Limbaugh's message to 'feminazis'


Tonington
#361
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

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.

It seemed legit, given your extreme problem understanding most anything related to science.

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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.

You're delusional. So you think academia is represented by private corporations with no educational mandate? I rest my case.
 
Robotnik
#362
If I were a tree, the eco-terrorist would be the one with the chainsaw!
 
captain morgan
+1
#363
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post


You're delusional. So you think academia is represented by private corporations with no educational mandate? I rest my case.


Without balance, exclusivity in any one area is not representative of reality.

But in the end, Fluke is not lobbying for medication to address ovarian cancer - she is lobbying for contraception. The notion that the pill can have a positive influence on ovarian cancer is incidental... But then again, if you take the time to read through the link gerryh provided, you'd see that use of the pill also comes with a health cost of it's own.

Considering you being a man of science, I would have thought that this issue would have been relevant to your position.
 
Tonington
#364
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

But in the end, Fluke is not lobbying for medication to address ovarian cancer - she is lobbying for contraception. The notion that the pill can have a positive influence on ovarian cancer is incidental... But then again, if you take the time to read through the link gerryh provided, you'd see that use of the pill also comes with a health cost of it's own.

Considering you being a man of science, I would have thought that this issue would have been relevant to your position.

Well, I've said from the beginning that this is a discussion for a woman and her doctor. She is testifying in support of a mandate in a bill...the benefit to women in reduced risks for many illnesses is not incidental at all, it's part of the reason why the report from the National Academy suggested this should be part of the healthcare reform, because it is an actual prophylactic treatment.
 
captain morgan
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#365
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

Well, I've said from the beginning that this is a discussion for a woman and her doctor.

You have also specifically ignored that Fluke has been lobbying for the inclusion of contraceptives (in general - you getting this yet?) from the inception of this issue.

Selectively ignoring the corner stone issue doesn't make it go away


Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

She is testifying in support of a mandate in a bill...

.. A bill for what exactly and more over, her solution requires the inclusion of (fill in the blank here).

Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

the benefit to women in reduced risks for many illnesses is not incidental at all, it's part of the reason why the report from the National Academy suggested this should be part of the healthcare reform, because it is an actual prophylactic treatment.

Based on that highly generalized description, I suppose that preventative chemo therapy or hysterectomies would easily qualify as a solution - how come you and Fluke aren't demanding a wholesale program based on those extreme solutions? Is Fluke really all about women's health or not?

But, again, that is an aside. Afterall, Fluke did recognize that 'contraception' for the purpose of medical reasons WAS covered by Georgetown's student insurance.
 
bluebyrd35
#366
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

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

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Good grief, I have been retired for about 13 years. Since I have great mental & physical health, and there are soooo many new products developed I have no need of, why would I even care to know of them?? You, on the other hand seem to have an intimate knowledge of the product. That says a great deal.

I certainly "get it" as you say. I understand the pleasures of a ***** ranks higher than those of a uterus and how dare women want the same freedom and pleasures as men!! All women have experienced the same narrow-minded intolerance many times during their lifetimes.

Birthcontrol should be as easily and cheaply available to women as to men. The younger generation is not about to be manipulated, by the elderly, religiously hampered, control freaks.
Last edited by bluebyrd35; Mar 11th, 2012 at 11:13 AM..
 
lone wolf
+1
#367
If you want one so bad, I'm sure you can find a surgeon who'll perform an addadictomy
 
CDNBear
#368
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

I certainly "get it" as you say. I understand the pleasures of a ***** ranks higher than those of a uterus and how dare women want the same freedom and pleasures as men!!

So you don't get it. Why would you say you get it, when you obviously don't?

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Birth control should be as easily and cheaply available to women as to men.

It is.

Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

If you want one so bad, I'm sure you can find a surgeon who'll perform an addadictomy

 
Cannuck
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#369
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

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....

...or work to get the plan changed. Why is that not an option for some people? We recently made changes to our Blue Cross plan that improved our dental coverage. I really can't undrestand why that is such a big deal to you. Fortunately, people like you have not been running the world or we never would have progressed.

If that's too hard for you to comprehend at your advanced age.....I give up trying to explain it to you

Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

It is.

No it isn't, unless you only consider condoms which are not as effective but I wouldn't expect somebody like you, Das or Cap'n to look at the entire picture. That would be too difficult given your misogynistic views.
 
Tonington
#370
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post


But, again, that is an aside. Afterall, Fluke did recognize that 'contraception' for the purpose of medical reasons WAS covered by Georgetown's student insurance.

SOMETIMES. She highlighted the difficulties, with school administrators and insurance agents sometimes denying that the prescription was medically necessary, which in one case resulted in a women's hospitalization. Go read her testimony again.

Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

You have also specifically ignored that Fluke has been lobbying for the inclusion of contraceptives

No I haven't.
 
bluebyrd35
#371
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

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????

What an amazing woman your wife must be!!







. .
 
CDNBear
#372
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I really can't undrestand why that is such a big deal to you.

Obviously the result of your admitted stupidity.

Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

No it isn't, unless you only consider condoms which are not as effective...

Shuffling goalposts for other members are you now?
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

That would be too difficult given your misogynistic views.



Seriously dude, stop taking the fun out of me embarrassing you, by doing it yourself.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 11th, 2012 at 12:05 PM..
 
Cannuck
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#373
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

Shuffling goalposts for other members are you now?

Just trying to educate the misogynists. I know it's a difficult task and even more so with you, given your admitted disadvantage (to which I as a Canadian take full responsibility for)

Here's a link so you boys can understand the difference between the types of birth control. I think it's probably age appropriate for you guys

Birth Control Methods: How Well Do They Work? (external - login to view)
 
CDNBear
+1
#374
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Just trying to educate the misogynists. I know it's a difficult task and even more so with you, given your admitted disadvantage (to which I as a Canadian take full responsibility for)

Here's a link so you boys can understand the difference between the types of birth control. I think it's probably age appropriate for you guys

Birth Control Methods: How Well Do They Work? (external - login to view)



Still shuffling goalposts. I can understand how you being admittedly stupid, would manifest in such silly use of fallacy and unsupportable claims.

So I ask again, please stop sucking all the fun out of me embarrassing you, by doing it to yourself.
 
Cannuck
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#375
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

Still shuffling goalposts.

How does your lack of knowledge regarding birth control message equate with me shuffling goal posts? If it bothers you to have this lack of knowledge pointed out, perhaps you should just refrain from commenting on things you know so little about.
 
CDNBear
+2
#376
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

How does your lack of knowledge regarding birth control message equate with me shuffling goal posts?

LOL, shuffling it yet again...

But here, lets look at your embarrassing mess...

Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Birthcontrol should be as easily and cheaply available to women as to men.

Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

It is.

Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

No it isn't...

And unfortunately for you, birth control is as easily and cheaply available to women as it is to men.

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If it bothers you to have this lack of knowledge pointed out, perhaps you should just refrain from commenting on things you know so little about.

The fact that all you managed to do was embarrass yourself for me, aside. My PWN'ing you over and over, hasn't stopped you from posting. I blame your admitted stupidity.

But please stop embarrassing yourself. It's sucking all the fun out of it for me.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 11th, 2012 at 12:31 PM..
 
DaSleeper
+2
#377
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

...or work to get the plan changed. Why is that not an option for some people? We recently made changes to our Blue Cross plan that improved our dental coverage. I really can't undrestand why that is such a big deal to you. Fortunately, people like you have not been running the world or we never would have progressed.

If that's too hard for you to comprehend at your advanced age.....I give up trying to explain it to you



No it isn't, unless you only consider condoms which are not as effective but I wouldn't expect somebody like you, Das or Cap'n to look at the entire picture. That would be too difficult given your misogynistic views.

When you show your pay stub with your Blue Cross deduction like I showed mine....maybe people will believe your "Bullshyte" people might just give a modicum of credence to your post...otherwise you're just blowing smoke outa your ****...
Don't you ever quit being a troll pretending to be intelligent???

Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

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Birthcontrol should be as easily and cheaply available to women as to men. The younger generation is not about to be manipulated, by the elderly, religiously hampered, control freaks.

I tried to find if their plan offers free condoms or "vasectomies" to men, and couldn't find anything about it.
Now Ms retired Bluebyrd when you find the info and post it....then It will give you credibility...Otherwise yours is just doddering that gives all seniors a bad name...salut!
 
CDNBear
#378
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

When you show your pay stub with your Blue Cross deduction like I showed mine....maybe people will believe your "Bullshyte" people might just give a modicum of credence to your post...otherwise you're just blowing smoke outa your ****... Don't you ever quit being a troll pretending to be intelligent???

You'll likely have to wait. He's probably gone for his usual "I've just been PWND" coffee break.

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I tried to find if their plan offers free condoms or "vasectomies" to men, and couldn't find anything about it.
Now Ms retired Bluebyrd when you find the info and post it....then It will give you credibility...Otherwise yours is just doddering that gives all seniors a bad name...salut!

Good luck getting that too. She employs the all the same MO's as Jimmy.
 
bluebyrd35
#379
[QUOTE=CDNBear;1558516]So you don't get it. Why would you say you get it, when you obviously don't?

Ahhh the snappy, one line arrogant put down.....

It is..........

The typical witless opinated response.



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CDNBear
#380
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Ahhh the snappy, one line arrogant put down.....

Compared to yours?


Speaking of witless opinionated responses.
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It is..........

The typical witless opinated response.

That's as witless and opinionated as it gets. You and Jimmy sure do lead the way in being blow hards...

The fact remains, women have easy access to cheap contraceptives, just as men do.
 
lone wolf
#381
I want to know why guys have to pay for PSAs but PAP smears and boobie crushes are covered (in Ontario)
 
Locutus
#382
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

I want to know why guys have to pay for PSAs but PAP smears and boobie crushes are covered (in Ontario)

PSA is free at hospital clinics (at least Scarborough General) if you don't mind waiting a coons' age at times. I prefer not to wait and so I pay up the $30 ($50 for the extra strength tests) for speedy service.

It's still a scam though.
 
bluebyrd35
#383
[QUOTE=CDNBear;1558556]LOL, shuffling it yet again...

And unfortunately for you, birth control is as easily and cheaply available to women as it is to men.

Oh and when was the last time you had to have a medical to get a prescription for birthcontrol?? oh but wait, men don't need to undergo a ******l exam, do they??

FYI A man may purchase 1000 condoms for $69.00.-- A woman must submit to a medical exam first before obtaining a prescription which costs generally about $250.00. The pills themselves cost $50.00 a month. Now unless the man is oversexed, I estimate those condoms probably cost him about $25.00 a year, for once a day sex. Now I see a cost of $850. for women versus $25.00 for a man. (These are US figures)

Some men have been notoriously careless over the years re contraception, making it essential for women to look to their own protection. Kind of puts those who object to women being in charge of their own bodies in rather a disgustingly selfish light, doesn't it?? Remember women wouldn't have to keep their legs crossed if men kept their zippers up.
 
lone wolf
+1
#384
Tango must be an interesting dance in your world....
 
CDNBear
#385
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Oh and when was the last time you had to have a medical to get a prescription for birthcontrol

Never, and women don't have to either.
 
DaSleeper
+1
#386
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

Never, and women don't have to either.

I now understand the word Feminazi <spell check> that Limbaugh uses....
 
CDNBear
#387
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

I now understand the word Feminazi <spell check> that Limbaugh uses....

I wonder if male oral contraception is covered by the insurance policy in question?

Hell, I'll have to check my Blue Cross prescription plan and see if it. I'll check and see if Viagra is on there now. I know when I first bought the package, it wasn't covered.
 
DaSleeper
#388
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

I wonder if male oral contraception is covered by the insurance policy in question?

Hell, I'll have to check my Blue Cross prescription plan and see if it. I'll check and see if Viagra is on there now. I know when I first bought the package, it wasn't covered.

Wonder how much they cost???
 
CDNBear
#389
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

Wonder how much they cost???

No idea, I'm trying to nail down whether they are even available here yet.
 
DaSleeper
+1
#390
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

No idea, I'm trying to nail down whether they are even available here yet.

I think that if Rush was on this forum....he would wonder out loud about her sexual proclivity in regards to gender in which case birth control would be a moot point....
 

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