I didn't say HL said they couldn't take it. Not like they're testing for BC. However, their insurance will not cover those contraceptives. Like I told Fletch, it is the employee's insurance. If they want coverage, let them get coverage. I disagree, with that. If you were diabetic and, instead of receiving insulin - you got to choose something a little bit less. Would you be happy with that?
Not making it a potential part of their medical coverage, is denying them that.
You thought it would be clever to drop the KKK in such a way as to associate them with Christians who have a moral dilemma with contraception based upon their Christian beliefs. In the process of doing so you made the false assertion that the KKK's justification for their bigoted beliefs was Christianity, a point which I called you out on and that you are now trying to run away from. The KKK's bigotry is based on hatred pure and simple. They only reference religion as a means of camouflage. Most people can easily see the difference but I guess you cannot. Either that or you were just trying to slide by a poorly thought out strawman and got caught with your fly open. Either way it's an epic fail.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
I can NOT believe you actually equated the problems of a diabetic with someone not getting 4 of 20 types of birth control paid for. Insulin is keeping me alive.
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Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman