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Should Catholic Bishops be jailed for their beliefs

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hypocritexposer

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Let’s see what our society would look like if we all had the luxury of imposing our unfettered will. At a minimum, the Catholic bishops and employers resisting contraceptive coverage should be willing to pay for the care of all those unwanted children. Or perhaps they’d be willing to spend some time in jail in protest. At my taxpaying expense, of course.

Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2012/02/20/what-got-lost-in-the-debate-about-birth-control/#ixzz1nKe3kGA3


Erika Christakis, M.P.H, M.Ed., is an early childhood educator and Harvard College administrator. The views expressed are solely her own.
 

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Our social contract requires that we must occasionally stomach government policies that offend and outrage us

translation Liberal way to say kiss your RELIGIOUS beliefs away as we know better than you do. :x

If Birth control methods are so inexpensive that Obama can mandate a insurance company pay for them without benefit of premium, then why can't a person wanting to partake in the acts that require them PAY FOR THEM THEMSELVES. :x
 

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hypocritexposer said:
Let’s see what our society would look like if we all had the luxury of imposing our unfettered will. At a minimum, the Catholic bishops and employers resisting contraceptive coverage should be willing to pay for the care of all those unwanted children. Or perhaps they’d be willing to spend some time in jail in protest. At my taxpaying expense, of course.

Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2012/02/20/what-got-lost-in-the-debate-about-birth-control/#ixzz1nKe3kGA3


Erika Christakis, M.P.H, M.Ed., is an early childhood educator and Harvard College administrator. The views expressed are solely her own.

Seems Catholics as well as others took care of their children long before there was even insurance let alone birth control pills.
 

Juan

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Tam said:
Our social contract requires that we must occasionally stomach government policies that offend and outrage us

translation Liberal way to say kiss your RELIGIOUS beliefs away as we know better than you do. :x

If Birth control methods are so inexpensive that Obama can mandate a insurance company pay for them without benefit of premium, then why can't a person wanting to partake in the acts that require them PAY FOR THEM THEMSELVES. :x
Very good Tam. :clap: :clap:
 

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