If they want to have a good time, why not let them pay for it?
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I wonder what Raymond Wieczorek would say if his wife politely crossed her legs and told him if he wanted to have fun, he will have to pay for that fun?
When is this idea of punishing women for sex going to end? Many men are known to have sex, perhaps Weizorak has indulged in non-procreative sex a time or too himself.
But more importantly, the cost-benefit ratio of providing birth control is positive every single way you count it, including reduced health care costs, reduced expenditures to support and educate children, reduced numbers of unwanted children, etc. etc.
Are they forgetting that TONS of contraceptive prescriptions are for anemic people, fibroids, menstrual problems etc? On top of the basic need for contraception...
Why on earth would we want to populate more, punish people for sex, and screw the economy into the ground so badly? This is right up there with witch burning... just about as sensible.
I do not use birth control solely as a contraceptive. I have endometriosis and need to take it constantly, this is expensive and results in needing more than the monthly dosage of pills. With insurance which I have, I can barely afford birth control. Without birth control which my Dr. Has perscribed for the treatment of endometriosis the pain is unbearable and makes it tough to work during ovulation and menstruation. Planned Parenthood has made it possible for me to afford these pills and keep me healthy until I decide to concieve. This decision effects many women for many reasons and needs to be overturned immediately!
The religious right is the cause for the way women are treated, we are non entities as far as they are concerned. The planet is over populated because of their teachings and the male species walks this earth as though they are not culpable for conception. Women are usually left alone to deal with children and it should be their decision in how to protect themselves. Due to over population and poverty governments should be quite involved in family planing. Religious beliefs need to be kept out of making decisions in governing masses of diverse peoples!
I moved to New Hampshire in the late seventies. When I went to register to vote my boyfriend (he later became my husband) had to co-sign the voter registration form. I explained that he wasn't my husband but the fact that he was male made him eligible to I guess confirm my existence. Never really understood the purpose. It seemed it was the only way I could register to vote. But it looks like New Hampshire is still living in the dark ages as far as it's treatment of women and women's issues.
If I lived in New Hampshire, and dealt with Raymond Wieczorek, a council member, my like-minded girlfriends, and I would make his life a living hell.
Let's see: protests outside his private home, his place of work (work?), and my loud, articulate, intelligent girlfriend [of many decades] who is an R.N., nurse practitioner, licensed midwife, and is in college to become a physician. OH, she works for Planned Parenthood.
She, and others who work at this Planned Parenthood, dispense free birth control!!!
I guess Councilor Wieczorek would rather the state pay for all the unplanned pregnancies that would certainly happen because people couldn't get low cost contraceptives at Planned Parenthood. They better start putting aside money for medicaid, and welfare, since there will be a definite increased demand for those services soon.
I guess NH would rather be reactive, rather than proactive...
WOW the Granite State must have great faith in abstinence. Or plenty of $ to support unwed, teenage, mothers. "Live Free Or Die"???? But a woman isn't free to prevent pregnancies? She is not entitled to free/low cst birth control? Bring on the sales tax people. You're going to need it!
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This is ridiculous. However, did you know that "98% of Catholic women have used contraception" from contraception facts at Barack Obama website http://www.barackobama.com/women/health-info?source=SavingMoney-01-20120206-HQBi&fb_source=message?
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