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Old 03-03-2012, 11:00 AM
 
Location: Here and There
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I can't believe any of these discussion are even happening in 2012. I can't believe there are women out there that still support the GOP and their crazy, repressive tactics. I am so proud to be married to a man that took huge offense to a young woman being called a **** and a prostitute. When we start allowing insurance companies dictate what they will and will not cover based on their personal or religious beliefs, we are on the slipperiest slope I could imagine. I am so very, extremely frustrated, not to mention disappointed in my fellow Americans that support this utter bull****.
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Old 03-03-2012, 11:36 AM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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I can't believe any of these discussion are even happening in 2012. I can't believe there are women out there that still support the GOP and their crazy, repressive tactics. I am so proud to be married to a man that took huge offense to a young woman being called a **** and a prostitute. When we start allowing insurance companies dictate what they will and will not cover based on their personal or religious beliefs, we are on the slipperiest slope I could imagine. I am so very, extremely frustrated, not to mention disappointed in my fellow Americans that support this utter bull****.
Well this might be hard for you to understand and believe, but there are a heck of a lot of women that support Republicans and a heck of a lot of them are conservative. Do you realize how you just controdicted yourself? You said we should not allow insurance companies to dictate based on personal beliefs, well you are saying they should cover or not cover based on your beliefs plus it isn't the insurance companies that are the issue, it is the right of some to decide what shoud be covered.

BTW, I don't like the name calling either.
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Old 03-03-2012, 11:36 AM
 
Location: Rational World Park
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:04 PM
 
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hah good one
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:04 PM
 
Location: in a cabin overlooking the mountains
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It's about religious freedom. No one should be forced to purchase insurance that goes against their religion. Of course no one should be forced to purchase health care insurance. But that's what supporters of big government want. Use force to get what they want.
Ah, so Scientologists should not be forced to have insurance which covers medical treatment or prescription drugs? Not even for their minor children?
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:16 PM
 
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Ah, so Scientologists should not be forced to have insurance which covers medical treatment or prescription drugs? Not even for their minor children?
Scientology is not a "religion". It does however fit the profile of organized crime.

Next.
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:19 PM
 
Location: The Cascade Foothills
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What about Jehovah's Witnesses and their religious opposition to blood transfusions?
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:21 PM
 
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Default If the shoe fits.........

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I can't believe any of these discussion are even happening in 2012. I can't believe there are women out there that still support the GOP and their crazy, repressive tactics. I am so proud to be married to a man that took huge offense to a young woman being called a **** and a prostitute. When we start allowing insurance companies dictate what they will and will not cover based on their personal or religious beliefs, we are on the slipperiest slope I could imagine. I am so very, extremely frustrated, not to mention disappointed in my fellow Americans that support this utter bull****.
I cannot believe these discussions are happening in 2012 either.

With female enrollment/graduation rates in college exceeding males one would have thought more liberal women would have learned the significance of our Constitutionally affirmed liberties and value those more than security. Instead, these nitwits just want to replace husbands with free government handouts (a.k.a nanny statism) at the price of our liberty. I look at these type of women as traitors. They are part of the enemy within (Marxists/Socialists/Communists) and a very real threat to individual liberty.
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:29 PM
 
Location: in a cabin overlooking the mountains
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Scientology is not a "religion". It does however fit the profile of organized crime.

Next.
If Scientology is not a religion, why does the IRS give the Church tax-exempt status?

next
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:32 PM
 
Location: #
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The polls are meaningless until there is a GOP nominee. Women are not stupid. They will come to understand that no republican is opposed to birth control and that the issue has been a ploy by the MSM and the democrats. It takes time to get the truth past the MSM.
You have basically just stated that women are stupid and can't think for themselves.

Who do you work for? The GOP?
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