At 4/17/12 11:37 PM, Ravariel wrote:
Yeah, welcome to living in a democratic society. You have to pay for shit you don't want. It's the price of entry.
Once again: How do you feel about the Government using money for what you don't want?
Funding the NRA.
Subsidizing Faith based groups.
Bailing out favored industries.
Starting wars without declaring them.
I'm sure your pathetic, little excuse of "welcome to living in a democratic society" wouldn't be tolerated by you then, would it?
When a program's existence decreases costs to taxpayers, while increasing the health and well-being of people in the society, then there's not much "subjective" about it.
Except that it never happens.
How much were they off by Medicare, again?
Ha! Okay, I'll bite. Prove it.
I don't have to.
You're the one claiming we need to do it.
You're one of the types of people who implemented it.
Prove to me where you get the authorization from.
I think you need to educate yourself on the benefits of family planning, education, and prophylactics in general if you're really unsure where the connections lie. It's not a difficult journey.
You didn't answer the question.
Why? Because you can't. lol, you're that pathetic.
Again, welcome to this thing we call "society". If you want it to thrive, you spread the costs of public benefit around, so that those who are more likely to need it can afford it when they do.
How's that working out with our Trillions of unfunded liabilities?
Ooh, a red herring! Should I chase it?
Well, you're already a fucking idiot. It would amuse me if you gave it a shot since you'd probly respond in a way that had nothing to do with the point I was making.
Maybe for the other 90% of the shit they do?
Once again: If it's such a small number, why do they need it?
Those same people happily pay thousands of dollars to, and give millions in tax breaks to organizations that harbor and encourage pedophiles. Their feelings are irrelevant. See? I can do this, too!
Question: How is letting people keep their own money the equivalent to giving someone else's money to them?
Once again: You're a fucking moron.
An entertaining one at least.
So... contraception is good, but getting it to those who most need it and are least able to afford it is bad? Gotcha.
How am I responsible for other people's actions?
What's fair about punishing me for it?
I'll try to explain how you're stupidity on this issue is actually anti-woman...
As a small example: When we passed the Citizens with Disabilities Act, it was meant to help those individuals. But what happened? More disabled people became unemployed because employers began seeing them as potential liabilities , resulting in less of them being hired.
What do you think mandated contraception coverage would do?
First off, because it's now "free", then just like how people abuse insurance by over-using it (and just simply using it) on routine doctors visits, they will abuse the "free" part and "purchase" more contraception than they would otherwise need.
Secondly, because it's now "free", people will start buying the more expensive contraceptives (increasing premiums even further!).
Third, because women are now being covered by this, employers will see them as even more of a liability and will either A) be less likely to hire women, or B) reduce their pay to their male counter-parts.
And don't give me this Bullshit that birth control and contraceptives "aren't affordable." If high school teenagers without jobs can obtain them, then you don't have an excuse.
You really didn't listen to her testimony at all did you?
But as usual, you're the same from 2 years ago: A totally mentally inept, worthless little bitch who couldn't even muster up enough willpower to move 1 brain cell.