Stop federal funding for erections on demand
People who have a religious moral disagreement with abortion should not have to pay for it.
But I ask those who agree with me, including that brave moral giant, the Great Bart Stupak of Michigan to follow the logic of our beliefs to their glorious conclusion.
I am against subsidizing erection on demand. You have a consitutional right to an erection, but why should I forced to pay for it? All medications for these erections of convenience, which make immoral sex acts much easier, are covered by taxpayer dollars! Some people claim that it is a necessary treatment to a medical condition. But it meets all the criteria of an elected, not medically necessary treatment:
I have a treatment for you: Stop having sex, you fucking mimbos! And that treatment is free! I don’t have this so-called erectile dysfunction, so obviously it does not count as a real issue.
You may disagree, but I am simply following what my God, namely The Framed Painting Of An Old Fashioned Bathtub That The Guy I Am Subletting My Apartment From Thought Would Be Funny To Hang Above The Toilet, believes. You can believe what you want to believe, but I should not be forced to pay for things that conflict with my belief system, as interpreted by me and no one else.
I would like to mention more pearls of wisdom that as a person of faith, are more wisdomic and pearly than anything said by those who don’t agree with me.
I believe that members of the glibit and illegal community have a right to education. But why should I pay for it? I am okay with the concept of public education, don’t get me wrong. But Real Americans deserve it, because they are what make this country great. But if gays and illegals want an education, why can’t they pay for it? If there is a demand, there will be a supply. That’s the beauty of capitalism! Okay, the schools may be underfunded, but schools are typically funded by property taxes, and inner city schools are underfunded anyway! There is no change in the status quo. No rights are being taken away – education is not even mentioned in the constitution. It is a choice.
I know most people agree with me. The votes in Maine and California prove I am right (The vote in Washington does not prove anything at all). And the true centrist Max Baucus took out funding for illegals in his healthcare bill, which proved that Obama and his lead Obamabot, Queen Botox of San Fagcisco, attempted to put it in. Why would they cave if it were not true? Wouldn’t they have just stood their ground and spoke the truth, much as the Great Joe Wilson did? He did it in the chamber of the people, where Presidents have always been called out on their lies, except during the period 1789-2009.
Another moral giant in this cause is the Great Pete Sessions, who does not want to pay for the myriad problems of woman-americans. This makes him similar in most respects to the Great John Kyl of Arizona. In this exchange he was even heckled by a woman-american! I am surprised she managed to sneak onto the Senate floor.
I should mention in sadness that the Great Pete Sessions is one of the few out of these good men to be photgraphed engaging in this outstanding display of moral fiber. I am sure the others do as well, but they are too humble to tell the world about it. I certainly hope to reach that high standard of morality as often as I can.
I know I will get flamed, trolled and Hr’ed for this, but I am just telling it like it is. I am speaking for the silent moral majority whether you like it or not.
By the way, don’t even think of trying to threaten the Great Bart Stupak. He is a member of the spiritual haven C Street,
along with those other moral giants, the Great John Ensign, the great Chip Pickering, and the Great Mark Sanford. This makes him a deeply religious man, and obviously morally superior to you. But in addition to that, he won his district with only 65% of the vote. He is endangered, and can’t afford to vote any other way. As we all know, the only real majority is 80 percent. He needs to vote for conservative values to get re-elected, even if he did not believe in them. He would be even more endangered in a primary, and would suffer if godless socialests got together and funded a progressive challenger, or put any kind of pressure on his donors, which include trial lawyers and labor unions.
I am sure he does it for principled reasons, however, just like all pro-lifers are. All of us wish we we lived in a better society, where women are put in prison for having abortions, as anyone who contracted out the murder of a human life should:
"Jalisco’s penal code lists the punishment for induced abortion as follows: four to 12 months in prison for the mother provided she does not have a bad reputation; became pregnant through an illegitimate union; has managed to hide her pregnancy; and conducted her abortion during the first five months. Failing one of those requirements, her term doubles; failing two or more, it triples"
Anyone who does not admit this obviously does not believe that a fetus is a human life worth exactly the same as you or me, and has some kind of ulterior motive for claiming to oppose abortion and wishing to restrict abortion access.
I should also mention that political considerations forced a compromise exception for cases involving a danger to the mother’s life, rape, or incest. But it is consistent with his belief that the health of the mother does not matter. And you know what? John Mccain agrees.
This is an important point.
Jane Doe vs United States (2005) enlightens as to what will happen. This is the basic rule of the Glorious Hyde Amendment:
[N]one of the funds provided by this joint resolution shall be used to perform abortions except where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term; or except for such medical procedures necessary for the victims of rape or incest when such rape or incest has been reported promptly to a law enforcement agency or public health service.
I am not sure how the ‘promptly’ thing is defined with regards to ‘rape’. But if she is too scare because her significant other or father might beat her, she’ll probably wait too long. Score one for the good guys!
The statute under which CHAMPUS operates prohibits payment for abortions with one single exception — where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term…. Abortions performed for suspected or confirmed fetal abnormality (e.g., anencephalic) or for mental health reasons (e.g., threatened suicide) do not fall within the exceptions permitted within the language of the statute and are not authorized for payment under CHAMPUS.
Forcing a woman to give birth to a fetus which has a 67% chance of being stillborn, and only a 2% chance of survival after 7 agonizing days is pro-life, full of compassion, and family valued-ness.
But only poor women would be forced to give birth? Middle class women would get away with it, right? But there’s the rub!
By subsidizing the medical expenses of indigent women who carry their pregnancies to term while not subsidizing the comparable expenses of women who undergo abortions (except those whose lives are threatened), Congress has established incentives that make childbirth a more attractive alternative than abortion for persons eligible for Medicaid. These incentives bear a direct relationship to the legitimate congressional interest in protecting potential life.
One of those so called slippery slopes! This time it benefits us, unlike when Thurgood Marshall fought for civil rights. Having the Hyde Amendment, makes it easier to pass other regulations restricting abortion! Thank God those squishy liberals are so quick to compromise. Maybe they secretly agree with us! Maybe that’s why we are so successful in sneaking it through the back door and shoving it down their throats!
If he keeps his seat, next stop: Banning birth control! YEEEEEEAAAAAAARGH!