Last edited by Napoleon; 12-30-12 at 11:29 PM.
While i admit im not so found of government mandating what insurance a company offers I am all on board that no company should pick an insurance based on their "religious beliefs" once that is done they are 100% in the wrong.
this is like everything come up with a better reason, say the insurance you picked is the most financially sound for your company, but as soon as you admit (or it can be proven) you are picking the insurance based on religious beliefs you will lose and rightfully so. Thats just basic rights.
A large part of the AHC is aimed at cost control and most of the preventative services are being implemented to REDUCE costs.
Of course being one of the "status quo mongers" you have no interest in cost savings. You love our health care system just the way it is .Twice as expensive as most other western nations with no better care
Providing no cost birth control can reduce unintended pregnancies, abortion rates in womenProviding birth control to women at no cost substantially reduced unplanned pregnancies and cut abortion rates by 62 percent to 78 percent over the national rate, a new study shows.
The research, by investigators at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, appears online Oct. 4 in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Among a range of birth control methods offered in the study, most women chose long-acting methods like intrauterine devices (IUDs) or implants, which have lower failure rates than commonly used birth control pills. In the United States, IUDs and implants have high up-front costs that sometimes aren't covered by health insurance, making these methods unaffordable for many women.
"The impact of providing no-cost birth control was far greater than we expected in terms of unintended pregnancies," says lead author Jeff Peipert, MD, PhD, the Robert J. Terry Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. "We think improving access to birth control, particularly IUDs and implants, coupled with education on the most effective methods has the potential to significantly decrease the number of unintended pregnancies and abortions in this country."
Unintended pregnancies are a major problem in the United States. Each year, about 50 percent of all U.S. pregnancies are unplanned, far higher than in other developed countries. About half of these pregnancies result from women not using contraception and half from incorrect or irregular use.
Last edited by iguanaman; 12-30-12 at 11:45 PM.
in one case you are choosing to ALLOW the government in your bedroom and womb and in the other case government would be FORCING thier way in your bedroom and womb.
THis poster is an epic failure lol, whoever created it has no idea what hypocrisy means.
Last edited by The Man; 12-31-12 at 12:05 AM.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
You really think it's not hypocrisy? Those are both demands. When one makes the choice to engage in behavior that has consequences, then one should not coerce others who disagree with that choice to remove those consequences. You are pro-choice, right? Ohhh, that's only when its convenient for you.
theres ZERO hypocrisy present
the people that say they dont want the government in their bedroom or womb are referring to them FORCING their way in their and the other way they are being INVITED.
the government makes laws to protect my home it doesnt mean they get to come in it for any reason
your example is also horrible as a house is not a womb or your body. those people are stupid, and that is nothing like the subject here.
sorry the poster is a huge failure as no hypocrisy exists, for hypocrisy the examples have to be identical opposites would they not?