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Justices: Can't make employers cover contraception

There are 226 comments on the Bellingham Herald story from Jun 30, 2014, titled Justices: Can't make employers cover contraception. In it, Bellingham Herald reports that:

The justices' 5-4 decision is the first time that the high court has ruled that profit-seeking businesses can hold religious views under federal law.

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“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#241 Jul 18, 2014
More birth control wrote:
<quoted text>So, I guess you are rich as Croesus, and don't need any health care coverage. Good for you. I worked for decades to assure my health care on retirement. You'll have to pry that policy out of my cold dead hands.
Too bad we can't practice retroactive birth control on your mom to prevent you, oh cranky one.
So you worked for decades to assure your health care on retirement. How does that happen? Ohhh... You work for the Government!

So, do you really think you'll need taxpayer-funded birth control during retirement? You refuse to take responsibility for your own actions even then? You expect to be dependent on others your entire life? You never want to stand on your own? What a waste.
independent common sense

Coffeyville, KS

#243 Jul 21, 2014
Judge Thomas fat load wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, I worked in education for nearly 30 years and earned every CENT of my health insurance. I had to deal with your brats day in and day out. Most were OK, but I am sure yours are angry little butts whom all the other kids loath, as did the teachers.
What a joy you must have been to the children in your classes over the years! To "loath" a child, especially an angry child, rather than show some compassion and maybe even some concern for why a child would be so angry. Perhaps there were many occasions over the years that you were given to show that "love of children", "desire to teach", desire to help children grow and learn", "concern and compassion" for the children that we would all hope those in the teaching profession have considering the time our children spend with them every day and influence they have on our children's life. But not you, no not you. When a child that displays anger or hostility comes into your classroom they can expect to be "loathed" by you, the "adult" in the room, instead of shown compassion and perhaps finally meet that adult in their life that shows interest in the well being and concern for their life and tries to find out why they are so angry and what is causing a child to already be holding onto to such aggression or angry at such a young age. After all, bullies are usually children that have some problems at home of some kind that they are just taking out on others. But you wouldn't know that would you? You were too busy during your 30 years of educating the future of our world "loathing" the children instead.
independent common sense

Coffeyville, KS

#245 Jul 22, 2014
no humor in YOU wrote:
<quoted text>Who said that I loathed kids? Check back. I never said it once, but you have "too" many "quotation" marks "in" your "post".
You may want to read your own post again and see what it suggest to the reader. And when I read a rule on quotation limits when repeating what someone else said in the conversation I will be sure to try to limit myself. Until then I would say it is nothing more than a diversion from you admitting to being an educator that "loathes" children.
Bonsai

Carmel, IN

#246 Jul 22, 2014
no humor in YOU wrote:
<quoted text>Who said that I loathed kids? Check back. I never said it once, but you have "too" many "quotation" marks "in" your "post".
Go back and read your post for comprehension, Teach.
Bonsai

Carmel, IN

#247 Jul 22, 2014
independent common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
You may want to read your own post again and see what it suggest to the reader. And when I read a rule on quotation limits when repeating what someone else said in the conversation I will be sure to try to limit myself. Until then I would say it is nothing more than a diversion from you admitting to being an educator that "loathes" children.
part of the problem in education is the fact teachers actually do loathe children but they go through the motions for that beefy govt check.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#248 Jul 22, 2014
independent common sense wrote:
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You may want to read your own post again and see what it suggest to the reader. And when I read a rule on quotation limits when repeating what someone else said in the conversation I will be sure to try to limit myself. Until then I would say it is nothing more than a diversion from you admitting to being an educator that "loathes" children.
Thank you and Bonsai for replying to this self-important troll, who I suspect is also a child molester.
I never deal with that sort.

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