“I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president.” - George W. Bush
The whole thing is ridiculous anyway and only demonstrates further how juvenile much of the electorate has become when these, and the 'folders full of women', are the election issues.
I don;t think so. And the reason is because we are supposed to be reasonable adults looking after issues such as these by ourselves. But when the government says they'll pay (meaning these same people at job sites etc) then it becomes okay.
But it's not okay. It makes us all dependent and excuses us of our own responsibilities as adults. It creates a nation of juveniles, and we are seeing a lot of that already.
The government is not paying for birth control.
They are mandating insurance companies treat birth control pills like any other needed prescription drug and cover it under a plan which someone is paying for.
You, as usual are arguing from a fictional universe.
Other Reasons to Take the Pill
I was prescribed them for severe pain that over the counter pain killers wasn't helping with. If we have some form of universal health care system then why should they not be covered when they're often times being used for health care?
I believe half of the things I say and say half of the things I believe.
This is what he said:
Just how should that reworded to be 'not-offensive' because when you're talking about sexual discrimination in the workplace it's obvious he's addressing men who DO the discriminating . . . and he's trying to get these stupid men to think of these women as someone's mother, someone's wife, someone's daughter - etc . . . You know - see them as people and respect them. It's a negotiation tactic, actually.“We know our economy is stronger when our wives, mothers and daughters can live their lives free from discrimination in the workplace and free from the fear of domestic violence.”
Just what exactly do they want to hear instead?
You know - since they're so much smarter than me on this maybe they can give an example of what's acceptable.
Uh no - they just want it to be said, "We know of economy is stronger when women can live their lives free from discrimination in the workplace and free from the fear of domestic violence."
Well call me a retarded rock - because that just doesn't deliver the same personal message to me. It's cold and distant - merely defining women by their gender alone and nothing more, don't you think?
LOL - but I am laughing at the 'we know our economy is stronger' - what the **** does sexual discrimination have to do with the economy?
LOL - not a damn thing.
A screaming comes across the sky.
It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow