“I’m not trying to get birth control out of Rite Aid or Walmart, but don’t tell me I gotta pay for it.”


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“I’m not trying to get birth control out of Rite Aid or Walmart, but don’t tell me I gotta pay for it.”

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  • JGL

    The other side of the coin is that if you don’t pay on the front end you will be paying much more on the back end.

    I have had many discussions on the subject pointing out that people should have birth control available to them, but don’t tell me that I have to pay for it! Just the further infantilization of the people by the government, the people are being taught to no longer have any personal responsibility. As the Perry woman on MSNBC has stated ” your children no longer belong to you, they belong to the community”. And you posted a story the other day that was suppose to be satire saying that the communist party was going to sue the administration for stealing their platform. I say go ahead with the suit comrade!

  • Pzatchok

    If they had not promoted the industrial styled abortion like Planned Parenthood has we would not need to import low skilled workers to help prop up Social Security.
    Like the left plans for illegal aliens from south of the boarder.

    The left kills its own off spring and never thinks of its real consequences.

    If you promote it and pay for it on the front end, you have no one to pay the bills later.
    And we know how the left likes to run up the bills.

  • jwing

    The first priority towards promoting a nation of responsible, self-reliant individuals is to have individuals take responsibility for their own bodies and thier actions. Every individual must have the self control and fortitude to sublimate his/her attendant sexual desires.

    A surgical procedure (D&C) should not be society’s answer to a lack of self control regarding one’s genitalia nor should free contraception be provided as a plan B for someting as important and intimate as sex.

    Contraception should be an individua’sl responsibility just like using toilet paper after a bowel movement. Since when is it my duty to be taxed to provide accessible t.p. for the masses. It’s absurd.

  • We past absurdity long ago… we are heading for a die off. It’s just a matter of time.

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