A note to NY Democrat Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, self proclaimed progressive…

…why should I be paying for contraception to someone that want’s to get laid. If their bed mate doesn’t care enough to purchase a condom or her birth control, they might think about having second thoughts or different bed mates. It’s not an employers job to offer it and it’s not the governments job to mandate it. WTF?

Gillibrand is bad for NY and bad for America with her progressive agenda. NY dump her in 2012.

An order from the President Obama requiring religious groups to provide health coverage for birth control has caused protest in the Catholic community and has prompted a challenge from Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. The proposed Rubio bill “has loophole so big you could drive truck through it,” Jennifer Granholm says, allowing an exemption to any employer who claims to have a religious objection to contraceptives.

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7 Responses to A note to NY Democrat Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, self proclaimed progressive…

  1. rjp says:

    I will digress to Ann Barnhardt on this.


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  2. coffeeandsleeplessnights says:

    I have no problem with private health insurance covering birth control – especially the pill (like any prescription medication). A lot of people automatically assume that birth control (the pill) is only taken by women to prevent pregnancy but what a lot of people don’t realize (or maybe they just don’t care) is that birth control (the pill) is also used for other medical reasons. My daughter takes the pill because of PCOS and I know several women (including one of my daughter’s friends) who are on the pill because of Endometriosis.
    And in response to another comment – I’d like to know where free birth control is available (or is it only available to those who don’t have any health coverage)?

  3. Freedom, by the way says:

    Well said. When will people figure it out, it’s about the government controlling us–and I use “us” to include the business community. Bosses are NOT determining what healthcare their employees have access to. How ridiculous! Cheap or free birth control is available everywhere.

    • boudicabpi says:

      Yes it is. It’s all about control. In NY Gillibrand has to go followed by Schumer in 2014 but in a state like NY don’t hold your breath.
      Bob A.

  4. wdednh says:

    Reblogged this on YOU DECIDE.

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