Government is going to require nearly every employer health care plan to cover abortificient birth control and anti-pregnancy counseling. Even if the employer objects on religious grounds. Yay government! <that is sarcasm>
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- Steve, I honestly don't understand your syntax. Perhaps the "discussion" has become too convoluted at this point to follow what you're saying or addressing.Aug 2, 2011
- Hey maybe they could get my insurance to cover EKGs for starters? That would be more useful to me.Aug 2, 2011
- I typed a big response and lost it all :( Blame Obamacare and get it repealed. Otherwise, <shrug>, majority rules.
And I know that pisses you off, but I have dealt with that kind of answer for things the government has done that I found highly morally objectionable for the last 10 years. Can't say I like that answer either.Aug 2, 2011
- Do you find it morally objectionable that they cover birth control?Aug 2, 2011
- Just that since nobody can agree that maybe it would be better to keep the entire thing out of public hands.Aug 2, 2011
- Health insurance companies are much better off to pay for birth control then to find themselves paying for prenatal care and a child. Especially an unwanted child where the prenatal or preventive care is minimal or the financial ability to raise the child is in question.
On the other end of the spectrum- there are times that I believe that family counseling should absolutely be paid for by medical insurance. It's a far superior than watching a family deteriorate or individuals personal health fall apart because of the problems within the family. That's never been on the table though.Aug 6, 2011