True, many people are LEAVING PITTSBURGH and other great and historic cities because there just isn't that much happening there economically. But, the reality is that if the same Baby Boomers who are complaining about the changing demographics had not murdered so many of their children, they wouldn't be in this mess. By the numbers, 2500 innocent children have been legally murdered each year in Pittsburgh since January 1973, let alone the ones not counted from unrecorded yet equally intentional deaths caused by abortifacients like the Pill. While this doesn't explain away all of the demographic changes, it does when combined with the reality that with many less children comes less school choices, which gives people impetus to move. This is just the beginning of so many cities dying because there are no young people in them, and the elderly are at fault-they've literally killed the current working class generation of America.
Bill Clinton was, unfortunately, right about this: it's the economy, stupid. So, lets use that to our advantage! There should be a stiff tax assessed for abortions that covers the costs of caring for the elderly when they get old. They should be carrying the economic weight of all of those precious tax dollars not earned because they have 'chosen' to eliminate many a future taxpayer that would have done his civic duty adding to the Social Security coffers. That would cut the abortion rate pretty fast, eh?