Archive for the ‘Abortion’ Category


March 20, 2012

Ladies and gentlemen, step right up and ruin your life before you have a clue what could be in store for you ten, fifteen or twenty years hence.

Not only is HHS demanding that abortions are covered by health insurance, they are now trying to mandate that sterilizations must be part of that coverage.  Next, of course, will be gender reassignment.  And, if you don’t like the new you, you can always get a re-do and return to the way you were born.

( – All student health care plans covering female college students in the United States must include coverage for free voluntary sterilization surgery, the Department of Health and Human Services announced late Friday afternoon.

Women of college age who do not attend school will also get free sterilization coverage whether they are insured through an employer, their parents, or some form of government-subsidized plan.

What could be next?  Broccoli is good for your health.  Will all insurance coverage have to cover the purchase price of broccoli?  How about spinach?  Of course, we can’t forget that exercise plays a big part in health.  Will insurance companies or government (taxpayers) be forced to pay for gym memberships?

We now know, unequivocally, that Big Brother doesn’t want us to reproduce.  I don’t think it’s beyond the realm of reason to expect that future generations will be faced with selective forced sterilizations.  Perhaps a little additional supplement to an expectant mother’s prenatal vitamins will come about.  We know that the death panels will soon determine when we have reached our maximum productivity and are no longer useful to the government. 

What happened to independence, free thinking and personal responsibility?  Have we given up our lives, or have they been taken from us?  Have we, as a society, become so complacent that we want “have done” over “do”?  Is the mandated public school system really dumbing the generations to the point where they don’t recognize they can be better or even care about being better than the minimum that is expected?

Geo-engineering, bio-engineering, social engineering, vaccines laden with toxins, fluoridated water, synthetic pharmaceuticals causing more problems (side effects) than the symptoms they allay, chem-trails, H.A.A.R.P. … 


I’m not likin’ the C H A N G E.


March 7, 2012

On Feb. 23, Sandra Fluke was the sole witness to appear before an all-Democratic panel chaired by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.  As has been well reported, Ms. Fluke testified that it can cost a law student in excess of $3,000 for birth control during their term of education.  She feels that insurance should pay for the party favors whether or not the religious foundation approves or disapproves on moral grounds.

Initially, Barry Lynn, a  nationally known liberal, progressive, ordained minister and graduate of Georgetown University Law Center was invited and scheduled to give testimony before a full U.S. House of Representatives committee.  Lynn was bounced at the last minute and Fluke, a 30 year-old law student with an extensive history of activism in leftist causes, became the Democrats’ replacement speaker.

Ms. Fluke is attending Georgetown under a Public Interest Law Scholars (PILS) program.  PILS is a scholarship program available to students who intend to dedicate their careers substantially to public interest matters (leftist agendas).  In short, Ms. Fluke is attending law school at the expense of donors and still she is still not willing to pay for her own amoral behavior.

Though not part of her testimony, it has been reported that Sandra Fluke also advocates health insurance policies also cover gender modification for those people living alternate lifestyles.  Reschedule the heart attack victim, there’s a gender swap needed!  If he/she decides the new identity is no longer in vogue, the insurance or the government must pay for another surgery.  It’s a right.

Reverend Lynn would have also presented a very strong argument in favor of health plans including birth control.  His testimony and life experience may have had a different, and perhaps more truthful, impact.

Regarding the cost of birth control, a Target store only 3 miles from the law school currently sells a month’s supply of birth control pills for only $9 to people who do not have insurance plans covering contraceptives.  A CVS store a few blocks from the school sells a month’s supply of the product for $33.  Even at that price, a three year supply would only cost $1,188.  Three grand…not the truth.  Destitute female students wishing to have regular and frequent sex out of wedlock might want to car pool to the Target store to save money.  They could also ask that the object of their affection for the night provide condoms and protect both of them against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Ms. Fluke is attending Georgetown University Law Center to become a lawyer who will sue any body, company, corporation, or group that would like to keep their earnings for distribution as they see fit.  I would guess that she has already filed application with the ACLU (America’s Cancerous Liberal Union).

Liberals are taking control of our lives and our well being.  Bit by bit they are taking from those who have earned and giving to themselves and others who are unwilling to work hard and make something of their selves.  They are giving away our freedoms and demanding that we relegate our responsibilities to the government.

Please vote wisely in November.


March 3, 2012

There is a big and continuous conversational debate about the new Obama Care mandate for religious organizations to provide birth control and cover abortions.  HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius believes (or at least professes to believe in order to justify the mandate) that providing contraception will save the taxpayers money.

“The reduction in the number of pregnancies compensates for the cost of contraception,” Sebelius said.  She went on to say the estimated cost is “down not up”.

This is a typical misdirection that not only has the general population flummoxed, it has even the best minds (both of them) in the media twirling to the point that they cannot even see the obvious.

Why can’t the parties responsible for the wild abandon and any pregnancies resulting thereof pay for their own contraception, abortion or raise the resultant child?  Where, other than in an Obama mandate, is it written that you and I are liable for the Saturday night entertainment for a couple of unthinking, uncaring irresponsible horn dogs?

Health care, by original definition, is the care of one’s health – period.  It is not wage earners payment to the ticket booth with attendees’ limited to co-pay for a night at the movies.

Sandra Fluke recently told a congressional committee that birth control was costing students at Georgetown University upwards of $3,000 during law school.  She added that some 40% of the female student population is struggling financially because insurers won’t pay for contraception.  Is this because mommy and daddy will pay for education but not for their daughters to have casual sex?  She intimates that it is a “right” for students to have regular and frequent sex with multiple partners at the expense of others.  When all goes awry, someone else must pick up the tab for an abortion.

At what point will enough level-headed individuals say enough is enough, quit the gimme-gimme whining?  What will it take to force the loony leaches of the left to assume some personal responsibility?


February 9, 2012

Former Democratic congresswoman Kathy Dahlkemper, a Catholic from Erie, Pennsylvania, cast a crucial vote in favor of Obamacare in 2010.  She lost her seat that November in part because of her controversial support of Obamacare.  But Dahlkemper said recently that she would have never voted for the health care bill had she known that the Department of Health and Human Services would require all private insurers, including Catholic charities and hospitals, to provide free coverage of contraception, sterilization procedures, and the “week-after” pill “ella” that can induce early abortions.

She went on to say, “I would have never voted for the final version of the bill if I expected the Obama Administration to force Catholic hospitals and Catholic Colleges and Universities to pay for contraception.”

Like the mindless sheep they are, Democrat congressmen and congresswomen blindly followed their leader.  It was what the party wanted.  It was what the President needed.  It was so important there was no reason to read it.  “But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it…”  Nancy Pelosi –May 10 2010

Well Kathy, you should have done the job for which you were elected and paid.  You should have read the bill to know just what you were endorsing.  Perhaps you’d still have a job and the country would be much better off.