Monday, June 10, 2013

Bookmarked for later reading

Freedom of Religion? Or maybe not

"Access to inexpensive contraception is a problem nowhere in the United States," he said. "The mandate is thus an ideological statement; the imposition of a preferential option for infertility. And if millions of Americans disagree with it on principle--too bad."

what is he talking about? This...

yes, and the USState Dept is imposing the same thing on the third world: which is why the RH bill passed in the Philippines, and the next step: abortion, divorce and gay marriage. The big problem: The church. The bribes to vote were higher than normal in the last election, and then the press trumpted the church was "losing power"... Now they are releasing a (surprise) expose on the church, trying to destroy it, while ignoring the corruption of the elites who are selling out the country to the US ideologues, and of course, to the big money interests including the drug dealers and the casino/gambling interests (we don't need a casino in Manila.

We need midwives for the 30 percent who deliver without a trained birth attendent, housing for the homeless, and a way to stop the big families from running the place, but never mind, but never mind. The NWO is making headway here and their priorities is abortion and population control, not getting rid of the corruption that forces the poor out of their homes to look for work in the cities or overseas.

And if we bow to their demands, maybe they'll stop China from drilling oil and taking over our sea lanes...or maybe not.


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