WTF.. Free sterilizations now for college students

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    It's not a terrible idea. In fact, I would support the government offering women money to get sterilized. It would be much cheaper than 18 years of free healthcare, foodstamps, and education for their children.
     
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    It' a possible CHOICE......finally....Pub dupes!!
     
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    Yes, Nazis liked it too, and offered it as a "choice" to the Poles.
     
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    Before they removed the "choice" part, of course.
     
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    And why do you want the government in your bedroom?
     
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    Why should one legal medical procedure, test or drug be covered by insurance and not another? That shouldn't in any way be the decision of an employer or anyone else, except the patient and their doctor. The "free" part is a red herring. Most of the procedures in questions are part of paid-for insurance plans.
     
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    I have long advocated paying people of breeding age for voluntary sterilization.

    It's a good free-market approach to a social problem we share.
     

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