GOP Sparks Debate on Women and Families
When viewed from a certain angle, particularly of Washington mind far taken off from the majority of crises of an average family life, the up-and-coming Republican movement aimed to target birth control is just a tool in the crusade of the party which has been planned not in favor of the fresh health care law.
Don't even give it a second thought to the deadly grave silliness as being just another move in the war against women by the GOP. That, however, fails to the distance. This time around, the Republicans are targeting the families; especially those which are a bit too down under stress when it comes to handling child or get strapped in terms of affording one.
In case you are a parent struggling under such a scenario, the Republican message for you is here: tough luck.
But still, you can just spare a moment out for admiring the GOP, that allegedly pro-family party, for its strict and stern contradictions: Abortion is what comes into picture while a woman cannot pay sufficiently enough for having a baby and, with no birth control measures, gets pregnant.
Food stamps, on the other hand, are those you receive when your paycheck fails to go far enough for feeding every single mouth at the table of your house.
In this regard, a junior U. S. senator instigated a deadly and extremely grave silliness during the late January, which was followed with a bill which would excuse any employer from shelling out health insurance coverage meant for birth control in case the boss is not in support of it for religious, moral or whatever reasons.
At present, the GOP is planning about moving further. It has also sanitized the language of Rubio and later turned it into an alteration that the party intends to nail on towards a highway bill.
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