Stop Offending Me!

Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, said “the thought of your boss telling you what kind of birth control you can and can’t get is offensive”.

Cecile, it’s not about what you can get, it’s about what you can make someone else pay for.

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  1. That’s why, no doubt, she is vehemently against Affirmative Action: the thought of your boss telling you what race or gender you can or can’t be is offensive.

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  2. Asking your boss to supply your birth control products might be considered offensive. And, unless you are dating your boss, a bit presumptive… not to mention embarrassing.

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  3. The thought of the president of a group that has overseen the murder of millions of infants continuing to breathe is offensive to me. Would Cecile kindly correct that?

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