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    Re: Health plans ordered to cover birth control without co-pays

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    Not sure but I think there may be some holes in this philosophy.

    On the other hand there is actually a better free for all, cost will never go up solution. When you sit down with your boys you tell them straight out, keep your pecker and your pants and zipper up and will eliminate many consequences. Further explain to them what the purpose for sex is and that even if you use contraception that isn't 100%.
    ??? Are you preaching personal responsibility ?? You can forget that .. Liberals don’t have any, don’t want any, and will never accept that into their way of life.

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    Re: Health plans ordered to cover birth control without co-pays

    Quote Originally Posted by nonpareil View Post
    It's the idea with insurance, to spread the payments among everyone in the pool. The idea with smokers is to penalise them for smoking which is bad. Using contraceptive is something that should be encouraged.

    . You sit there and use the example that smoking is something you do that is bad for you, so itís okay to charge smokers more Ö. Yet having unprotected sex is bad for you isnít it? So why should I have to pay more for being a smoker, then someone that has unprotected sex, arenít both a choice ? Or do you believe in only choices that agree with your ideals ?

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    Re: Health plans ordered to cover birth control without co-pays

    Quote Originally Posted by nonpareil View Post
    So you shouldn't be able to buy a life insurance since you know you are going to die?

    Do you also think that disability insurance defeats the entire purpose of insurance since they pay benefits after that something has happened?

    Talking is the easy part, living it is the hard part. How many people can afford a mortgage, college fund for their children, and the medical bill for chronic illness? What happen when they can't? Insurance works for houses and cars, when it's fixed, it's fixed, if not you get money to buy a new one. Not so people, sometimes an illness don't just get cured once you found out about it, you have to live with it. Unless of course, you think people who can't support their ongoing health bills should just die.
    Existing insurance can be tailored to you wants and needs now, donít want any co-pays just tell you insurance agent, do want any deductible, same thing. If you are willing to pay the price, you can be covered 100% for everything you can think of, if you are willing to pay the price.

    By having many of these things ďmandatedĒ you are going to pay the price, like it or not. So if your complaint is I donít have that because I canít afford it, to bad, because as they keep adding these mandated items, you will be forced to pay what you canít afford, or go without. You keep talking about the diabetic medicines co-pays, how are these people going to pay for it when they have ďNOĒ insurance because itís so high they canít afford it?

    Comparing other insurances to health care is unreasonable ..... car insurance even more so, try totaling 3 cars in 5 years .. and see what your insurance rates would be ... Comparing it to health insurance is saying that the more you use your health insurance the more you should pay for it .....

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