Thursday, March 01, 2012

Yes, yes, yes

For the life of me, I don't see how anybody can disagree with this:

"The Obama administration believes that decisions about medical care should be made by a woman and her doctor, not a woman and her boss."

-- Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services secretary, on President Obama's mandate that companies cover contraception in health plans; an amendment allowing employers to refuse to pay for coverage for religious or moral reasons was defeated in the Senate


  1. The fact that we are even having this discussion is mind boggling to me! What century do we live in?

  2. I know what you mean, Stacy. I find myself asking that question on a frequent basis of late.

  3. Alot of the rhetoric used to push this issue at us is based on the fallacy that conception is a moment, pinpointable, rather than a process.
    They ignore the facts of science while using science to bolter their superstition-based arguments.

  4. Totally agree Stacy! I'd love to see some panels on them attempting to take Viagra and other ED pills out of coverage on insurance plans. You won't give us birth control, but you'll make sure every man in America can get an erection to impregnate us!


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