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Boehner: Congress to overturn birth control policy

There are 69 comments on the SFGate story from Feb 8, 2012, titled Boehner: Congress to overturn birth control policy. In it, SFGate reports that:

The administration's mandate has angered religious groups, especially Catholics, who say the requirement would force them to violate their beliefs against contraception, and congressional Republicans.

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mobob

Covington, GA

#62 Feb 11, 2012
THE QUESTION SHOULD BE:::::
WILL THE REPUBLICAN PARTY DO ANYTHING EXCEPT TALK?,TRY IMPEACHMENT "BOEHNER" I doubt it!!
Dingo

Sacramento, CA

#63 Feb 11, 2012
Impeach Bohner? for what? being stupid or his manly crying?
mobob wrote:
THE QUESTION SHOULD BE:::::
WILL THE REPUBLICAN PARTY DO ANYTHING EXCEPT TALK?,TRY IMPEACHMENT "BOEHNER" I doubt it!!
ustabearepug

Sapulpa, OK

#64 Feb 13, 2012
Lance Winslow wrote:
Sure, the House can vote to "overturn" it. Has Boner ever thought about the Senate and Obama getting on board for this one?
Boner has more than the Senate and the WH to buck, he is going to have to answer to the women he wants to deny coverage, the pill keeps the woman's female organ's healthy not only birth control and poor women can't afford the pill as it costs about 600.00
Abner

Tacoma, WA

#66 Feb 13, 2012
ustabearepug wrote:
<quoted text>Boner has more than the Senate and the WH to buck, he is going to have to answer to the women he wants to deny coverage, the pill keeps the woman's female organ's healthy not only birth control and poor women can't afford the pill as it costs about 600.00
I agree. The majority on both sides of the aisle see this as an assault on women's health.

I'm amazed that so many on the right don't see the contradiction when they say out of one side of their mouth that they are against abortion..and then out of the other side they are against birth control.

Insane.

They've got themselves frantically jumping from stone to stone with no end in sight.

Dan

Milwaukee, WI

#67 Feb 13, 2012
ustabearepug wrote:
<quoted text>Boner has more than the Senate and the WH to buck, he is going to have to answer to the women he wants to deny coverage, the pill keeps the woman's female organ's healthy not only birth control and poor women can't afford the pill as it costs about 600.00
Cite the $600.00 number.

I'm calling bullsh*t, unless it's for a year.
swedenforever

Laurel, MD

#68 Feb 14, 2012
The teaturd House of Reps. and the SOH have single digit approval ratings-the lowest since the uncivil war
conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#69 Feb 14, 2012
Weepy John was duped again.
Dingo

Sacramento, CA

#70 Feb 14, 2012
i't's going to be fun for the teapanty.org members who won their seats to go back home and mention their Accomplishments.
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swedenforever wrote:
The teaturd House of Reps. and the SOH have single digit approval ratings-the lowest since the uncivil war
ustabearepug

Sapulpa, OK

#71 Feb 15, 2012
Media is to blame wrote:
Catholics, Mormons, Protestants, Jewish congregations, and all who believe that God is supreme must unite against the wicked church of Obama
Obama's communist and dictatorship tendencies is now frightening Christ Matthews.“It gets to that interesting point to me, which is frightening, when the state tells the church what to do,” said Matthews February 7 on MSNBC’s Hardball.
Obama gets more bad news. Democrats support his mandate 60/27, which is not exactly a ringing endorsement. Republicans oppose it 16/75, and a plurality of independents do as well, 43/49. Every income demographic except the lowest of under-$20K and $75-100K opposes it by majorities. Only those who never attend religious services or attend less than once a month support the mandate; all other categories oppose it by large majorities. Even the “political class,” usually reliably liberal, opposes the mandate on religious organizations by 25/63.
When even infamously liberal Catholic and Obama worshipper Chris “Thrill Up My Leg” Matthews has problems with the Obama administration’s mandate forcing religious institutions to cover contraception, abortifacients, and sterilization in their insurance policies, you know it’s in trouble.
Oblunder is not revolutionalizing America, he is reverse revolutionalizing it. He's sending it backwards into monarchism where he is the monarch and the masses are his colonies and slaves to abide by his arbitrary ruling. On the way backwards, he took America on a undesirable trip back to the 1960s where druggie Woodstock hippies were tripping on false class warfare rhetoric. The creep is backward looking not forward looking.
GET RID OF HIM 2012! VOTE GOP TO THE SENATE TOO TO KEEP THE MURDEROUS LIAR IN CHIEF UNDER CONTROL IN 2012.
Wingnut!!! and yu wish

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