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Obama's Birth Control Mandate "Compromise" Rejected By Catholics Again

polmel Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 4:33 PM
Tubes will be tied when millions of mothers abandon their costly children after welfare payments are stopped. Fifty thousand private contractors will be hired to tie the tubes of the unemployed mothers.
Anne_1 Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 4:45 PM
Really polmel?

Perhaps those welfare mothers should have been more responsible and NOT had children they couldn't afford in the first place.

SalaciousCrumb Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 4:53 PM
WHat makes you the Queen Judge here? Why do you hate poor people? Any other groups you don't like?
Petrus64 Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 5:03 PM
The finding might help explain earlier results from the groundbreaking Women's Health Initiative showing the risk of breast cancer is significantly greater for postmenopausal women who received hormone replacement therapy with combined estrogen plus progestin compared to women receiving estrogen alone.

"Also, breast cancers that develop in women receiving estrogen plus progestin are more invasive and deadlier," Haslam said. "What is the progestin doing to increase the risk of tumor growth?"

polmel Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 5:38 PM
My fat and ugly lady friends were not hired because the bosses chose young pretty gals. They survived by getting knocked up in bar room toilets and then applied for welfare. Ninety percent of welfare mothers started as fat and ugly loners.
SalaciousCrumb Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 4:45 PM
While the Catholic Health Association - which represents the nation's Catholic hospitals - has long been an ally of President Obama, on Friday they officially came out in opposition to the President's controversial contraception mandate in a letter sent to his Department of Health and Human Services.

President Obama had thought that he had put the matter to rest with a "compromise" months ago, the Catholic Health Association has just now spoken up against it.

In a letter to the federal Health and Human Services department, the hospital group said the compromise initially seemed to be "a...