Good morning, Crowderheads. Sleep good? Are our favorite Mug Club members sitting there with a fresh cup of coffee looking to start the day? That’s nice. But hold up, heathen. The insufferable harpies on The View think opposing birth control mandates makes you literally the Taliban.
The topic at hand is Donald Trump maybe rolling back the mandate from ObamaCare (see Court Now Forces Nuns to Supply… Birth Control? and Trump Admin To Roll Back Birth Control Coverage…Except Not Really) forcing nuns to provide IUDs and birth control pills. Which is rather against their religion (you can Google why on your own time).
We highlighted our favorite quotes…
“You want to remove funding from places like Planned Parenthood that allows for family planning and decisions… You’re not giving them options to make the right decision if you are pulling — you’re almost punishing us for having ovaries.”
“How is it different from the Taliban? Let’s not forget they are trying to keep women in their place, barefoot and pregnant.”
“I said this before. I’m going to say it again. With all these rollbacks and all the things we hear, what’s the difference between us and the people we’re fighting?”
The difference between us and the people we’re fighting? For starters, we don’t force tweens into marriage. Women in this country aren’t stoned to death over accusations of adultery… or accusations of driving a car. Going to a sporting event alone. Having a job. Minor difference sure, but to people like Joy Behar, reality is challenging. Incidentally, if you’re a mental hospital worker and one of your wards escaped a few years ago…
Also, our enemies generally don’t let women do much, especially go on television to spew low information nonsense their publicists get from leftist PR firms. In case I needed to solidify my case as to why these idiots are idiots.
Thirdly, and this is important, in the First Amendment, freedom of religion trumps whether or not you want a copper wire inserted in your uterus to prevent implantation, provided to you by nuns. The same also applies to pills you might want to take. Name your pill, doesn’t matter. Priests, nuns, rabbis, ministers, imams and unitarian fundraisers are never obligated to give you stuff you want. We’re done here.