Letter - What will next mandate be?Can it get more disgusting than this administration forcing taxpayers to pay for women's birth control? This recent request was by law student Sandra Fluke to get such $3,000 free over three years at Georgetown University, a Catholic school.
To the editor:
Can it get more disgusting than this administration forcing taxpayers to pay for women's birth control? This recent request was by law student Sandra Fluke to get such $3,000 free over three years at Georgetown University, a Catholic school. Talk show host Ed Schultz had the gall to claim this wasn't about religious freedom but was about women's health while he ignored that Catholics are opposed to abortion and birth control. Democrats even ridiculously claim pregnancy is a danger to women's health. What about the dangers of birth control pills and studies showing they cause breast cancer?
We have far more important things to be concerned about! Our economy is in shambles. We must borrow 42 cents of every dollar we spend and 47 percent of Americans pay no income tax. Gas prices have increased from $1.84 to $3.88 since this man's inauguration and he refuses to do a thing about it, including the Keystone Pipeline. There are 2 million fewer jobs available since he took over. He wants backdoor amnesty and it cost taxpayers about $7.7 billion to educate 1.5 million illegal school-age aliens residing in the U.S. last year. Democrats fight against voter ID cards so illegals can continue to vote for them. In some hospitals, two-thirds of operating costs are for uncompensated care of illegals, which is estimated at more than $1 billion yearly. This administration wants hard-working taxpayers to keep paying these outrageous costs, which will get much worse with Obamacare.
Most important of all is that this insurance mandate is entirely unconstitutional and we must get back to obeying the Constitution.
What's next? Liberals are even working to take rights away from landowners, which has already happened.
Anyone not wanting a baby better refrain from sex or pay for her own birth control, too.
IngaMae B. Urke