Quote: Originally Posted by pgs
Why is a scientist that is interested in fish spend so much time and effort on the contraception issues
in another country.
I'm not a scientist. I don't know what your job title is, but I'd bet money that your posts here aren't purely an extension of the role profile for your employment.
Irrelevant distraction. Or, red herring.
I think you have an agenda,were as before I only thought you a globull warming accolate.
Which union do you work for?
Everybody has an agenda, to suggest otherwise would mean that you are an unthoughtful and unthinking automaton. Is that what you are? I work for a pharmaceutical corporation. There is no union where I work, nor do I want one. Do you have anything useful to add to the conversation, or are you just here to make noise?
Anyways, back on the actual topic, after the consultation process, which was ongoing when this whole ridiculous mess with Limbaugh began, preventative care will still be mandated. A church can object on religious grounds, as the bill was going to allow in the first place. And now institutions like Georgetown University will not be required to offer contraceptive services for all women, nor will they have to fund the additional cost to the insurance plan. The insurance companies will be required to pay for it.
I wonder what is left to bitch and moan about now from the people who disagreed with the mandate?
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs
As a Canadian why would you care? You don"t even like America.
Why do you care about posts people make about the US?
I'm now going to demand that you offer some kind of proof that I don't like America.
Take a long walk off a short peer troll.
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan
I see.. Is that like the statistic that deems that 4 outta 5 dentists recommend Trident?
No, it's you saying so what
to a significant number. If the health exception exists and isn't being implemented properly, then that's not a so what statement. I wonder if you would say the same thing about other prescriptions not being fulfilled?
Relying on the accuracy of Fluke's statement will make you look even more foolish.
Well you've repeatedly referred to points she made in her testimony. I'm doing likewise. If you have better numbers, then post them.
And no, the issue in this case is Fluke being too stupid and too cheap to assume accountability for her own personal costs related to her sex life.
That's your issue. You don't care to much about poisoning the well though. You'd rather start from a demonizing position.
Does it even register with you that her testimony leans almost entirely on the word contraceptive and NOT women's health?
Well, I'll let you be the one who can't see the forest for the trees. Obsess over the word if you like, her testimony was clearly about woman's health. The pill is called a contraceptive pill. What euphemism would you prefer she choose?
And I do like the grow up comment - it's especially hilarious coming from one that has shown little understanding of how the actual world works outside an academic setting.
According to you, but then according to you my car insurance should not be costing me less with time. According to you my Sun Life insurance should be going up in price too. Some people get wiser with age. What's your excuse?