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  •  You should have seen (6+ / 0-)

    the e-mail I wrote to Planned Parenthood (to whom I donate on a monthly basis), when I got an e-mail asking for donations the Monday after the bill passed.
    Why were pro-choice groups caught flat footed on this amendment?

    Save the Earth! It's the only one that has chocolate.

    by skohayes on Sat Nov 14, 2009 at 02:59:13 PM PST

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    •  Good for you (5+ / 0-)

      and I don't think Viagra and Cialis should be paid for with insurance money. Aren't all little sperms precious? Where is the FUCKING catholic church on this issue? I guess it is ok since they are in separate tubs.
      The hypocrisy on this issue is amazing
      But then I forgot, for the catholic church and the republicans, life begins at conception and ends at birth. I heard the Catholic Church will not help the homeless and the poor if DC continues it gay agenda. I was raised catholic and for a lesbian to go to confession to a pedophilic priest was just about to much for me. I had given it up way before then but oh the hypocrisy again.
      Jesus weeps.............if he was really who they say he was

      Congress passed tighter restrictions on abortions but the insurance pays for Viagra? How does that make sense

      by snoopydawg on Sat Nov 14, 2009 at 03:50:16 PM PST

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    •  Let's not forget NARAL which has (3+ / 0-)

      become villager extraordinaire.

      Co-op + Public Option = Co-option. Call your Represenative, Senator, and the White House to Demand Public Option

      by SuburbanGrrrl on Sat Nov 14, 2009 at 05:25:09 PM PST

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