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Government advisers recommend that health insurance companies cover birth control without co-paym...

There are 70 comments on the The Post-Standard story from Jul 19, 2011, titled Government advisers recommend that health insurance companies cover birth control without co-paym.... In it, The Post-Standard reports that:

Millions of women stand to gain free access to a broad menu of birth control methods, thanks to a recommendation issued Tuesday by health experts advising the government.

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Frank Lee Plain

Sugar Land, TX

#3 Jul 19, 2011
It's certainly cost effective to pay for contraception versus pregancy, delivery, and infant care.

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#4 Jul 19, 2011
The way we read laws today, twisting words, inserting meanings or redefining - who the hell knows what this means.
TedsLiver

United States

#5 Jul 19, 2011
Sterlization of liberals would also help,
StormDancer

Seattle, WA

#6 Jul 19, 2011
Fine with me as long as it Doesn't include Abortion which is what most of America uses for birth control anymore for some sick reason ...
btw subst__intel

Acworth, GA

#7 Jul 19, 2011
How about subsidizing singles who abstain from having children till a certain age?

Wartime III

“Operation GTFO Advocate”

Since: Jul 11

Kenyan-Bound Commie Blubber

#8 Jul 19, 2011
Subsidizing?

All Americans need do is look at who built this country and who's nearly destroyed it.

The difference couldn't be more black and white.

“Freedom Demands Responsibility”

Since: Aug 09

21st Century

#9 Jul 19, 2011
TedsLiver wrote:
Sterlization of liberals would also help,
Woof, Ted, Good idea. Just make pot legal for anyone who is sterile. Justification: Don't want any potheads raising kids. Liberals and Democrats will choose pot over kids anytime.
Lance Winslow

Orinda, CA

#10 Jul 19, 2011
Much, much better than the Bristol Palin method!
LocalBoy

Carmel, IN

#11 Jul 19, 2011
How does one insure against buying pills ? For birth control no less.

Insurance is supposed to be a hedge against risk, is buying pills a risk ?

What we have here is not insurance, it is a buyers club known as managed care. Its a ponzi scheme at best, predatory control of ll things medicine at worst.

Explain how one calls free dope insurance ?

Managed care, The HMO Act of 73, is the problem in todays health care, not the answer. Managed care is Wall Street care, an oxymoron
Venomous

Milpitas, CA

#12 Jul 19, 2011
LocalBoy wrote:
How does one insure against buying pills ? For birth control no less.
Insurance is supposed to be a hedge against risk, is buying pills a risk ?
What we have here is not insurance, it is a buyers club known as managed care. Its a ponzi scheme at best, predatory control of ll things medicine at worst.
Explain how one calls free dope insurance ?
Managed care, The HMO Act of 73, is the problem in todays health care, not the answer. Managed care is Wall Street care, an oxymoron
I agree
Venomous

Milpitas, CA

#13 Jul 19, 2011
TedsLiver wrote:
Sterlization of liberals would also help,
As would standing people like you over a ditch en masse and executing them.
Venomous

Milpitas, CA

#15 Jul 19, 2011
You should be careful what you wish for.
Venomous

Milpitas, CA

#16 Jul 19, 2011
TedsLiver wrote:
<quoted text>. I live close by, why don't you try loser?
You should be careful what you wish for
Lance Winslow

Orinda, CA

#17 Jul 19, 2011
TedsLiver wrote:
<quoted text>. I live close by, why don't you try loser?
Violence in Oakland? Why, never.
Curtis Lowe

United States

#18 Jul 19, 2011
I find a walnut between the knees prevents most pregnancies.
Responsibility

San Bruno, CA

#20 Jul 20, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
I find a walnut between the knees prevents most pregnancies.
Does the man need the walnut or the women? LOLL
Curtis Lowe

United States

#21 Jul 20, 2011
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
Does the man need the walnut or the women? LOLL
Always the woman. She's the goalie. She's supposed to protect the net!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#22 Jul 20, 2011
Frank Lee Plain wrote:
It's certainly cost effective to pay for contraception versus pregancy, delivery, and infant care.
nobody is arguing that...
i find it disturbing that I'M required to chip in for millions of women's "free" birth control...

oh, yeah, i forgot...
why SHOULD those engaging in sex have to pay for their own birth control?
we don't want to let (shudder) personal responsibility to rear it's ugly head...do we?
that's SO un-nanny state!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#23 Jul 20, 2011
Lance Winslow wrote:
Much, much better than the Bristol Palin method!
and the method used by your parents!
TedsLiver

United States

#25 Jul 20, 2011
Venomous wrote:
<quoted text>
You should be careful what you wish for
. Any time I'm right here in the Bay Area.

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