Backwards Perspective

Posted on August 20, 2014 4:00 pm

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that providing women with cost-free health-insurance coverage for contraceptives is one of the “obligations” of citizenship.

No, no, no… buying it for yourself is one of the privileges of liberty.

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9 Responses to “Backwards Perspective”

  1. Veeshir says:

    Making people support themselves is just like slavery!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. c64wood says:

    she wants to make sure no woman is constrained by contraceptive lock

  3. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Yes, making sure there’s negative population growth of at least somewhat civilized people is part of being a good citizen….

    What exactly does “cost free” mean?

  4. Keith Arnold says:

    Have you ever noticed that the women who complain the loudest about contraception costs and reproductive rights are the same ones that are unlikely to have to worry about pregnancy, wanted or unwanted? Really, are there that many males running around who are either that desperate or that drunk?

  5. zzyzx says:

    There is something to be said about tax payer funded contraception. For example, I for one do not want to see people like Sandra Fluke procreating. Therefor I feel that paying for her birth control is a good investment in that it will prevent her from bringing another person, or persons, into the world who will be raised to believe that they have a free ride coming on the taxpayers dime.

  6. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Irony:

    When a woman who works and pays taxes demands “free” birth control and her taxes go up more than the cost of the non-“free” birth control…to pay for the “free” birth control.

    And if you think Sandra Fl uck is bad while demanding “free” birth control, just imagine how loudly she’ll demand a “free” abortion when she forgets to take it.

  7. walruskkkch says:

    You know I’ve read the Constitution fairly closely but for the life of me I must have missed the part where the authors listed Obligations for citizenship. Can anyone help me out with section and article? Is it right after the obligation for everyone to know the Hokey-Pokey?

  8. Denise says:

    If they really want the taxpayers to pay for their contraception, then the taxpayers should be allowed to choose the brand. I personally would be in favor of chastity belts.

  9. Karen says:

    How about we offer free sterilization for anyone who wants ‘free’ birth control? I think that’s a good investment.

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