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Old 02-10-2017, 02:34 PM   #31
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If that is true that tampons have a tax (they do) but Viagra does not (I don't know much about Viagra) then she has a point. I remember years ago reading that Medicaid wouldn't pay for birth control but paid for Viagra. Personally I would prefer they paid for birth control because I don't think you should have kids on medicaid. Viagra shouldn't be paid for by medicaid.
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Old 02-11-2017, 05:09 PM   #32
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If that is true that tampons have a tax (they do) but Viagra does not (I don't know much about Viagra) then she has a point. I remember years ago reading that Medicaid wouldn't pay for birth control but paid for Viagra. Personally I would prefer they paid for birth control because I don't think you should have kids on medicaid. Viagra shouldn't be paid for by medicaid.


Tampons are a commercial product and Viagra is a pharmaceutical drug only available by prescription. They have nothing in common but it's not surprising that the ignorant would equate the two to try to stir up a more ignorant crowd. And by the way, I think that people on welfare with two or more children should be sterilized or be thrown off welfare.
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I don't think Woman have to worry about Donald Trump. I seriously doubt that the many powerful Woman inside congress and outside, will allow him to impede their progress. At worst, I think any attempts made by Trump to trod on Woman's rights will either be vetoed, or at worst be a stalemate and will just linger, with nothing ever getting put into law. Woman are not weak anymore. Many are as strong as men, some even stronger and I believe they will be victorious.
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I don't think Woman have to worry about Donald Trump. I seriously doubt that the many powerful Woman inside congress and outside, will allow him to impede their progress. At worst, I think any attempts made by Trump to trod on Woman's rights will either be vetoed, or at worst be a stalemate and will just linger, with nothing ever getting put into law. Woman are not weak anymore. Many are as strong as men, some even stronger and I believe they will be victorious.




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Tampons are a commercial product and Viagra is a pharmaceutical drug only available by prescription. They have nothing in common but it's not surprising that the ignorant would equate the two to try to stir up a more ignorant crowd. And by the way, I think that people on welfare with two or more children should be sterilized or be thrown off welfare.

Well they are both medical products to some extent so I don't think tampons should be taxed. They are a need. Viagra is not. I would compare them to pills since both are only by prescription. Actually, I would rather pay for the pill because it prevents less kids. As for welfare, I actually agree with that but the problem is how to deal with it? Should they get birth control? I would prefer that they are abstinent but not always a reality.
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Well they are both medical products to some extent so I don't think tampons should be taxed. They are a need. Viagra is not. I would compare them to pills since both are only by prescription. Actually, I would rather pay for the pill because it prevents less kids. As for welfare, I actually agree with that but the problem is how to deal with it? Should they get birth control? I would prefer that they are abstinent but not always a reality.

I just told you how to deal with it. Sterilization. No more kids. That's it.
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I just told you how to deal with it. Sterilization. No more kids. That's it.


Good luck getting anti-abortion Conservatives to agree with you on that point. Hopefully you support Planned Parenthood and don't want to defund it.
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Good luck getting anti-abortion Conservatives to agree with you on that point. Hopefully you support Planned Parenthood and don't want to defund it.


Anti-abortion is not the same as anti-sterilization. Anti-abortion activists (which I am not one) object because they consider the fertilized egg a human being. Sterilization prevents that.

Planned Parenthood is a fraudulent organization. It claims to help poor women with pre-natal and post-natal when all it is is an abortion factory. I am not against abortion factories because I don't want more poor children in this world because they are a burden on society. My objection to planned parenthood is the same as my objection to Hillary. They claim to be for women when in reality they are only for themselves.
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They claim to be for women when in reality they are only for themselves.

Care to explain what you mean by Planned Parenthood only being in for themselves? Your attack on Clinton is accurate, but I don't see how it also applies to Planned Parenthood.
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Care to explain what you mean by Planned Parenthood only being in for themselves? Your attack on Clinton is accurate, but I don't see how it also applies to Planned Parenthood.


Planned Parenthood gets billions from federal funding for abortions. That pays for a lot of high priced executive salaries. If you saw the hidden interview tapes, they also sell body parts. If you doubt they live off the government and Medicaid, Google it and you'll see all the websites dedicated to protecting Planned Parenthood's government funding.
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I feel bad for Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer, he's going to have a tough job. I wonder how long he will last.

LOL, quoting my comment here from six months ago.

I figured Spicer wouldn't last long as press secretary, he didn't seem to be the type to handle that job very well. It isn't just Donald Trump, being press secretary for ANY president is a high pressure job, being hounded every day with questions by the media, having to maintain your composure and not slip up and say the wrong thing, very tough job. The woman replacing Spicer, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, seems to be a better fit for the job but time will tell. Six months from now or maybe even less and she might be gone too.
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