“"We don't consider it to be health care, but a lifestyle choice," said John Haas, president of the National Catholic Bioethics Center, a Philadelphia think tank whose work reflects church teachings. "We think there are other ways to avoid having children than by ingesting chemicals paid for by health insurance."
Give me a break, why does the Catholic Church even have a say in this issue. They don't pay taxes,which they should.
Why are so many against the pill or abortion, no one is forced to do either one.”
drbslurp on Oct 31, 2010 at 19:37:57
“They don't get 'a say in it' - they do get to speak about it - nobody has to follow it.
I'm not against either - but I shouldn't be forced to pay for it for other people.”
“yeah, right. What did they have to defend in Iraq? It wasn't for our safety.”
Radarman on Sep 23, 2010 at 23:40:57
“So true, as Obama said "I was a strong supporter of the war in Afghanistan." "I worried about a " U.S. occupation of undetermined length, at undetermined cost, with undetermined consequences"
Afghanistan is the good war the war we must win. Poppies are more profitable that oil.”
“In case you forgot, they have the right to protest any day of the year, today is not a special day and I wish Americans would get over it.”
04ever on Sep 21, 2010 at 20:18:56
“I didn't forget. They had every RIGHT to be there, and I have the RIGHT to think they are a$$holes. For the record, I support the building of the community center and if I were in New York I would be protesting along side it's supporter, just not on 9/11. I think it is tacky, and I, just like everyone else am entitled to my opinion.”