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I was reading that some catholic universities are

dropping health care coverage but was surprised that it wasn't just about the birth control mandate but the overall cost of the plans which must now be much more comprehensive.

College health care insurance cost to skyrocket

I'd think if the missy from Georgetown can't cover her own birth control costs, she'll surely not be happy with her new insurance premiums. Wink

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Sandra Fluke

just might puke, when she gets the bill.

Ever consider if we gave them all the abortions they wanted for free, all the birth control they wanted for free, eventually after a couple generations there'd be a lot fewer of them and a whole lot more of us.

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(NT) Sounds like what Margaret Sanger was proposing.

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