you are absolutely hopeless.
What's the problem with a private insurer covering Viagra and not covering birth control?
Do you understand capitalism?
Now answer my other questions.
I guess this is your thread, you're making the arguments.
My argument is this:
How can people get upset over birth control being covered and not upset when Viagra is covered.
O'Reilly took it like a man, he dropped his head and conceded that he was wrong... Why do you have to twist it all around and make the argument what it isn't?
What's the problem with a private insurer covering Viagra and not birth control? Oh I don't know... it' fricking hypocritical for one thing. You're paying for the enjoyment of a man's needs but not for that of a womens. Plus, the birth control has social benefits because it lowers the amount of babies born to people that can't afford them, what is the social benefit of Viagra (besides it puts you in a good mood).