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(Salon)   Missouri Republican decides that the best way to keep his daughter off of birth control is C) sue the federal government for allowing it to exist in the first place   (salon.com) divider line 83
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2013-08-15 01:56:32 PM
7 votes:
Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.
2013-08-15 01:54:14 PM
7 votes:
Changing federal laws to conform to your personal beliefs seems just like the type of small government solution this country is sorely lacking.
2013-08-15 03:15:42 PM
6 votes:
i.imgur.com
jbc [TotalFark]
2013-08-15 02:05:05 PM
5 votes:
"According to a report from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Wieland had been able to opt out of contraceptive coverage in previous years but was recently notified that it had become a requirement in the state plan, which he qualifies for as a member of the Legislature. "

Then opt out of being in the Legislature. You're not doing anybody any good there anyway.
2013-08-15 01:44:58 PM
5 votes:
"I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance,"

I see grandstanding, fat-assed, attention whore politicians who care more about their own bank accounts than their constituents or their country as "intrinsically evil."  What options do you recommend for me, Mr. Wieland?
2013-08-15 02:35:30 PM
4 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: [www.wielandnow.com image 500x333]


I'll take the one in the blue, please.

does he know that some women take birth control for other health reasons?  why does he want to deny women medication that may prevent some serious afflciton?

Wait, that's right, he's a Republican.  He could give less of a shiat about women's health concerns.
2013-08-15 02:02:47 PM
4 votes:
Christ what an asshole
2013-08-15 01:35:36 PM
4 votes:
Apparently, he doesn't know that just because you have insurance coverage on something doesn't mean you have to use it.  I bet he crashes his car every time he gets in it.
2013-08-15 03:13:19 PM
3 votes:
"I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance. "


Interesting, this is from his health insurance carrier.

"Coverage for contraceptives either at no charge or at the same level of deductible, coinsurance or copayment as any other drug. Contraceptives are defined as prescription drugs and devices approved by the FDA for use as a contraceptive. Coverage is not required for drugs and devices that are intended to induce abortion."
~Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan.


A republican Lying?
2013-08-15 03:05:25 PM
3 votes:
He's such a devout catholic that he's never used a contraceptive and only has 3 kids.  Riiiiiiiight
2013-08-15 02:43:14 PM
3 votes:
I lived through 1974 once.  Why do we have to keep doing this?
2013-08-15 02:36:02 PM
3 votes:
Hey Honey it's Daddy. Just wanted to let you know I am going to talking about your vajayjay on the news for political gain.
2013-08-15 02:21:45 PM
3 votes:

Diogenes: James!: It's all fun and games until one of his girls gets teen pregnant.

People with money can always find a safe way to take care of Bitsy's little woopsie.


We ought to help these religious folks out.

"Sorry Maybeth, it says here that you're registered as a catholic.  Looks like you're going to have that baby."
2013-08-15 02:17:43 PM
3 votes:
I'm "forced" to pay for his boner pills, but you don't hear me biatching about it.
2013-08-15 02:13:13 PM
3 votes:
So, do they force him to buy contraceptive pills? When I was single, my insurance had coverage sections for pregnancy and birth. That didn't force me to grow a set of ovaries and a uterus, I simply didn't use that coverage.

How farking hard is it to just not buy something you don't like anyhow?
2013-08-15 01:58:25 PM
3 votes:
"I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance," Wieland remarked. "This is a moral conundrum for me. Do I just cancel the coverage and put my family at risk? I don't believe in what the government is doing."

The party of personal responsibility through and through.
2013-08-15 04:59:43 PM
2 votes:

Zeb Hesselgresser: dr_blasto: So, do they force him to buy contraceptive pills? When I was single, my insurance had coverage sections for pregnancy and birth. That didn't force me to grow a set of ovaries and a uterus, I simply didn't use that coverage.

How farking hard is it to just not buy something you don't like anyhow?

So you don't understand what coverage mandates are?


I wasn't aware that coverage mandates forced you to use said coverage, no.
2013-08-15 04:29:59 PM
2 votes:

red5ish: Remember the folks that tried to outlaw circumcising babies? This guy is sort of like that.


Um no. Not the same.
2013-08-15 04:28:26 PM
2 votes:

red5ish: Remember the folks that tried to outlaw circumcising babies? This guy is sort of like that.


This guy doesn't want his daughters to have birth control, because of religion.

The people who want to outlaw infant circumcision want to prevent babies from having their dicks farked around with as a result of their parents' religion.

The two aren't nearly the same.
2013-08-15 03:14:19 PM
2 votes:

Zeb Hesselgresser: So you don't understand what coverage mandates are?


Hmmm...

FTFA: A Missouri Republican has asked a federal court to exempt his family from contraception coverage through the state insurance plan, explaining that he doesn't want his three daughters to have access to no-cost birth control because it violates his Catholic faith...."I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance," Wieland remarked. "This is a moral conundrum for me. Do I just cancel the coverage and put my family at risk? I don't believe in what the government is doing."

Apart from the fact he doesn't know the difference between contraception and abortion---If he's suing to have the entire mandate removed for all familes because he doesn't want to subsidize it, that at least makes a kind of sense---but if he's suing only for a personal exemption, he just wants coverage nullified for his family. But coverage doesn't imply usage (as others have pointed out), and his family's usage habits won't change anyway. So what does the mandate have to do with it at all? He could just cancel the coverage and buy his own Catholic-approved insurance, like other people sometimes do.
2013-08-15 03:09:56 PM
2 votes:

SpectroBoy: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

If you are having sex outside of wedlock you are not a good catholic. Sorry to break it to you. the church is pretty clear on this point.

Catholicism defines chastity as the virtue that moderates the sexual appetite. Unmarried Catholics express chastity through. Sexual intercourse within marriage is considered chaste when it retains the twofold significance of union and procreation.

The pope(s) have spoken explicitly on this multiples times.

Or do you pick and choose which rules you follow?


Every single Christian does, either explicitly or without realizing it by engaging in mental gymnastics in order to say "that one doesn't apply anymore".
2013-08-15 03:09:01 PM
2 votes:
I had a weird conversation with an older coworker. Now with Obamacare, his daughter can stay on his health insurance, which is quite good, until she's 26, and because he has other children still in highschool and is on a family plan, she's essentially automatically covered, but he wants to kick her off his health insurance because she's getting married and he thinks that her fiance/husband should now start taking care of her. Even though it costs nothing additional to him to keep her on his plan, would give her better coverage, and help them out financially. He and I get along real well most of the time, but I thought this was really just mean.

I don't really get the mindset of a lot of people when it comes to some things.
2013-08-15 02:51:24 PM
2 votes:

Soup4Bonnie: Because abortion inducing and contraception are the exact same thing.


I think you have to follow his faulty logic to understand what he is saying, well that and make several assumptions of course.

Plan B is* an abortion in a pill.
Plan B is a high dose of the medication in some BCPs.
So BCPs are abortion pills.


*that is what asshats like this believe about Plan B
2013-08-15 02:51:20 PM
2 votes:
How is that War on Women working out for you, Repubs?
2013-08-15 02:47:58 PM
2 votes:
So, changing the law to force your beliefs on everyone is a good thing? That is intrinsically evil.
2013-08-15 02:45:05 PM
2 votes:
What a farking crybaby.

And the perfect example of RW'ers everywhere: stupid, retarded, emotionally-stunted whiners.
2013-08-15 02:16:09 PM
2 votes:

James!: It's all fun and games until one of his girls gets teen pregnant.


People with money can always find a safe way to take care of Bitsy's little woopsie.
2013-08-15 02:14:42 PM
2 votes:
It's all fun and games until one of his girls gets teen pregnant.
2013-08-15 02:07:25 PM
2 votes:
If his daughters are of legal age, they would do well to be extremely interested in this sack of shiat's lawsuit since he is effectively depriving them of their choice due to his personal religious beliefs.
2013-08-15 02:04:29 PM
2 votes:

RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.


Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.
2013-08-15 01:33:50 PM
2 votes:
Can I countersue him for allowing himself to exist?
2013-08-15 01:31:31 PM
2 votes:
Can the court direct bill the people of his district for the costs incurred by his asshattery?
2013-08-16 10:47:43 AM
1 votes:
Look at me, I'm an attention whore.
2013-08-15 06:01:47 PM
1 votes:

FloydA: "I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance,"

I see grandstanding, fat-assed, attention whore politicians who care more about their own bank accounts than their constituents or their country as "intrinsically evil."  What options do you recommend for me, Mr. Wieland?


This actually is a great quote. I've never understood the anti-abortion crowd's hatred of contraception, but apparently if this guy is representative of the group as a whole they just don't understand how contraception works. They think that contraceptives terminate pregnancies. It's all so clear now... they not contradictory, they're just stupid.

/or both
2013-08-15 05:19:42 PM
1 votes:
"I see abortion-inducing drugs life ending guns as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance gun control laws. This is a moral conundrum for me. Do I just cancel the coverage let the NRA write the legislation and put my family at risk? I don't believe in what the government is doing."

If a Democrat put a passage together like this, how loud would this guy be yelling?
2013-08-15 05:12:52 PM
1 votes:
Insecure, much? If you brainwashed, er, instilled your values into your children they won't use teh ebil contraception anyway. But heaven forbid your daughters develop minds of their own and take control of their own bodies.
2013-08-15 05:09:46 PM
1 votes:

MadHatter500: PsiChick: Hey, asshole, stop foisting your beliefs on your daughters. If you raised them right, they'll be able to make responsible decisions. Maybe you won't agree with them, but  you do not own your children's minds, so STFU.

And if they're underage, what the unholy fark are you complaining about? They can't get it without your permission anyway.

He's attempting the same magic incantation "Sovereign Citizens" try to get out of paying taxes by intentionally misunderstanding something.  Since the US government can't establish a religion, he'll claim something is against his religion therefore the government must not mandate it.  This is completely fantastical thinking, as the first amendment does not confer supremacy of religious dictates, and in fact makes any such arguments preposterous.  But it plays well with the dumbs in his district, so off he derps.

No established religion means religion has no place, no standing, not primacy in government regulations.

Unfortunately you can't outlaw stupidity - we'd all be in jail for various reasons.


You cannot outlaw stupidity, but we should consider helping stupid people by putting them in camps where they can concentrate on the hard work of not being stupid. Concentrating camps for short.
2013-08-15 05:07:09 PM
1 votes:
Stupid to that degree should be fatal.  If you don't agree with birth control, then don't use that part of your insurance coverage.  Seems like an easy solution, but we are talking about a Republican, here....I'm surprised he can wipe his own ass without poking out an eye.
2013-08-15 05:05:12 PM
1 votes:

PsiChick: Hey, asshole, stop foisting your beliefs on your daughters. If you raised them right, they'll be able to make responsible decisions. Maybe you won't agree with them, but  you do not own your children's minds, so STFU.

And if they're underage, what the unholy fark are you complaining about? They can't get it without your permission anyway.


He's attempting the same magic incantation "Sovereign Citizens" try to get out of paying taxes by intentionally misunderstanding something.  Since the US government can't establish a religion, he'll claim something is against his religion therefore the government must not mandate it.  This is completely fantastical thinking, as the first amendment does not confer supremacy of religious dictates, and in fact makes any such arguments preposterous.  But it plays well with the dumbs in his district, so off he derps.

No established religion means religion has no place, no standing, not primacy in government regulations.

Unfortunately you can't outlaw stupidity - we'd all be in jail for various reasons.
2013-08-15 05:03:20 PM
1 votes:

spongeboob: RodneyToady: red5ish: Remember the folks that tried to outlaw circumcising babies? This guy is sort of like that.

This guy doesn't want his daughters to have birth control, because of religion.

The people who want to outlaw infant circumcision want to prevent babies from having their dicks farked around with as a result of their parents' religion.

The two aren't nearly the same.

I guess we know where you come down on that issue.


On the side of reason, apparently.
2013-08-15 05:00:44 PM
1 votes:
Another example of the need for retroactive birth control.
2013-08-15 04:37:42 PM
1 votes:
"I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance," Wieland remarked. "This is a moral conundrum for me. Do I just cancel the coverage and put my family at risk? I don't believe in what the government is doing."

THEN DON'T FARKING USE THAT PART OF YOUR FARKING INSURANCE, YOU FAT, RETARDED ASSHOLE!


There is absolutely NOTHING in Obamacare that states that you HAVE to use any part of your farking insurance, you stupid farking loon.

/Did I remember to say 'Farking'?
2013-08-15 04:34:55 PM
1 votes:

give me doughnuts: That dude spends way too much time thinking about his daughters having sex.


And now he has a bunch of Farkers thinking about his daughters having sex.
2013-08-15 04:24:34 PM
1 votes:
I know it's been said a hundred times already but....

THEY DON'T HAVE TO TAKE IT, YOU 'TARD! Insurance just has to cover it if people WANT to take it!

Motherfarker, you'd think UN Jackboots were breaking into houses at night and forcing it down the throats of all women in the house, while their husbands/fathers could only screamin agony as they are forced to watch.
2013-08-15 04:13:27 PM
1 votes:
diagoras.files.wordpress.com
2013-08-15 04:05:47 PM
1 votes:
It is interesting how virtually all US "Christians" have forgotten about free will and how God gave us free will and their constant attempts to crush all aspects of free will means that they hate free will; therefore they hate God.

Perhaps all Missouri Christians are actually closet Satan worshipers.  I know my sister and here husband are.

Given how fat that guy is, he certainly is a big fan of gluttony.
2013-08-15 04:05:17 PM
1 votes:

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Someone should explain to him that, despite what his wife and daughters told him, women are not required to take birth control.


I don't think this guy thinks that far ahead. He has visions of his daughters dancing on a stripper pole or dressed up as a lesbian dominatrix and his brain melted down. Now he has to stop the entire world and make everyone conform to his religious views because he can't handle someone doing something he doesn't like.
2013-08-15 04:02:06 PM
1 votes:
Someone should explain to him that, despite what his wife and daughters told him, women are not required to take birth control.
2013-08-15 03:59:22 PM
1 votes:

ManateeGag: namatad: "A Missouri Republican has asked a federal court to exempt his family from contraception coverage through the state insurance plan, explaining that he doesn't want his three daughters to have access to no-cost birth control because it violates his Catholic faith."

Hey fatass
1) were you a virgin when you got married? if not, STFU
2) was your wife a virgin when you got married? if not, STFU!
3) oh wait, you only have three daughters?? isnt birth control illegal for roman catholics?!!!!
4) hint, your daughters will be having sex before they get married. count on it.

what if one of his daughters had to be prescribed  birth control to regulate her lady parts so she could A) have children in the future or B) prevent her from getting something like an ovarian cyst.  I guess he doesn't want his kids to be healthy.


this
of course then it would be for MEDICAL reasons and not sex
PLUS his private life and daughter's lives are PRIVATE

seriously though, they should all be medically tested to determine if they are virgins
and stoned if they are not pure

sorry, but those are the rules
2013-08-15 03:57:47 PM
1 votes:
The mouth-breathing fanatics who complain the loudest about birth control are the very people who would benefit society the most by not passing on their genes.
2013-08-15 03:52:15 PM
1 votes:
he has a right to his religious beliefs

his religious beliefs are dumb
2013-08-15 03:43:41 PM
1 votes:
"A Missouri Republican has asked a federal court to exempt his family from contraception coverage through the state insurance plan, explaining that he doesn't want his three daughters to have access to no-cost birth control because it violates his Catholic faith."

Hey fatass
1) were you a virgin when you got married? if not, STFU
2) was your wife a virgin when you got married? if not, STFU!
3) oh wait, you only have three daughters?? isnt birth control illegal for roman catholics?!!!!
4) hint, your daughters will be having sex before they get married. count on it.
2013-08-15 03:37:12 PM
1 votes:

dr_blasto: super_grass: spongeboob: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

Or just don't put the penis in the vagina, there are some other amazing things you can do.

This is also Fark Anti-smokers' advice to smokers.

/ replace penis and vagina with cigarette with mouth, obviously

What, imply that putting them in your butt is a good alternative? 'Cause I took his statement to imply put it in her pooper. If you know what I mean, and I think that you do.


"Stick it in her pooper" may not always be the right answer, but it is never the wrong one.
2013-08-15 03:34:58 PM
1 votes:

super_grass: spongeboob: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

Or just don't put the penis in the vagina, there are some other amazing things you can do.

This is also Fark Anti-smokers' advice to smokers.

/ replace penis and vagina with cigarette with mouth, obviously


What, imply that putting them in your butt is a good alternative? 'Cause I took his statement to imply put it in her pooper. If you know what I mean, and I think that you do.
2013-08-15 03:33:55 PM
1 votes:

d23: SpectroBoy: Catholicism defines chastity as the virtue that moderates the sexual appetite. Unmarried Catholics express chastity through. Sexual intercourse within marriage is considered chaste when it retains the twofold significance of union and procreation.

Catholic Girl:

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The pretty much universally like sex.  The pope would too if he ever tried it (with a female at least)



Make mine pagan. They like sex AND they will admit it around your friends!

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2013-08-15 03:15:22 PM
1 votes:

Zeb Hesselgresser: dr_blasto: So, do they force him to buy contraceptive pills? When I was single, my insurance had coverage sections for pregnancy and birth. That didn't force me to grow a set of ovaries and a uterus, I simply didn't use that coverage.

How farking hard is it to just not buy something you don't like anyhow?

So you don't understand what coverage mandates are?



His insurance company is required to include coverage for birth control pills.  He is not required to buy the pills.  "Coverage mandate" does NOT mean that the person who purchases the insurance is actually required to use every service and prescription that is covered.
2013-08-15 03:14:35 PM
1 votes:
I don't see the problem.  Can't he just opt-out of his insurance and pay the penalty?  Is any price really too high, when your principles are at stake?
2013-08-15 03:14:02 PM
1 votes:

Zeb Hesselgresser: How farking hard is it to just not buy something you don't like anyhow?

So you don't understand what coverage mandates are?


So they do mandate he go out and get birth control for his daughters?
2013-08-15 03:12:51 PM
1 votes:

theknuckler_33: You just KNOW his three daughter's are (or are going to be) total farking sluts.


Sounds like this guy has lost control of his womenfolk.
2013-08-15 03:12:02 PM
1 votes:
I hope the federal court judge:
a) is a woman and
b) laughs so hard it blows him back to the bronze age.
2013-08-15 03:08:56 PM
1 votes:

SpectroBoy: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

If you are having sex outside of wedlock you are not a good catholic. Sorry to break it to you. the church is pretty clear on this point.

Catholicism defines chastity as the virtue that moderates the sexual appetite. Unmarried Catholics express chastity through. Sexual intercourse within marriage is considered chaste when it retains the twofold significance of union and procreation.

The pope(s) have spoken explicitly on this multiples times.

Or do you pick and choose which rules you follow?


No religious person in history has ever done this.  Ever.
2013-08-15 03:07:04 PM
1 votes:

super_grass: spongeboob: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

Or just don't put the penis in the vagina, there are some other amazing things you can do.

This is also Fark Anti-smokers' advice to smokers.

/ replace penis and vagina with cigarette with mouth, obviously


One of these things is not like the other
2013-08-15 03:06:04 PM
1 votes:

PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.


If you are having sex outside of wedlock you are not a good catholic. Sorry to break it to you. the church is pretty clear on this point.

Catholicism defines chastity as the virtue that moderates the sexual appetite. Unmarried Catholics express chastity through. Sexual intercourse within marriage is considered chaste when it retains the twofold significance of union and procreation.

The pope(s) have spoken explicitly on this multiples times.

Or do you pick and choose which rules you follow?
2013-08-15 03:03:08 PM
1 votes:
Missouri Republican decides that the best way to keep his daughter off of birth control is C) sue the federal government for allowing it to exist in the first place

He's dumb enough without having to exaggerate what he's trying to do.
2013-08-15 03:00:57 PM
1 votes:

super_grass: spongeboob: PrivateCaboose: RodneyToady: Easy solution: stop being Catholic.  An amazing number of us have.

Easier solution: be catholic and have protected premarital sex. An amazing number of us have.

Or just don't put the penis in the vagina, there are some other amazing things you can do.

This is also Fark Anti-smokers' advice to smokers.

/ replace penis and vagina with cigarette with mouth, obviously


Wait to give up smoking you are supposed to put a cigarette where?
2013-08-15 02:59:51 PM
1 votes:

super_grass: This is also Fark Anti-smokers' advice to smokers.


What is? To put the cigs in your butt instead?
2013-08-15 02:58:16 PM
1 votes:
Read the headline an thought, "well that's a little misleading. They're making it sound like a lawmaker did that and no elected representative would be that farking stupid."

Opened the link and became sad.
2013-08-15 02:57:54 PM
1 votes:
Nice. Now these girls know that their dad's greatest fear and what would hurt him most is that they may some day have sex out of marriage and maybe even enjoy it. So if they are looking for a way to get back at daddy for always working late, caring about his political career more than he ever did about them, not buying them a pony or not letting them go on that ski trip when they were 16.... they now know how to go about it. That thanksgiving break when one of them brings their (hopefully black or latino) boyfriend with whom they share an apartment in college is gonna be awesome.
2013-08-15 02:52:51 PM
1 votes:
Well, I have a deeply held religious belief against tanks. Can I get a personal exemption so I don't pay my share of taxes that go to the D.O.D.?
2013-08-15 02:52:17 PM
1 votes:
I'm thinking daddy found used condoms in their trash can.  My dad found mine when I was a teenager.  He yelled at me about the consequences and such.  My snarky response was 'FIIIIIIIINE DAD, I WON'T USE THEM AT ALL THEN!'
/kept using them of course
2013-08-15 02:49:16 PM
1 votes:
FTA: "I see abortion-inducing drugs as intrinsically evil, and I cannot in good conscience preach one thing to my kids and then just go with the flow on our insurance"

Well, sir, just tell your whore daughters not to use those evil contraceptives and you should be just fine.
2013-08-15 02:44:43 PM
1 votes:
This is a moral conundrum for me.

I'll bet the decision between boxers and briefs is a conundrum for you.
2013-08-15 02:43:13 PM
1 votes:

Soup4Bonnie: Because abortion inducing and contraception are the exact same thing.


THIS IS WHAT REPUBLICANS ACTUALLY BELIEVE

/wish I could hate this guy to death
2013-08-15 02:42:57 PM
1 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: [www.wielandnow.com image 500x333]

[www.flavinscorner.com image 345x500]


Those two already use birth control.
Either that, or they're singing along with Garfunkel and Oates.


EyeballKid: Is Missouri trying to take the Midwestern Derp Championship from Kentucky?


Hey, our legislature is full or ass-hats, but that aren't as bad as this guy. Hells, we even tried to get hemp legalized.
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-08-15 02:41:01 PM
1 votes:

timujin: Either his daughters are the type who believe what he does and aren't going to utilize that provision of his insurance or, and I hope this is the case, they have half a brain to share between them and are going to declare legal emancipation for his forcing his outdated beliefs upon them.


Or they are like every other Catholic girl I've "known" in my life and they just go out and buy condoms.
2013-08-15 02:38:43 PM
1 votes:
So he's saying it's the guvmint's fault his daughters are whores? At least that's what conservatives keep telling me about women who use contraception.
2013-08-15 02:34:03 PM
1 votes:
Because abortion inducing and contraception are the exact same thing.
2013-08-15 02:33:06 PM
1 votes:
Either his daughters are the type who believe what he does and aren't going to utilize that provision of his insurance or, and I hope this is the case, they have half a brain to share between them and are going to declare legal emancipation for his forcing his outdated beliefs upon them.
2013-08-15 02:23:59 PM
1 votes:

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Christ what an asshole

Republican

FTFY
2013-08-15 02:13:37 PM
1 votes:

Elandriel: If his daughters are of legal age, they would do well to be extremely interested in this sack of shiat's lawsuit since he is effectively depriving them of their choice due to his personal religious beliefs.


I honestly don't care about his daughters.  I mean, I do.  But how he decides to parent shouldn't affect everyone else.
2013-08-15 02:09:57 PM
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2013-08-15 02:00:27 PM
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I don't believe in eyes.  And I don't use my company's eye coverage.  I insist my company stop offering it to everyone else because I think it's wrong.
2013-08-15 01:39:31 PM
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He can always decline that insurance and buy his own without that evil coverage.
 
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