posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 01:27 PM
reply to post by nixie_nox
No one should have medical options removed at the crazy beliefs of others.
I agree completely. No one should have options removed at the crazy beliefs or agendas of others. So tell me, are *ALL* other medical options and
items available to every subscriber of benefit plans, the same way this one is specifically and by regulation, required to be? ...or are they simply
specifically naming and requiring SOME be required for SOME areas of social interest ..while others are not so well defined or given near as much
If we're in a single payer or all inclusive system, then excluding one thing would be patently insane. If we're in a multi-level system which, in
part, is defined by WHAT is available and at what accessibility with each level you pay for? I'd say it's just a question of WHAT is included, who
is making that decision and what social vs. medical considerations are going into that determination.
If we are getting picky-choosy about what benefits are cover? Well, now forcing a religious order or Church to offer something they flat will NOT
offer? (I didn't say..don't want to..I said WILL NOT..EVER) then I'd say we're forcing one group to offer something against their beliefs,
Constitutionally protected as such, over other things also not included but which no one cares about.
...we aren't suggesting these are 100% all inclusive plans outside this one specific example, right?