In what political universe is the use of contraception controversial?

Oh no you don’t lady. Don’t you dare suggest the GOP and a future president-elect Mit Romney would somehow take your birth control away. I refuse to accept the premise, and we should not allow lefties the ability to re-cast the arguement. This is about the First Amendment, not your access to contraception.

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Limbaugh apologizes to Fluke

Will this end the media’s discussion about Rush Limbaugh’s comments? I’m not sure, all I know is Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) et al. have been quite cheerful the attention is all on Limbaugh, with little attention to the left-wing lunacy regurgitated by Sandra Fluke at the mock hearing.

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Cost for birth control pills near Georgetown? $9 at Target

Sandra Fluke’s testimony in front of Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) panel in Washington, D.C. was made up drivel designed to whip up the political left into fiegned outrage. Fluke has been used by the left, and I hope she understands that.

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Hey Eric Holder … There is no Obama health care contraception compromise

Am I really the only one that noticed the Health and Human Services regulations dated Feb. 15 – five days after the Obama non-compromise – does not include the compromise at all? Am I wrong here? Read more

Pelosi totally mis-represents what the contraception discussion is about

Let me remind everyone, the GOP never brought this subject up, it was the Obama/Democrat health care legislation that put the mandates out there and brought the issue to the forefront. Now Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is making crap up out of thin air.

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Obama abortion and contraception health care coverage rule change is a total scam

This so called compromise does not change a single thing. It’s a late Friday afternoon gimmick, it’s fraud, they are trying to hoodwink and bamboozle you.

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Contraception and abortion needed to … reduce global warming?

Jonathon Porritt, the chairman of a government watchdog group on environmental issues, is insistent contraception and abortion be the centerpiece of the fight against global warming.

Not windmills. Not batteries. Not solar. Not alternatives. Cutting population growth should be the centerpiece through contraception and abortion through government regulation.

Porritt is chairman of the Sustainable Development Commission whose members report directly to the prime minister. Porritt is also an adviser to the royal family and an patron of the Optimum Population Trust (OPT), who notes on their home page they are opposed to any form of coercion in family planning.

The also state…

The Optimum Population Trust believes that Earth may not be able to support more than half its present numbers before the end of this century, and that the UK’s long-term sustainable population level may be lower than 30 million.

The population of the UK is currently about 61 million people. They think we need to “remove” half of the entire population within 92 years? Wow, they certainly may be against coercion in family planning, but my guess is they don’t have any issues with brain washing.

Since organizations like the Sustainable Development Commission and OPT work directly with the UK government, I’m wondering if they have gotten into the school system yet? Are teachers members and supporters of the OPT? When will we see literature from the OPT specifically designed for kids?

The Sunday Times has quotes from Porritt’s concerning a report to be released soon.

Couples who have more than two children are being “irresponsible” by creating an unbearable burden on the environment, the government’s green adviser has warned.

Jonathon Porritt, who chairs the government’s Sustainable Development Commission, says curbing population growth through contraception and abortion must be at the heart of policies to fight global warming. He says political leaders and green campaigners should stop dodging the issue of environmental harm caused by an expanding population. …

“I think we will work our way towards a position that says that having more than two children is irresponsible. It is the ghost at the table. We have all these big issues that everybody is looking at and then you don’t really hear anyone say the “p” word.” …

Porritt, a former chairman of the Green party, says the government must improve family planning, even if it means shifting money from curing illness to increasing contraception and abortion.

He said: “We still have one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancies in Europe and we still have relatively high levels of pregnancies going to birth, often among women who are not convinced they want to become mothers.

I’m perfectly fine with families making their own decisions about how many children they want to have. Those decisions should be made after reviewing many factors including what is affordable, and yes, the impact on the environment.

The problem is that the information is not being based on facts. Global warming – re-branded as climate change – is the new religion after all. We’re brainwashing people. There is no consensus in science.

Liberalism and socialism is actually a driving force in all of this. If the government keeps bailing out everyone and continues down the path to provide health care, education, pre-school, breakfast, lunch,housing for families, and everything else imaginable, they will not have the reason to make their own decisions.

The government is there to support and provide of course, so why should they even care? Maybe if the government provides everything, parents would be willing to limit the number of kids they have. In turn, they loose all of their freedom.

Hat tip to Sister Toldjah for posting the link to the Times piece.