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Judge Green Lights Exploitation of Girls With Over-the-Counter Morning After Pill Ruling

Navy-baby Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 12:08 PM
This ruling is pure insanity: On one hand, the government (a Federal judge) says girls--of ANY age) are mature enough to choose a complex medicine for themselves, without parental advice. On the other hand, the government's healthcare laws now consider 26-year-olds to be CHILDREN, and allow them to be carried on their PARENTS' insurance policy. Our America is literally going to the dogs...too many people equate human sexual encounters with that of the animal kingdom. No long-term, loving attachments necessary; no consequences for actions--especially those which create children. Just kill the the soon as possible.
ThousandLaces Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 2:23 PM
Time is of the essence when it comes to using Plan B.
Navy-baby Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 7:22 PM
Well, maybe the decision to have unprotected sex should be more slowly and rationally thought-out beforehand. Women/girls should understand that they risk HIV, herpes, and lots of STDs, as well as an unintended pregnancy. The ONLY answer to preventing pregnancy and STDs in a MINOR, is abstinence--anything else should be considered child abuse. This judge is telling CHILDREN that they do not need to listen to their parents--government knows all and will understand them better; they are smarter and more open-minded; do whatever you feel like, kiddos--we'll take care of you! And, really, does this judge have a medical degree? What is his responsibility for any potential side-effects that may harm someone's minor child because of HIS...
Navy-baby Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 7:27 PM
con't - because of HIS decision? What recourse would a parent have? None.

This judge is essentially breaking down the parent-child relationship. It is what all progressives want--read the U.N.'s treaty for the International Rights of the Child which has been ratified by many industrialized countries. Thankfully, as yet, not by the U.S.

Your kids can't drink soda, take Tylenol at school, bring homemade cupcakes to their classrooms etc. and adults can't get certain allergy medicines or Sudafed without showing a proper form of government identification to a pharmacist yet a judge has ruled that the morning after pill, better known as Plan B, should be made available on the store shelves for girls of any age. That's right, Plan B will be made available to any girl, at any age, at any time with zero parental consent.

In what has already shown to be a controversial move, a federal...