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(Huffington Post)   McMorris Rogers: The GOP believes the government shouldn't decide medical procedures. House Republicans: WOOO, PASSED THE ANTI-ABORTION BILL. McMorris Rogers: *facepalm*   (huffingtonpost.com ) divider line
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2014-01-29 08:53:11 AM  
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"We should not be taxing Americans and forcing them to fund a violation of their religious freedom. The passage of this bill today is one more step toward restoring respect for the sanctity of human life."

So everyone who believes "thou shalt not kill" is going to get a refund for the Iraq invasion?
2014-01-29 09:40:12 AM  
3 votes:
So, folks are upset that we might have Sharia law, but Christian law is OK, in a society that has freedom of religion?

Here's the funny thing: you pay into insurance, so the company helps subsidize medical choices. You aren't forced to pay for procedures, you pay into a middleman. Folks themselves, and their doctors, make their own decisions. You don't want to "pay" for anyone else, then maybe you don't want insurance. Good luck with that you NeoLuddites...
2014-01-29 08:57:19 AM  
2 votes:
FTFA: The bill is unlikely to go anywhere in the Democrat-controlled Senate, and the   that President Barack Obama would veto it if it ever came to his desk.

A great use of time and resources GOP, way to go.
2014-01-29 08:55:19 AM  
2 votes:

Wyalt Derp: "We should not be taxing Americans and forcing them to fund a violation of their religious freedom. The passage of this bill today is one more step toward restoring respect for the sanctity of human life."

So everyone who believes "thou shalt not kill" is going to get a refund for the Iraq invasion?


You'd think someone whose job is making law would understand the concept of "representative government".
2014-01-29 12:47:33 PM  
1 vote:
I want the house to pass a bill that prevents insurance companies in the exchanges from covering expenses to keep corpses alive in order to gestate fetuses or grow transplant organs.
2014-01-29 09:03:05 AM  
1 vote:
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) said after the vote, "This President promised that 'under our plan, no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions.' We know now that was a lie...

I think this "OMG he LIED!!" shiat is getting more tiring than anything else. There's no room for him to have farked up, it's all like he purposely lied, knowing full well every single aspect of what could happen. That, and that he "lied" because he somehow controls how the insurance companies react to the healthcare bill. Fark these pieces of shiat. I can't believe that they haven't figured out yet that they are driving potential voters AWAY with this never ending pile of garbage.

Oh, and there's also the fact that he didn't lie, since this has ALREADY been illegal, as TFA mentions.
2014-01-29 08:57:11 AM  
1 vote:
It's an election year and they are trying to hang on to their phony baloney jobs. But will their voters fall for it this time?
2014-01-29 08:56:56 AM  
1 vote:

Wyalt Derp: "We should not be taxing Americans and forcing them to fund a violation of their religious freedom. The passage of this bill today is one more step toward restoring respect for the sanctity of human life."

So everyone who believes "thou shalt not kill" is going to get a refund for the Iraq invasion?


Didn't you read your bible? Thou Shalt not Murder doesn't apply to brown people

Republican Jesus said so in the Sermon at the McDonalds
2014-01-29 08:55:53 AM  
1 vote:

Wyalt Derp: "We should not be taxing Americans and forcing them to fund a violation of their religious freedom. The passage of this bill today is one more step toward restoring respect for the sanctity of human life."

So everyone who believes "thou shalt not kill" is going to get a refund for the Iraq invasion?


Don't forget the Jehovah's Witnesses and their refund for government-funded blood transfusions.
 
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