fox and sex

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    1. First time in a while were I fully agreed with Stewart.

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    2. Stewart beat the hell out of that tax payer strawman. No one claimed that tax money would be used to pay for anything. This is about the Government forcing religious organizations to pay for contraceptives and abortions which they disagree with on moral and religious grounds. You can disagree with their beliefs but you can’t disagree with their right to those beliefs. Freedom of religion is enumerated in the Constitution while the “right” to force someone else to pay for a service or product is so obviously unconstitutional that the fact that it is even up for debate is just sad.

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      • That’s the usual bullshit of assholes pushing socialist ideals: bend the facts and truth to make it looks like the other side is forcing it’s beliefs on people while brainwashing those people with their own beliefs and then crying to be allowed to force those same beliefs on those horrible intolerant *insert ultra clever play on word Republican here*s who were never trying to force anything on anyone anyway.

        cue links to biased media articles that sheep think combats this when they will support it.

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      • Wait, are the first two images not directly contrary to what you just said?

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        • No. Read it again. Slowly. Then read it again. Eventually you might get it but probably not. An opinion that’s been fed to you and burned into your brain can’t be changed by reality or sense. It’s why people like you refuse to accept how horrible the current president is.

          Go ahead and claim you didn’t mean to imply a stance on this or that the barrage of propaganda online and offline has nothing to do with it. Hell maybe even link to some equally polluted site by an equally brainwashed ‘editor’.

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      • Actually, what the woman was testifying about was the use of contraceptive pills to treat ovarian cysts – which is hardly unconstitutional. In fact, most people would consider treatment of ovarian cysts to be a logical service to be provided by a health insurance company, even one being retained by a religious organization.

        It’s the whole “paying for sex” issue that’s the strawman here, and Limbaugh was the one who pulled that one out.

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      • This “not in the constitution” argument is BS. The Constitution was written in 1787, it doesn’t mention cars, television, radio or the internet. It also doesn’t address Medical Insurance BECAUSE IT HADN’T EVEN BEEN DREAMED OF YET. The founding fathers may have been great guys, but they couldn’t see the future. Some things we will have to solve for ourselves.

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