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HailHailtoMichigan!
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control

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And this is why I don't post on this cesspool.
Good job adding to the discussion. Next time, bring more material.


boxcar willie
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kenner
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
Viagra is a lifestyle choice and I don't believe it is covered by most insurance companies


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Bestbank Tiger
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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ETA: I don't think there should be a mandate for birth control or any drug for that matter. If it's something the company wants to negotiate into their coverage then fine. If they don't, then that's fine, too.




Freedom of contract FTW. Individuals should be allowed to choose a plan that best suits their own needs.


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mograyback
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You guys have largely missed the point.

It's not necessarily about if Viagra is covered, that's great that a lot of insurance companies don't cover it.

The point is this; why is it okay for traditional republicans to bad mouth birth control being covered, yet ignore things like Viagra.

The birth control issue was blown up in the media and made a big deal about, guys like O'Reilly went on big tirades about birth control. He doesn't want to pay so that lil miss skank can get filled up with man juice. Yet it's okay for an old man to get Viagra covered.

But, it would behoove republicans (who complain about welfare) to supply birth control. Why? Because that means less babies coming into this world to mothers that can't financially support them.

There is a huge hypocrisy in calling out birth control and not Viagra.
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constant cough
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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I'd like someone to tell me why birth control shouldn't be covered by insurance but Viagra should.



Both are "Rights"


Forward!


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benhamin5555
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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Birth control is evil, Viagra is not.


Oh God, here we go again...


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John McClane
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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Viagra shouldn't be covered. It is fairly a rec drug. In my plan BC is covered and viagra not so much and frankly that is the way it should be.
shouldn't the insurer have the ability to decide what to cover?


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TN Bhoy
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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There is a huge hypocrisy in calling out birth control and not Viagra.



One is EVIL. The other is not. If you can't understand that, then we aren't debating on a level playing field.


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benhamin5555
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One is EVIL. The other is not.


Care to explain this ridiculous assertion?


TN Bhoy
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benhamin5555
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JohnnyKilroy
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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One is EVIL. The other is not. If you can't understand that, then we aren't debating on a level playing field.


Typical lib


Bestbank Tiger
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Landmass
Member since Jan 2005
23318 posts

re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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There is a huge hypocrisy in calling out birth control and not Viagra.


Could you please point us to the executive order that says Viagra has to be free without a copay?

I'll hang up and listen.


mograyback
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2011
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One is EVIL. The other is not. If you can't understand that, then we aren't debating on a level playing field.


What?

Put the bible down buddy.

First of all, if you're using those premises, they're both evil.

It is totally unnatural for old arse men to pop a pill to get hard.



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mograyback
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2011
7102 posts

re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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One is EVIL. The other is not. If you can't understand that, then we aren't debating on a level playing field.


Typical lib


What?

That is an extreme right wing religious stance. Are you retarded?
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JohnnyKilroy
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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That is an extreme right wing religious stance. Are you retarded?


Are you?


mograyback
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2011
7102 posts

re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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Could you please point us to the executive order that says Viagra has to be free without a copay?

I'll hang up and listen.


Retard.

Have you not been reading what I've said?

Did I say this wasn't about whether or not Viagra is or isn't free.

This is about the hypocrisy I see with traditional republicans men going bat shite crazy over birth control being given for free, yet they would not do the same in regards to viagra.

This is an exercise in full circle thinking, trying to break the pattern of linear thinkers.
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JohnnyKilroy
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re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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This is an exercise in full circle thinking, trying to break the pattern of linear thinkers.


After your last post, this statement could not be more ironic.


mograyback
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2011
7102 posts

re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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After your last post, this statement could not be more ironic


Explain?


Bestbank Tiger
Tulane Fan
Landmass
Member since Jan 2005
23318 posts

re: Viagra vs Birth Control
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yet they would not do the same in regards to viagra.


Pure speculation.

You're basing a hypocrisy charge on the difference between the actual reaction to an actual event and what you ASSume the reaction would be to a hypothetical event. Opposing a mandate isn't exactly a stretch for Republicans, especially not when that mandate comes from the Democrats. The only actual hypocrisy is on your Messiah's part, for singling out one to be free while letting insurers exclude the other.

I do agree that your "thinking" is circular.


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