Remember when “Conservative” used to be a word defining a form of political economics?
Sometimes we just have to admit that even some women politicians are a bit crazy. Like Majority Whip Debbie Lesko who authored Arizona House Bill 2625 which would allow employers to eliminate employee health care coverage on birth control and related needs:
“I believe we live in America. We don’t live in the Soviet Union. So government should not be telling organizations or employers to do something against their moral beliefs… My whole legislation is about our First Amendment rights and freedom of religion.”
And what about freedom FROM religion?
But the most revealing look at conservatism is the current Doonesbury series that many newspapers are not printing. Gary Trudeau is looking at the trans-vaginal sonograms required in Texas prior to an abortion:
It would be very nice if “conservatism” got back to economic politics and out of the bedroom and the vagina. Little choice is left to women when considering who to vote for.
Posted on March 15, 2012, in Art, Arts, budget, campaign, Congress, Corporations, creativity, editorial, ethics, Family, government, Health Care, Labor, Legal, Lies, Military, News, Opinion, Politics, Science, sex, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Arizona, Birth control, Doonesbury, employment, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Lesko, Soviet Union, United States. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.