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Old 12-16-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Michigan law bans insurance on abortion

Even when its rape, incest or life of mother.

Holy crap.......I can't believe it.

Surprised all you guys aren't talking this.

Women would have to buy rape insurance to cover it

and there is no such insurance.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:31 PM   #2
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JFC ..... you're a dumbass

The average full price of a first-trimester abortion in the U.S. is about $475.00.

Do you really think you need an insurance policy to cover that, hell it wouldn't even meet your deductible.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:38 PM   #3
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It's a non issue liberals use to make people think they have to vote for them. You know vote liberal or women won't get abortions anymore.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:42 PM   #4
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JFC ..... you're a dumbass

The average full price of a first-trimester abortion in the U.S. is about $475.00.

Do you really think you need an insurance policy to cover that, hell it wouldn't even meet your deductible.

Your the dumbass but I already knew that............

The Michigan republican politicians are the one that siad women should buy rape insurance, not me.

Your so clueless you don't even understand the problem here.

They are saying insurance companies can not cover a medical procedure that is legal and safe and held up by the SUPREME COURT.

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Old 12-16-2013, 07:45 PM   #5
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It's a non issue liberals use to make people think they have to vote for them. You know vote liberal or women won't get abortions anymore.
nON ISSUE..............only in your world.

Women run away from your party for a reason........

Polls and statistics don't lie.

Republican religious ideology being forced onto everyone.


It will never last, they are getting the signatures as we speak

to put it to a vote and as with most republican ideals it won't

get past a vote............


Short term at best
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:48 PM   #6
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To force your religious ideals on another is wrong........

Supreme Court agrees and this won't last.

NON ISSUE...........JESUS FREAKIN CHRIST...........

Tell that to a woman violated by a rapist.............

MAYBE ONE OF YOU TWO RETARDS WILL PAY FOR THE ABORTION...........?

She shouldn't have to because of your republican ignorance.

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Old 12-16-2013, 08:13 PM   #7
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Your the dumbass but I already knew that............

The Michigan republican politicians are the one that siad women should buy rape insurance, not me.

Your so clueless you don't even understand the problem here.

They are saying insurance companies can not cover a medical procedure that is legal and safe and held up by the SUPREME COURT.
Itís only $475.00, so why not start a rape savings account and put 40 bucks a month in for a year, it would be a lot cheaper than an insurance policy. Better yet throw a box of morning after the rape pills in your purse.
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Old 12-16-2013, 09:05 PM   #8
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Itís only $475.00, so why not start a rape savings account and put 40 bucks a month in for a year, it would be a lot cheaper than an insurance policy. Better yet throw a box of morning after the rape pills in your purse.

Not your decision , nor the point, I see you ignored the real issue.

Deflection seems to be in republican DNA.

Safe, legal procedure upheld by the Supreme Court.


Every time one of these abortions laws come to a vote it has failed.

Pro lifers prepare your anus for another let down.

They will get the signatures easily.


Political suicide, what part of this is difficult to understand.
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dumbasses like puny boy can't seem to make up their minds. b**** about gov interference in the private sector yet support government telling a PRIVATE company what it can and can not cover.
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yet support government telling a PRIVATE company what it can and can not cover.
Yeah, as if you kids are opposed to that concept.
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yet support government telling a PRIVATE company what it can and can not cover.
So are you talking about Obamacare forcing postmenopause women to carry
maternity coverage? I'm pretty sure I don't support that.
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So are you talking about Obamacare forcing postmenopause women to carry
maternity coverage? I'm pretty sure I don't support that.
Those old ladies also need to have state-mandated abortifacient coverage. If you deem that should be optional and separate, it's because you are warring on duh womenses.
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Waste of taxpayer money, as usual. I'm sure there's already been a challenge filed, and a year or so from now it will get struck down in some federal court far below the SCOTUS.

But hey. Party of fiscal responsibility.
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Waste of taxpayer money, as usual. I'm sure there's already been a challenge filed, and a year or so from now it will get struck down in some federal court far below the SCOTUS.

But hey. Party of fiscal responsibility.
Supreme Court just took up the Ocare's Abortifacient mandate. More deficit spendin' (enslavin' the childrens) all around.

Next to no chance it's upheld.
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Waste of taxpayer money, as usual. I'm sure there's already been a challenge filed, and a year or so from now it will get struck down in some federal court far below the SCOTUS.

But hey. Party of fiscal responsibility.
How would the SCOTUS do that? Under what interpretation?
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So are you talking about Obamacare forcing postmenopause women to carry
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well you you can't have your cake and eat it too.
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