Soon they will be starting to make decisions about what kind of care will be covered 100% by insurance companies and birth control will be a sticky issue. Should birth control pills be free? What about all other methods of birth control? Should they all be free?
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Answer by yourspecialkid at 10:03 PM on Oct. 31, 2010
Birth control is not a right, and birth is easily controlled by keeping your pants on?
Maybe instead of offering free birth control, which could help prevent a great number of unwanted pregnancies, they should just offer some really good advice like that. It seemed to have worked well for Palin's kid, as well as so many others. . .
We could start a new and effective campaign á la Nancy Reagan--"Just Abstain from Pre-marital Sex". Catchy, isn't it? I mean, just look at how successful "Just Say 'No' to Drugs" was in this nation! We certainly are ones for self-control, aren't we? No issues with drugs, over-eating, addictions. . . "Just Abstain" should do the trick!
Answer by jsbenkert at 10:28 PM on Oct. 31, 2010