid back later...