Limbaugh's message to 'feminazis'


Colpy
+1
#331
Funny how Bill Maher didn't get quite the same coverage when he called Sarah Palin a ****, (rhymes with RUNT)

Bill Maher: Obama's Million Dollar Man - YouTube (external - login to view)

Oh, and while we're at it, the sanest commentator of them all, Mark Steyn:

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No, the most basic issue here is not religious morality, individual liberty or fiscal responsibility. It's that a society in which middle-age children of privilege testify before the most powerful figures in the land to demand state-enforced funding for their sex lives at a time when their government owes more money than anyone has ever owed in the history of the planet is quite simply nuts.
................ people are determined that Sandra Fluke be treated with respect as a pioneering spokesperson for the rights of the horizontally challenged.
Sorry, I pass.
............ In the absence of religious virtue, sexual virtue and fiscal virtue, one might trust to the people's sense of sheer preposterousness to reject the official narrative of the Fluke charade. Yet even that is not to be permitted.
............ it would not be appropriate for me to comment here on Rush's intervention. But let me say this. Almost every matter of the moment boils down to the same story: the Left's urge to narrow the bounds of public discourse and insist that "conventional wisdom" unknown to the world the day before yesterday is now as unquestionable as the Laws of Physics. Nothing that Rush said is as weird or as degrading as what Sandra Fluke and the Obama administration are demanding. And any freeborn citizen should reserve the right to point that out as loudly and as often as possible.

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Miss Fluke goes to Washington | fluke, sex, right - Opinion - The Orange County Register (external - login to view)
 
bluebyrd35
#332
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

Can't you get through you thick skull that nobody is forcing anything on anyone there?????

She was at that school by Choice...

She also has the choice to pick another school. End of story!!

What part of freedom of choice don't you understand?????

Oh and under the law, ( the course she is taking) she has the freedom and the choice to apply to the government to get the University to follow the general health guidelines of the country and to butt out of the bedrooms of students and faculty alike.

You can call me anything you like but it doesn't change the fact that the University has only the right to offer courses, and to charge for them. What it does not have the right to do is force it's religious crap on the student body.

Under that sort of freedom, a Protestant University, should be able to insist all students, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, whatever, take contraceptives while attending University and making them pay for the insurance coverage as well. Logic doesn't appear to be your strong suit for sure.
 
Tonington
#333
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post


Oh, and while we're at it, the sanest commentator of them all, Mark Steyn:

No, the most basic issue here is not religious morality, individual liberty or fiscal responsibility. It's that a society in which middle-age children of privilege testify before the most powerful figures in the land to demand state-enforced funding for their sex lives at a time when their government owes more money than anyone has ever owed in the history of the planet is quite simply nuts.

Sorry to burst your hero worship bubble Colpy, but what does the debt level of the US government have to do with this mandate in the legislation?
 
bluebyrd35
#334
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Funny how Bill Maher didn't get quite the same coverage when he called Sarah Palin a ****, (rhymes with RUNT)

Bill Maher: Obama's Million Dollar Man - YouTube (external - login to view)

Oh, and while we're at it, the sanest commentator of them all, Mark Steyn:



Miss Fluke goes to Washington | fluke, sex, right - Opinion - The Orange County Register (external - login to view)

Amazing isn't it, that most of those kinds of remarks, opinions come from the male side of comedians and commentators?? Oh some seriously twisted females occasionally stoop to the same level, just like some males actually support equal right for women.
 
gerryh
#335
The Pill

The pill: side effects and risks - Women's Health - C-Health (external - login to view)

Oh yes.... coldwater, you're a moron. The Statement by the Canadian Bishops promotes homosexuality??????????????? What drugs are you on?
 
Colpy
+2
#336
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Amazing isn't it, that most of those kinds of remarks, opinions come from the male side of comedians and commentators?? Oh some seriously twisted females occasionally stoop to the same level, just like some males actually support equal right for women.

Well.........I don't think most women would hesitate a millisecond before they called a man a pr ick.

Exactly what is the difference?

My point was the pro Obama bunch are allowed to abuse the female opposition, but it is get out the tar and feathers if a Republican dares!!!!
 
L Gilbert
+1
#337
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

My point was the pro Obama bunch are allowed to abuse the female opposition,

I don't think so. It seems to me that Reps went on the rampage every time a Dem scoffed at Palin.
Quote:

but it is get out the tar and feathers if a Republican dares!!!!

Yep, but it's the same in reverse.
 
DaSleeper
+1
#338
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Oh and under the law, ( the course she is taking) she has the freedom and the choice to apply to the government to get the University to follow the general health guidelines of the country and to butt out of the bedrooms of students and faculty alike.

You can call me anything you like but it doesn't change the fact that the University has only the right to offer courses, and to charge for them. What it does not have the right to do is force it's religious crap on the student body.

Under that sort of freedom, a Protestant University, should be able to insist all students, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, whatever, take contraceptives while attending University and making them pay for the insurance coverage as well. Logic doesn't appear to be your strong suit for sure.

You are constantly rambling....but with the last paragraph you're off the wall....
Nobody is forcing her to take anything!!!!!
Would you take an aspirine if you don't have a headache?
I'm pretty sure you could use some Razadyne,,,,
 
Locutus
+2
#339
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Funny how Bill Maher didn't get quite the same coverage when he called Sarah Palin a ****, (rhymes with RUNT)

Bill Maher: Obama's Million Dollar Man - YouTube (external - login to view)

Oh, and while we're at it, the sanest commentator of them all, Mark Steyn:



Miss Fluke goes to Washington | fluke, sex, right - Opinion - The Orange County Register (external - login to view)


The self-righteous (especially liberals) will (and can) j-u-s-t-i-f-y anything that supports their mantra or counters their percieved enemy.

And given that most all media is tilted left, they get the airplay until the masses are brainwashed that it is relevant, true, accepted and to be shared on FB. It's rarer than Barry Weiss' Nazi helmet but retractions, apologies or condemnations amongst their own ilk can be refreshing.
 
Cannuck
+1
#340
I always get a laugh when people try to compare a comedian with a political commentator. If the right wing nutters are going to to compare Bill Maher to anybody, it should be Dennis Miller.
 
Colpy
#341
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I always get a laugh when people try to compare a comedian with a political commentator. If the right wing nutters are going to to compare Bill Maher to anybody, it should be Dennis Miller.

Bill Maher is NOT a political commentater???

LOL!!!

You ain't been listening.
 
Just the Facts
+2
#342
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I always get a laugh when people try to compare a comedian with a political commentator. If the right wing nutters are going to to compare Bill Maher to anybody, it should be Dennis Miller.

So the million dollars was just play money?
 
coldstream
#343
Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

Boy, you'd make a great member of the Inquisition.

I could fashion thumbscrews for you to use in your calling. Excellent for recantations.

PS

Remember, Vatican 2 said all rites Eastern and Western (Latin being but one), are equal. Time for you to brush up.

PS to Bluebyrd,
Coldstream's views are not representative.

What I can't understand is why Catholics on these discussion boards don't challenge him. Superstitious fear?


The original topic dealt, in general terms, with the nature and responsibility of human sexuality, which differs fundamentally from animalistic sexuality. No other 'species' accords the mystique, symbolism, identity or moral character to sexuality that humans do. No other 'species' is able to apply its own will to control sexuality to respond to these purposes. The problem with the Winnipeg Agreement is it capitulated totally to the animalistic nature of sexuality, denying human responsibility and free will to define it. It was an outrageous denial of fundamental Catholic and Christian principles.

All religions have sought to define sexuality in the realm of divine gift, and contained with in the precepts of love and family. When churches seek to reduce the importance of sexuality, they have foregone their founding impulse. That's true of the Anglican Church, which allowed artificial contraception starting with their Lambeth Congress in 1930. This set in motion a momentum that saw all forms of sexuality and their consequences.. homosexuality, extra-marital sex, open divorce, abortion.. not only allowed but celebrated as 'human rights'. The Anglican Church is now in free fall in substance and membership. If current trends continue it will cease to exist by the middle of this century. One of the major sources of converts to the Catholic Church is now former Anglicans who are fed up with the amorphous gelitan that its moral standards have become.

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Remember, Vatican 2 said all rites Eastern and Western (Latin being but one), are equal. Time for you to brush up

Vatican 2, by the way, stated no such thing. Although it invited those in schism with the True Church, that of the apostolic succession of Peter, to unite under its banner. It has offered to respect their organization and clerical traditions, providing they don't conflict with Catholic canon law and theology, and provided it submits to the primacy of the Holy Pontiff. That offer remains open. Keep in mind that there is a renegade movement within the Catholic Church, steeped in New Age psuedo paganism that has usurped the 'spirit' of Vatican 2 to its own purposes, ignoring completely its literal documents. These were well represented in the Winnipeg Statement.

But that's nothing new. Great enterprises always elicit great opposition. And it is that opposition that was present in the Winnipeg Statement of Canadian Conference of Bishops. There are an alarming number of weak bureacrats in the espiscopacy.. but they are outweighed by the good and faithful bishops, on which the future of Catholic Church depends.
Last edited by coldstream; Mar 10th, 2012 at 02:36 PM..
 
Cannuck
#344
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Bill Maher is NOT a political commentater???

LOL!!!

You ain't been listening.

Rush is not a comedian...at least not intentionally. Apparently the concept of topical humour has eluded you.
 
captain morgan
#345
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

she can "guarantee good health if she keeps her legs together".

No problem... And yes, as per Fluke's adamant demands for c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-o-n, keeping her legs shut will guarantee that she not get preggo

Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

That would be a good idea if the side affects effects, efficacy and costs of chemotherapy were similar to the pill but really, that is for another discussion. For now, we are not done discussing your miracle cure for all that ails women.

B..b...b..but, aren't you're exclusively and uber concerned about ovarian cancer, right?... That would be a helluva more effective program, and seeing how it's about Fluke's health - and money is no object - why do you make these pathetic excuses?

Do you not care about Sandra's ovaries?
 
Cannuck
+1 / -1
#346
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

No problem... And yes, as per Fluke's adamant demands for c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-o-n, keeping her legs shut will guarantee that she not get preggo

You didn't say "preggo" you said good health. Do you consider pregnancy a disease?


Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

B..b...b..but, aren't you're exclusively and uber concerned about ovarian cancer, right?...

I'm not exclusively concerned about anything to do with Fluke. Unlike you, I really could not care less if she keeps her legs together or not, nor am I concerned whether she gets the pill through her insurance. In the same vein, I don't care whether your insurance company pays for your Viagra. My interest in this story is simply in how a bunch of old men get their panties twisted because a young woman gets some action.

But again, we are getting sidetracked. I really want to hear about how keeping ones legs together guarantees good health.
 
L Gilbert
#347
Quote: Originally Posted by coldstreamView Post

The original topic dealt, in general terms with the nature and responsibility of human sexuality, which differs fundamentally from animalistic sexuality. No other 'species' accords the mystique, symbolism, identity or moral character to sexuality that humans do. No other 'species' is able to apply its own will to control sexuality to respond to these purposes.

As far as we can tell so far.
Quote:

The problem with the Winnipeg Agreement is it capitulated totally to the animalistic nature of sexuality, denying human responsibility and free will to define it. It was an outrageous denial of fundamental Catholic and Christian principles.

You mean it illustrates that humans are simply humans with quirks, traits, and characteristics and can be misguided, gullible, erroneous, mean, etc. sometimes in their lives? Yeah, it's obviously screwy.

Quote:

All religions have sought to define sexuality in the realm of divine gift, and contained with in the precepts of love and family.

You mean most religions have. Some simply view sexuality as just another bodily function.
 
captain morgan
+3
#348
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

You didn't say "preggo" you said good health. Do you consider pregnancy a disease?

Talk to Fluke on that - she is the one that is lobbying for c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-v-e-s.

Are ya starting to get it yet?


Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I'm not exclusively concerned about anything to do with Fluke. Unlike you, I really could not care less if she keeps her legs together or not, nor am I concerned whether she gets the pill through her insurance. In the same vein, I don't care whether your insurance company pays for your Viagra. My interest in this story is simply in how a bunch of old men get their panties twisted because a young woman gets some action.

Au contraire mon frere - you're getting your thong all twisted out of shape simply because you're a troll.

Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

But again, we are getting sidetracked. I really want to hear about how keeping ones legs together guarantees good health.

Too funny - the CC poster that is the leader in deflection and obfuscation cries foul.

I'll be laughing about that one for a long, long time
 
bluebyrd35
+1
#349
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Well.........I don't think most women would hesitate a millisecond before they called a man a pr ick.

Exactly what is the difference?

My point was the pro Obama bunch are allowed to abuse the female opposition, but it is get out the tar and feathers if a Republican dares!!!!

Hmmm.,...does your experience with women perhaps reflect your reality?? Maybe you need to make a few changes.

US republicans put the world in the bankrupsy state it is in now. Those associated with that role need to share the manure, male or female. Because a country's currency was the standard for the world, doesn't mean it can be printed without assets to back it up
.
What happens when more and more countries demand payment in other currencies than the American (which is already happening!)

Anyway, none of this has anything to do with Sandra Fluke having the courage to put herself in the way of those with religious or sexual control issues.

Making every child a wanted one, only seem sensible to me. It is about family planning in a time during world overpopulation and want. From the number of unwanted pregnancies and most of the middle class vanishing, it seems the present system certainly isn't working. It is about time to make sure contraception is freely available to all who want or need it.

Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Talk to Fluke on that - she is the one that is lobbying for c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-v-e-s.

Are ya starting to get it yet?




Au contraire mon frere - you're getting your thong all twisted out of shape simply because you're a troll.



Too funny - the CC poster that is the leader in deflection and obfuscation cries foul.

I'll be laughing about that one for a long, long time

What kind of a warped sense of humour is this!!

You don't have to spell contraceptives......it is not a sin, nor a dirty word. Resorting to name calling in place of a rebuttal, does not cover up ignorance. It is surprising how many can separate fact from fiction Fluke is not a lobbiest, she is well enough off to not only pay for her own contraceptives AND the inadequate insurance forced on her by the University. She was speaking on behalf of those who were not as well situated as she is. Changing Universities in many cases is not an option.
 
Colpy
+1
#350
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Hmmm.,...does your experience with women perhaps reflect your reality?? Maybe you need to make a few changes.

US republicans put the world in the bankrupsy state it is in now. Those associated with that role need to share the manure, male or female. Because a country's currency was the standard for the world, doesn't mean it can be printed without assets to back it up
.
What happens when more and more countries demand payment in other currencies than the American (which is already happening!)

Anyway, none of this has anything to do with Sandra Fluke having the courage to put herself in the way of those with religious or sexual control issues.

Making every child a wanted one, only seem sensible to me. It is about family planning in a time during world overpopulation and want. From the number of unwanted pregnancies and most of the middle class vanishing, it seems the present system certainly isn't working. It is about time to make sure contraception is freely available to all who want or need it.



What kind of a warped sense of humour is this!!

You don't have to spell contraceptives......it is not a sin, nor a dirty word. Resorting to name calling in place of a rebuttal, does not cover up ignorance. It is surprising how many can separate fact from fiction Fluke is not a lobbiest, she is well enough off to not only pay for her own contraceptives AND the inadequate insurance forced on her by the University. She was speaking on behalf of those who were not as well situated as she is. Changing Universities in many cases is not an option.

Don't have any experience with women. Been married 36 years...lol

You really need to get your facts straight. In EIGHT years George W. Bush increased the US debt load by 2.27 TRILLION dollars. That was a monstrous disaster, I agree......but in THREE years Obama has increased the debt load by FOUR TRILLION dollars....

The Democrats are increasing the debt load at a rate almost five times that of the Republicans.

WHO is printing money????
 
captain morgan
+2
#351
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Making every child a wanted one, only seem sensible to me. It is about family planning in a time during world overpopulation and want. From the number of unwanted pregnancies and most of the middle class vanishing, it seems the present system certainly isn't working. It is about time to make sure contraception is freely available to all who want or need it.

Here's an idea: Lobby Obama to pass legislation that every child must be wanted or else.

Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

What kind of a warped sense of humour is this!!

The kind that is wwaaayyyy over your head

Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

You don't have to spell contraceptives......it is not a sin, nor a dirty word. Resorting to name calling in place of a rebuttal, does not cover up ignorance. It is surprising how many can separate fact from fiction Fluke is not a lobbiest, she is well enough off to not only pay for her own contraceptives AND the inadequate insurance forced on her by the University. She was speaking on behalf of those who were not as well situated as she is. Changing Universities in many cases is not an option.

It got spelled-out because maybe, just maybe you nanny-state dependents will get the idea that Fluke's diatribe focused on c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-o-n and not primarily on ovarian cancer.
 
Locutus
+4
#352
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Au contraire mon frere - you're getting your thong all twisted out of shape simply because you're a troll.






One of the best posts I've pee'd a little to on this board.

If it were 4chan we'd archive it man.

 
Tonington
#353
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

B..b...b..but, aren't you're exclusively and uber concerned about ovarian cancer, right?... That would be a helluva more effective program, and seeing how it's about Fluke's health - and money is no object - why do you make these pathetic excuses?

Holy crap, for the second time, you can't use chemotherapy as a prophylactic cancer treatment...the chemicals don't prevent unregulated cell growth from happening in the future...they kill cells, including healthy cells. It's a therapy, not a preventative treatment. It would be unethical to give someone something that toxic without a good reason. It's nasty stuff.

Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

It got spelled-out because maybe, just maybe you nanny-state dependents will get the idea that Fluke's diatribe focused on c-o-n-t-r-a-c-e-p-t-i-o-n and not primarily on ovarian cancer.

She mentioned both you twit, and she referred to the OIM report which contans more than just ovarian cancer risks and contraception.
 
bluebyrd35
+1
#354
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

You are constantly rambling....but with the last paragraph you're off the wall....
Nobody is forcing her to take anything!!!!!
Would you take an aspirine if you don't have a headache?
I'm pretty sure you could use some Razadyne,,,,

Now, I am assuming you have had experience with and have used Razadyne (whatever that is). So,I am declining in case it produces a similar religiously biased, warped attitude towards affording any sort of fair and reasonable treatment to more than half the population.

I am done explaining that restricting access to a medication, can make in the lives of not just women, but men and babies a tragedy. Empathy (the ability to put oneself in the place of another) is not possible when facing a mind emmeshed in a cement wall of prejudice.

Quote: Originally Posted by LocutusView Post





One of the best posts I've pee'd a little to on this board.

If it were 4chan we'd archive it man.

How old are you???? You can't really old enough to be posting in an adult forum.
 
captain morgan
#355
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

Holy crap, for the second time, you can't use chemotherapy as a prophylactic cancer treatment...the chemicals don't prevent unregulated cell growth from happening in the future...they kill cells, including healthy cells. It's a therapy, not a preventative treatment. It would be unethical to give someone something that toxic without a good reason. It's nasty stuff.

s-a-r-c-a-s-m.... I know I didn't use purple, but I'd have thought that the suggestion was extreme enough for those with a limited grasp on reality to understand.

Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

She mentioned both you twit, and she referred to the OIM report which contans more than just ovarian cancer risks and contraception.

Keep telling yourself that Einstein, I guess that's why Fluke refers to contraception endlessly throughout the presentation as opposed to women's health as the issue.

Get back to me when you make the decision to live in the real world and leave your fantasy-land of academia and theoretical 'what ought to be' philosophy behind.
 
Locutus
+2
#356
Speaking of j-u-s-t-i-f-y-i-n-g your behavior


:
Maher Defends Limbaugh’s Right to Free Speech, Calls Comparison Between the Two ‘False Equivalency’



Comedian Bill Maher on Friday addressed the ongoing Rush Limbaugh controversy, following a week of comparisons between Limbaugh’s “****” remark about a Georgetown Law student and the litany of vulgar comments Maher has made about women himself, including calling former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin a “c–t.”

Maher prefaced his comments on his HBO show “Real Time with Bill Maher” by saying he “didn’t ask” to find himself in the news. Guest and former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele cut in: “You wrote a check, brother” — referring to the $1 million donation Maher recently made (external - login to view) to a pro-President Barack Obama super PAC, which some have called to be returned (external - login to view) in light of Obama’s public scolding of Limbaugh.

“I got crap from both the left and the right this week,” Maher began, adding that he found the the reaction from the left “disheartening.”
He continued, “I tweeted (external - login to view) that people like Rush Limbaugh — who I absolutely disagree with, I’ve never said a good word about him, I did a whole monologue about what an a–hole he is (external - login to view) — I said I don’t like it that people are made to disappear when they say something, or people try to make them disappear when they say something you don’t like. That’s America, sometimes you’re made to feel uncomfortable.”

Asking for the Limbaugh controversy to be put in perspective, Maher added: “No one died. A guy made a bad joke. A bad joke because it was a disgusting sentiment that he was evoking, and also because it wasn’t even a joke. He’s a stupid fat f–k who’s not funny.”


“It annoys me that people who cannot keep to dispirit thoughts in their own mind lump me in together with him and say I’m defending him. I’m not defending him, I‘m defending living in a country where people don’t have to be afraid that they might go out of the bounds for one minute,” he said.

To prove his point, he read a quote from the American Civil Liberties Union, which said it is “easy to defend freedom of speech when the message is something many people find reasonable, but the defense of freedom of speech is most critical when the message is one most people find repulsive.”

“I would rather put up with Rush Limbaugh and live in a country where we all do have freedom of speech and the people who I’ve heard say you know what, when they put pressure on his sponsors the system is working,” Maher said. “No it’s not, that’s the system being manipulated.”

Regarding criticism he received this week from the right, Maher said that whenever a conservative gets in trouble, “they trot me out” — something he said is a “false equivalency.”

“I am a potty mouth. That’s different from a misogynist. I will admit to being a potty mouth,” he said. “If I offended women I’m sorry, I have no problem saying I’m sorry.

About his specific comments about Palin, Maher added: “I don’t know why women would want to ally themselves with Sarah Palin, I don’t know why an insult to her is an insult to all women, but if it is I’m sorry.”

He then moved on to a different topic he said was truly misogynistic: An anti-abortion bill that just passed the Arizona state senate that would make it legal for doctors to lie about an unborn child’s potential birth defects, which some have said would be a way to trick patients into not opting for an abortion.

Watch a portion of Maher’s discussion below — content warning, strong language. Full clip available at Mediaite (external - login to view).


Maher Defends Limbaugh’s Right to Free Speech, Calls Comparison Between the Two ‘False Equivalency’ | Video | TheBlaze.com (external - login to view)


Bill Maher Defends Limbaugh’s Free Speech Rights, Responds To ‘False Equivalency’ From Right | Mediaite (external - login to view)
 
DaSleeper
+2
#357
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Now, I am assuming you have had experience with and have used Razadyne (whatever that is). So,I am declining in case it produces a similar religiously biased, warped attitude towards affording any sort of fair and reasonable treatment to more than half the population.

I am done explaining that restricting access to a medication, can make in the lives of not just women, but men and babies a tragedy. Empathy (the ability to put oneself in the place of another) is not possible when facing a mind emmeshed in a cement wall of prejudice.
.

A medical secretary that doesn't know what Razadine is....you do need it

You still don't get it ..nobody is restricting access to anything....You don't like the medical plan where you plan to work or plan to go to school???
Find another job or school or get your own bloody plan....
If that's too hard for you to comprehend at your advanced age.....I give up trying to explain it to you
 
captain morgan
#358
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

Sorry to burst your hero worship bubble Colpy, but what does the debt level of the US government have to do with this mandate in the legislation?


It has to do with the fact that the US can't afford the utopic nanny-state that Fluke is demanding.
 
gerryh
+4
#359
I also see the pro contraceptive(read pill) crowd completely ignored the link I left showing the health risks of taking the pill, which include elevated risk of liver cancer, elevated risk of hypertensive diseases, DVT's, breast cancer....................

Oh my goodness, look at that. Women are having problems getting pregnant after they stop using the pill...shock shock shock

Pill can delay a baby far longer than you want - Telegraph (external - login to view)

Another thing that blows me away about these brain dead atheists.... some of the best educational institutions in the world are "Christian", and we have idiots in here making statements that the RCC should get the hell out of education.
 
Cannuck
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#360
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Talk to Fluke on that

I'd much prefer to talk to you. You are the one, after all, that said keeping her legs closed guarantees good health. I'm still waiting for an explanation.
 

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