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polmaven Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-13-09 06:33 AM
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20. Well,'s a good thing
Edited on Mon Jul-13-09 06:34 AM by polmaven
that you will never need to have one. It is pretty easy to support removing a medical procedure from a health care bill when you are absolutely sure you will never need it to be there, huh?
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  -Removing abortion from the Health Care Bill is discriminatory........this medical secondwind  Jul-12-09 08:08 AM   #0 
  - Not slowly but I agree with the rest. n/t  Greyhound   Jul-12-09 09:18 AM   #1 
  - Holy crapoli! What an amazing flow of logic:  Buzz Clik   Jul-12-09 09:23 AM   #2 
  - try not to dwell on the op's perhaps imprecise phrasing  unblock   Jul-12-09 01:31 PM   #7 
  - If abortion is the only thing stopping a good public option, I'm sorry but I support its removal.  GarbagemanLB   Jul-12-09 10:17 AM   #3 
  - Just a red herring.  kiva   Jul-12-09 11:15 AM   #4 
  - Twice as right  kenfrequed   Jul-13-09 09:58 AM   #29 
  - abortion is a medical procedure  noiretextatique   Jul-12-09 12:48 PM   #5 
  - Plastic surgery  Thothmes   Jul-12-09 06:39 PM   #12 
  - I just love it. So who determines the medical necessity of boner pills? This oughtta be good.  Justitia   Jul-13-09 12:18 AM   #16 
     - That is what a physician is for.  Thothmes   Jul-13-09 05:03 AM   #19 
     - the same applies to abortion eom  noiretextatique   Jul-13-09 02:40 PM   #31 
        - I agree, if there is a medical reason for an abortion  Thothmes   Jul-13-09 03:06 PM   #33 
           - how does one "prove" rape?  noiretextatique   Jul-13-09 03:19 PM   #34 
              - That is a discussion for the patient and her physician  Thothmes   Jul-13-09 07:21 PM   #35 
                 - YOU say boner pills are medically warranted. What if I disagree? An erection is a medical need?  Justitia   Jul-14-09 12:18 AM   #38 
                 - I did not say that they were warrented.  Thothmes   Jul-14-09 04:53 AM   #39 
                    - uh, they already are - the plethora of abortion restrictions are evidence of that. -eom  Justitia   Jul-14-09 11:21 AM   #48 
                    - There was a time when doctors made decisions for pregnant women. It sucked then and would suck now.  Iris   Jul-14-09 02:36 PM   #62 
                 - oh please stop it  noiretextatique   Jul-14-09 04:33 PM   #72 
     - every man has a right to an erection  noiretextatique   Jul-13-09 02:42 PM   #32 
  - Do you believe allowing abortion coverage is more important than, for instance, cancer treatments?  guruoo   Jul-14-09 01:48 PM   #54 
     - Why pit one against the other?  Lars39   Jul-14-09 02:05 PM   #56 
        - 1. Non Sequitur. 2.False comparison  guruoo   Jul-14-09 02:41 PM   #65 
           - More like been there and done it.  Lars39   Jul-14-09 02:49 PM   #66 
              - Mom  guruoo   Jul-14-09 03:21 PM   #70 
  - Nice of you to sacrifice someone else's rights.  immoderate   Jul-12-09 01:14 PM   #6 
  - I'd be willing to pay my own way on that if it would assure single payer passage  guruoo   Jul-14-09 01:55 PM   #55 
  - Well,'s a good thing  polmaven   Jul-13-09 06:33 AM   #20 
  - You have yet to explain how it is NOT an elective procedure  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 08:11 AM   #41 
     - It is a MEDICAL procedure...  polmaven   Jul-14-09 09:05 AM   #42 
     - Is plastic surgery a medical procedure?  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 10:26 AM   #44 
        - So you are now comparing plastic surgery  polmaven   Jul-14-09 10:51 AM   #47 
           - You are not reading my posts  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 12:01 PM   #50 
              - Let me guess: you're a guy. You really have no say on the matter of a woman's abortion.  chimpymustgo   Jul-14-09 02:50 PM   #67 
                 - Therein lies the one drawback with government healthcare  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 03:20 PM   #69 
     - All pregnancies and childbirth runs the risk of death.  Lars39   Jul-14-09 10:28 AM   #45 
        - As do all abortions  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 12:45 PM   #51 
           - The risk for death or permanent injury during pregnancy and childbirth  Lars39   Jul-14-09 12:59 PM   #52 
              - I provided provided none  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 01:21 PM   #53 
                 - You are bogged down in "it's a personal choice".  Lars39   Jul-14-09 02:17 PM   #58 
                    - What other elective procedures do we allow because people want it?  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 02:40 PM   #64 
                       - When every single pregnancy and delivery can kill you or maim you for life,  Lars39   Jul-14-09 02:51 PM   #68 
                          - EVERY single cut (no matter how small) can kill you or maim you  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 03:25 PM   #71 
                             - Sorry, not even comparable.  Lars39   Jul-14-09 05:17 PM   #73 
                                - I am simply using your logic.  joeglow3   Jul-14-09 10:58 PM   #75 
  - Sorry, but may I ask that you clarify your statement...  colinmom71   Jul-14-09 11:25 AM   #49 
  - Nice of you to throw women's rights under the bus...  winyanstaz   Jul-14-09 02:16 PM   #57 
  - Under Clinton, female Federal employees could use their health nsurance to pay for abortions.  solstice   Jul-12-09 02:13 PM   #8 
  - But, but, but....  polmaven   Jul-13-09 06:37 AM   #21 
  - "office of unborn children's health" - has this actually received traction?  Iris   Jul-12-09 05:10 PM   #9 
  - If they were truly concerned about the health of "unborn children"  dflprincess   Jul-12-09 09:12 PM   #13 
  - Yeah, I haven't heard of it either....  polmaven   Jul-13-09 06:40 AM   #22 
  - No, not formed.  kimmylavin   Jul-14-09 02:26 PM   #59 
  - Abortion is part of women's health care.  premiumblend   Jul-12-09 05:11 PM   #10 
  - The thought of abortion just sickens me BUT it needs to be  hedgehog   Jul-12-09 05:42 PM   #11 
  - Exactly!  polmaven   Jul-13-09 06:45 AM   #23 
  - If this is the case then let congress remove abortion funding.  donheld   Jul-12-09 10:24 PM   #14 
  - Won't happen  DatManFromNawlins   Jul-13-09 08:54 PM   #36 
  - I am so tired of mostly old white guys deciding on women's health issues.  glowing   Jul-13-09 12:05 AM   #15 
  - Barring legislation otherwise, would the Hyde Amendment presumably preclude federal funds  tritsofme   Jul-13-09 12:18 AM   #17 
  - Breast implants.  boppers   Jul-13-09 12:34 AM   #18 
  - Let me guess - Viagra would be free. nt  polichick   Jul-13-09 06:54 AM   #24 
  - Should be if prescribed by a physician for  Thothmes   Jul-13-09 07:00 AM   #26 
     - Right now, insurance companies are more likely to cover Viagra than birth control...  polichick   Jul-13-09 09:36 AM   #28 
        - Depends on the Democrats in Congress  Thothmes   Jul-13-09 02:28 PM   #30 
  - How about "Office of Invisible Brains".. headed by a republican  SoCalDem   Jul-13-09 06:59 AM   #25 
  - So does this mean I have to save my semen...  crimsonblue   Jul-13-09 09:31 AM   #27 
  - Did anyone see the health debate today? It was being discussed. n/t  vaberella   Jul-13-09 08:57 PM   #37 
  - You'd think women had abortions because it's a fun thing to do.  Vinca   Jul-14-09 06:49 AM   #40 
  - Abortion would not only be covered,  polmaven   Jul-14-09 09:13 AM   #43 
     - It would come in cereal boxes.  kimmylavin   Jul-14-09 02:31 PM   #60 
  - No, it isn't. It's a reflection of how large a country this is, and the fact  redqueen   Jul-14-09 10:37 AM   #46 
  - The individual states' laws were discriminatory.  kimmylavin   Jul-14-09 02:34 PM   #61 
  - pity the woman who lives in a state that considers her life worth less than that of a fetus  Iris   Jul-14-09 02:38 PM   #63 
  - I think they will probably address it in another form they need some ad campaigns to explain a lot..  GivePeaceAchance   Jul-14-09 05:48 PM   #74 

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