Monday, March 12, 2012

Contraception Mandate

Since people apparently don't read to the end, I'll put it here.
Kliphnote: I do get a kick out of the Obama Liberals 
trying to change the narrative on the contraception mandate. 
This is not about forcing an insurance institute /company to offer contraception.
This is about forcing a religious institute to violate their believe. 
If you don't like the fact that a Catholic hospital doesn't offer contraception,
go to a different hospital. There are lots of them.
If your insurance plan doesn't offer contraception, find one that does.

Isn't it funny how the left-headed Kool-aid drinkers want it both ways.
The First Amendment says "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise there of...."
They keep reminding us of 'separation of church and state'.
They keep telling us to keep religion out of their lives and the government.
Now they want government to tell a religion what to do, to benefit them.
Can't have both ways!

For you Loons, Viagra (and others) is for a medical condition.
Contraception is not a medical condition. 
Male and Female contraception is not a medical condition. 
If an insurance company is offering condoms to males but not
birth control to females, that would be wrong.
But that is not the case.

BTW: A lawyer from Georgetown University makes $160,000
a year their first year out of law school.  
Also Walmart and Target sells birth control for $9 a month.
And Planned Parenthood gives it away.

Obama Fares Worse Among Women after Month-Long Contraception Mandate Battle

Washington Post poll contradicts Washington Post narrative about female voters.

2:37 PM, Mar 12, 2012 • By JOHN MCCORMACK

How's the great contraception mandate battle of 2012 playing out? If you read the Washington Post's news coverage, the issue is supposedly killing Republicans among female voters. But the newest Washington Post/ABC poll tells a different story.
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During the first few days of February, about a week before Obama declared a so-called "accommodation" to the contraception/abortifacient mandate, a Washington Post/ABC poll showed Obama's approval rating at 50 percent, with 46 percent of Americans disapproving.

Then, from March 7 to 10--a week into the national media firestorm surrounding Rush Limbaugh's degrading remarks about Georgetown Law student and liberal activist Sandra Fluke--Washington Post/ABC conducted another poll.

 It found Obama's approval rating at 46 percent, down four points from February, and his disapproval rating at 50 percent, up four points from February.

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