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  •  But the employer (0+ / 0-)

    does not wish to provide that compensation. And in that compensation there is money that goes from the employer and never passes through the hands of the employee that buy birth control.

    That is different than taking money that you have earned, that is now your property and buying them.

    The employer wants the freedom to choose the sort of compensation it offers. You want to take that choice away from them. So much for Pro-Choice.

    •  You're splitting hairs and you know it. (1+ / 0-)
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      I think you know you have no case here and you're just desperately clinging to your antiquated and outrageous beliefs.  It was entertaining at first, now it just seems pathetic and out of place.

    •  Also, we've re-named the Pro-Choice mvmt... (2+ / 0-)
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      it's been offically crowned the Anti-Choice movement, because in the end, you really just want to remove all choices from a women's life.  Religious extremists and anti-choicers (I know, redundant) want women to live exactly according to THEIR beliefs.  Forget what a women wants from her life, they just need her to either procreate or be celibate.

      That's fine if that's how the extremist, anti-choicers want to live their lives, but imposing that belief system on everyone, especially people that do not follow your antiquated brand of religion is a violation of that woman's right to religious freedom.  Read - everyone has a right to religious freedom, NOT everyone has a right to conform to your present ideas that remove all choice from a woman's life.

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