Discussion in 'Congress' started by Luddly Neddite, Jul 17, 2012.
LOL. Jesus said there would days like this.
And whatever the answers may or may not be, it is not governments place to interfere with a womans decision-making concerning having children, regardless how capricious or irresponsible her critics may perceive her to be.
So why does the government continue to fund PP and NARAL with our taxes???
1/3 of PP and NARAL"S billion dollar budget is our money. You OK with that?
It's the same argument used to kill off the old, sick and weak.
Unfortunately when you give control to the government instead of controlling yourself it is no longer your choice.
You have your wish starting August 1st with Obamacare...
S. 1437: Communities of Color Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Act of 2011. 112th Congress, 20112012 .
" (b) Priority- In awarding grants under this section,the Secretary shall give priority to applicants proposing to carry out campaigns developed for racial or ethnic minority or immigrant communities
(i) racial and ethnic group, including Hispanic,Asian, African-American,Pacific Islander,American Indian,and Alaskan Native;
`(ii) socioeconomic status, taking into account income of the family and education attainment;"
The HHS regulation, which takes effect on Aug. 1, requires nearly all health care plans in the United States (including non-profit religious ) to provide, without cost sharing, all Food and Drug Administration approved contraceptive methods, sterilization procedures, and patient education and counseling for all women with reproductive capacity, which means all women who have begun ovulating, including teenagers.
This is a federal law that can , and is being implemented in school clinics without knowledge or consent from the parents.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that $155 million in teen pregnancy prevention grants are being awarded to states, non-profit organizations, school districts, universities, and others. And 95 million to upgrade and expand school medical clinics.
I'm sure it will proud day for you when you teen comes home from school to inform you that they have been sterilized.
Reproductive health includes the whole range of health services consisting of HEALTH, to STD screening, TO pap smears, TO the inability TO reproduce and the full range of fixes for that, TO menopausal issues, and ALSO well baby care. The reason all and every measure of reproductive heath are not coovered in the discussion of reproductive health is because of the clients that PP serve.
People who control the number of their children live longer, have families with more possibilities because the parents can take care of the ones they have, and THAT doesn't feed the low wage labor platform that props up the % of the population that doesn't NEED planned parenthood for their reproductive health services, but who DO need the overpopulation produced by the lack of reproductive health services for the low wage labor platforms produced by it in oder to to prop up their stock portfolios via low wage labor.
Fuck you, an fuck you all.
So are you pretending we must have abortion in order to access all that other stuff?
Yes, I imagine you are.
"Allow abortion or no reproductive health care for YOU!"
Read the bill. It's to a "pregnancy prevention plan" and there is a separate one that specificly targets minority and low income families. It's really nothing new. The government did the same thing years ago in 1849
Gordon Lincecum, a famed Texas biologist and physician, proposes a bill mandating the eugenic sterilization of the mentally handicapped and others whose genes he deems undesirable. Although the legislation is never sponsored or brought up for a vote, it represents the first serious attempt in U.S. history to use forced sterilization for eugenic purposes. Enter "maafa21" in your web browser.
^^^Currently out of rep, will catch you on the flip side.
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