Friday, March 16, 2012

Because who knows more about birth control

Than those who are supposed to be celibate?
As part of their intensely focused effort to repeal the Obama administration's new contraception coverage policy, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops released a manifesto of sorts on Wednesday, in which they assert that birth control is "ubiquitous and inexpensive."
It is?

Well, sure if you get it as part of the health insurance you pay premiums for it can usually be rather manageable...

oh, right...
"The Bishops have doubled-down on demands allowing employers to deny women coverage for contraception based on the employer's, not the woman's, personal beliefs," said ACLU policy counsel Sarah Lipton-Lubet.
Because what really denotes freedom more than having a decision about your life made by someone else, especially your boss?

U-S-A! or something.

[cross-posted at Firedoglake]


StonyPillow said...

The cardinals are feeling their oats. Hide the women, children, and livestock.

pansypoo said...

i think a tape of crying babies must be played 24/7 in churches and the vatican and wherever a priest is. implanted on their head.

pansypoo said...

and they can get in the diaper business.