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  1. Troy
    February 15th, 2012 at 11:06 | #1

    You have confused a war on your religion with not always getting everything you want.

    It’s odd that the Catholic hierarchy is choosing this hill to die on.

    War on Iraq and capital punishment are OK, but contraception?

    Then again, they probably see that this is on the slope to not being able to block elective abortions, too.

    Birth control is cheaper than pregnancy & delivery, which is why insurance companies pay for it willingly. Same economic logic applies to abortion.

  2. Luis
    February 15th, 2012 at 11:15 | #2

    You have confused a war on your religion with not always getting everything you want.
    Yes, I saw that. I did not quote it because it is, virtually word for word, what I have written on this blog many times. Good to hear others recognizing the same thing.

    Maybe it was just an accident, but I do agree with those who suspect that it was bait intentionally dangled by Obama to get the religious right, and the Republican party with it, to run after something which, while it might mobilize the base, could also shift a huge segment of the population against them, get independents to move away from their candidates, galvanize the left as much as the right, and undermine their political positions. That the Republican party is now as lockstep as the apocryphal lemming herd, they may very well run right off a cliff. Not that their chances were good otherwise.

    I also wonder–was this move a specific White House reaction to the Santorum Surge?

  3. Jon
    February 15th, 2012 at 16:08 | #3

    Question:
    Do you seriously see refusing to pay for something someone else wants as being the same as denying access to it?

    The Catholics are not trying to ban contraception from those who want it. They just don’t believe they should have to pay for it. Or am I misunderstanding? SOMEONE pays for a ‘free’ benefit. If it’s not the employee, it is the employer.

    Your example of the atheists seems to fail here. I am an atheist as much as I am anything; no one has ever expected me to pay for Catholics religious rites.

    Presumably this looks very different to you, but I must say I do not understand. It seems like ‘won’t pay for’ has become equal to ‘denies access to’ for many people.

  4. Troy
    February 15th, 2012 at 19:21 | #4

    The Catholics are not trying to ban contraception from those who want it.

    yes they are.

    Contraception is cheaper than pregnancy, so “Catholics” are not being forced to “pay for it” in this particular case.

    And in general, the “paying for” thing is just a political gambit to ‘spit the dummy’ and whine that their intolerance is not being tolerated.

    In society we are forced to pay for things we morally disagree with. Stuff like blowing American citizens up overseas, our horrendous prison system, etc.

    Extending this hoped-for religious-based liberty to other insurance plans in other contexts, like islamic-associated corporations only covering Shariah-compliant policy, exposes this protest as the very rank bullshit it is.

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