Bush Proposal Stirs Birth Control Debate
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#1 Aug 3, 2008
It is amazing that in the twenty first century men are still trying to control the rights of women. This is a personal issue and should not be politically used and abused on a daily basis.
Since: Jan 08
#2 Aug 3, 2008
What amazes me is how the Repubs say they want less government in our lives, but are the first to push legislation to control our morals, religion, the way we act, the way we think.
I always thought when you applied for a job, you accepted the conditions of it. In the case of health care, that means dispensing any and all legal medications and prescriptions as required.
#3 Aug 3, 2008
Bush's proposal indicates once again, that if his parents had practiced birth control, our country wouldn't be in the mess it's in.
What an idiot.
#4 Aug 3, 2008
Good point. It's too bad we have to wait until Jan. for this idiot to be gone.
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