reply to post by RobinB022
You're right of course, nowhere is the age of consent officially lower than 16 in the US. Oh and 'down there' isn't a term I use because maybe
some people don't hang their maps with north closest to the ceiling.
Originally posted by beezzer
reply to post by xuenchen
Ahhh, Obamacare. ACA. It's just designed to help people who can't get insurance.
I mean, there's no social engineering or attempts at manipulating the populace or anything like that.
PLEASE, for the love of children. Sterilize those who claim motherhood to be too much for them, this number will still be too small compaired to all the women that should make the decision to be sterilized.
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
Obamacare is part of a greater de-population agenda. What else will it take to convince people? I am just amazed at the volume of people who are accepting this. Do people have some kind of misguided idea that it's not doing what it is doing, or that it's some kind of crazy collateral for the supposed benefits touted by the Democrat Party?
Originally posted by Ameilia
I wanted my tubes tied when I was 18 years old. I was willing to pay for this, as an it's optional procedure. I would have even been happy to finance it and pay interest. Doctors refused because I was "so young I will change my mind."
I wanted my tubes tied when I was 25. See above.
I'm now 31. That's 13 years of wanting to be fixed I'm still "too young" as of 6 months ago.
So exactly when do *I* get to decide what I want to do with *my body* you ask?
Apparently sometime when I'm past reproductive age. You know, when it no longer matters...
Let em get sterilized if they want to. It's their choice, their body. At least this way they will have access to the medical procedures they should have access to.
This is the only part of Obamacare I've heard of that I actually agree with.
that all health care plans in the United States--except those provided by actual houses of worship organized under the section of the Internal Revenue Code reserved for churches per se--must provide coverage, without cost-sharing, for sterilizations and all Food and Drug Administration-approved contraceptives to “all women with reproductive capacity
Originally posted by beezzer
reply to post by Advantage
A legal issue then.
The reason why age is a factor is because someone younger cannot make the correct unbiased choice. Yet now that they can, who's libel for it if they change their mind?
The facility where it occurs?
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
I have a hard time having an issue with this. I mean, it ultimately is the 15 year old that is going to be the one dealing with the consequences of the decision.
If there's an accidental pregnancy from either accident or rape, it's ultimately the 15 year old that has to deal with the consequences. Sure, the parents are probably going to help a lot if they're a normal family, but there's nothing that really mandates that they do so.
Originally posted by RealSpoke
Good. You ever see how horrible the mothers lives are and the babies? Just watch "Teen Mom".
But there is nothing talking about sterilization in Obamacare that I can see, OP can you point this out?
edit on 11-8-2012 by RealSpoke because: (no reason given)