Proposed HHS Rule Broadens Definition of Abortion to Include Oral Contraception, IUDs

Wow. I thought this was going to take MUCH longer. Looks like all those crazy feminists were right.

Maybe this is an opportunity for McCain to distance himself from the Bush administration — “I respectfully disagree with the deep right’s desire to bust us back to 1960.”



Draws. Sweats. Eats too much sugar-free candy.

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2 Responses

  1. Tory says:


    I just don’t get it. If the anti-contraceptive set were really anti-abortion (in all imaginable forms) instead of anti-female (as in, against recognizing women as having the same value and powers of self-determination as men), then why isn’t Persona available in the United States AT ALL? Jeepus — if it were a male enhancement drug with a 94% efficacy rating it would be sold in VENDING MACHINES.


    I am aware that 94% efficacy for contraception is not that great. However, if we had our own kabillion-dollar pharmaceutical industry on this hunt, I am convinced the US could make the rhythm method THE JAM. Unfortch that requires a lot of female empowerment. Ewww empowerment.

  2. Your Anomalous Fan says:

    You’re just a woman, right? You don’t actually think you have dominion over your own body, do you?

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