Women’s Health is Not a Religious Issue
A new law has Catholics in an uproar and it's time for the ignorance to stop. We have the power to stop the spread of disease and prevent unwanted pregnancies and they want to put an end to that. Here's a question for you, what if the church came out against shots? Should we allow the spread of diseases because a small group was against it? No. It's time for this to stop.
If you don't like what's on TV, turn it off. If you don't like the way you were treated at a store, don't go there anymore If you don't like birth control, don' t use it. Now, the new law requires that birth control options are to be made available, that doesn't mean they have to be used. No one is forcing you to put 0n a condom. I don't like tomatoes, so I don't use tomatoes when I make a salad. Being a considerate human being though, I make tomatoes available to those who want them.
Contrary to what many want you to believe, this country was built on freedom FROM religion. Our leaders (even the ones of faith) knew that to involve religion in any matter was to muddy the waters. If a religion makes a decision against the mainstream, it's their job to educate their faithful and enforce that rule. On the other hand, it's the job of United States government to provide for the common welfare of it's people and allowing sexually transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancies to go unchecked would be totally irresponsible.