Let's look past that. If you men would control your urges and respect the women, we wouldn't need birth control.<quoted text>
It's true - he does and I can see why. Wendy's plan makes common sense to me. She simply advocates that we spend money to buy birth control pills for all women to keep them from getting knocked up. Its unrealistic and even inhumane to think that girls wont have sex. I had my first piece of ass at age 18 and couldnt get enough after that. I began to look for any fanny I could to tap. If we dont buy the pills for the girls, well be stuck once she gets pregnant. In that scenario we either fork over hundred of dollars for an abortion or we have to fund the little bastard for the next 20 years through welfare, food stamps and Medicaid. So all you complainers need to wake up and smell the coffee do you want to pay a few dollars for the birth control up front of hundreds of dollars to kill it after she gets pregnant or tens of thousands to pay for the kid through high school?
And, Wendy Davis is not for birth control. She is for abortion and child abandonment. She is not a good role model and would not be a morally-sound leader.