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Obama Supporters Explain Why You Should Pay For Their Birth Control

jeffar Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 9:52 PM
Ahh yes. The birth control bait. This is all about politics. The only reason the Dems raised this issue was to distract voters from their bad performance record. However I'll throw my opinion about contraception in since the subject was brought up. Nobody has a right to something that someone else had to pay for. The taxpayer should not be paying for contraception. Contraception, much like Viagra, is recreational. Nobody NEEDS contraception. I don't believe insurance companies should be paying for it either. Contraception is not expensive. People spend far more on junk food, liquor and cigarettes than what contraception costs. People simply need to realign their spending priorities. They don't need someone else's money.
a Concerned American Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 11:29 AM
There's something else besides the obvious pandering. Obama's entire policy viz "women's health" has been fashioned ENTIRELY by Planned Parenthood and its Satanic, death worshipping witch CEO Cecile Richards. It is part of a pattern with this regime. Just as his immigration policy has been drawn up by the radical open-borders / ethnocentric supremacist group La Raza, and his energy / environmental policies exclusively set up by enviro-wackos such as the Sierra Club, and down the list.

That Obama enjoys such high support among women just feeds into all the stereotypes of them being shallow, superficial, stupid, highly impressionable, easily swayed by emotion, and easily bought off like a cheap h00ker on 42nd Street.
PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 11:33 PM
See my comments below about various medical uses for hormone treatment and the follow up about questioning a doctor's prescription. Do you want doctors to be making prescription decisions or gubmnt bureaucrats?
Lars795 Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 11:51 PM
They are NOT talking about using contraceptives for hormonal imbalance and other treatments using contraceptives. Please refrain, and I realize it might be difficult for you, from changing the subject from the main usage of contraceptives (and this includes those that use abortion as a form of birth control).

Or better yet, just let us know your bank account info so our medical providers can bill you for any of our healthcare. If you do not like that thought then then you know how most of us feel about paying for others healthcare.
PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 12:30 AM
You're obviously not paying attention to my argument. Pay attention now:
1) Every single time anyone gets hormonal treatment for any reason, it has to be prescribed. You can't just walk into a pharmacy and demand your free contraception.
2) Rail against the "main usage" all you want, but every time an MD writes a prescription, that MD puts his/her MD license on the line. This is why we trust MDs with medical decisions with which we don't trust other people.
3) If you want to insert yourself or anyone else into this medical decision making process, you're arguing for non-MDs signing off on decisions of MDs.
4) If you do want to proceed with #3, please have the decency to never use the term "death panel".
Rick3767 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 5:55 AM
As far as the prescription goes, isn't that what tax dollars are going to Planned Parenthood for? Why can't a woman go to get their script from them and THEN walk to Wal Mart for their $9 BC?
Leslie96 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 8:56 AM
I'm on hormone treatment...I pay out of pocket....every's not covered by my insurance...i'm not expecting you or anyone else to pay for it. Its for my comfort, hormone balance, or any other reason you want to insert in there, therefore, I pay for it myself....
DinCO Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 12:33 PM
Although you spout some compelling facts, you miss the point, Purple. No one is arguing that a MD needs to write the prescription. No one is "inserting" themselves into someone else's medical decision (no pun intended). What virtually everyone here OBJECTS to is making US pay for their medical decision. Get it? You make the medical decision to have a MD prescribe birth control for you, YOU PAY. Simple as that!
risher3 Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 2:04 AM
I am confused here, when did anyone suggest inserting themselves into the decision making process? Not being sarcastic, really can't find where that was put up by anyone.
risher3 Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 10:20 PM
You put this so much better than I did, thank you.

The video speaks for itself. Obama supporters can't answer one basic question: If you don't believe government should be in the bedroom, why should the government pay for what goes on in the bedroom? 



If you don't want Uncle Sam in your bedroom, don't ask him to pay for what happens there.