Obama’s healthcare legislation will ensure that all birth control will be free starting August 1, 2012. The cost to insurance companies will be passed along as usual to taxpayers (the people who are still working to support the masses) as part of redistribution. This preview of the upcoming “one world order” is reminiscent of Aldous Huxley’s utopian novel “Brave New World”. In the book, women practiced mandatory birth control using the Mathusian Drill and all new babies were grown in vitro. This allowed the government to completely control the total population of the world. Where did we here this before?
From FoxNews on July 21, 2009:
President Obama’s “science czar,” John Holdren, once floated the idea of forced abortions, “compulsory sterilization,” and the creation of a “Planetary Regime” that would oversee human population levels and control all natural resources as a means of protecting the planet — controversial ideas his critics say should have been brought up in his Senate confirmation hearings.
Holdren, who has degrees from MIT and Stanford and headed a science policy program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government for the past 13 years, won the unanimous approval of the Senate as the president’s chief science adviser.
If you feel uncomfortable about the progressive march to Socialism in the United States, you are free to take your soma (formerly known as prozac) to alleviate any extremist thoughts concerning morality and virtue.
Do you see a pattern emerging?
Most healthcare plans will be required to cover birth control without charging co-pays or deductibles starting Aug. 1, the Obama administration announced Friday.
The final regulation retains the approach federal health officials proposed last summer, despite the deluge of complaints from religious groups and congressional Republicans that has poured in since then. Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship are exempt from the requirement, but religious-affiliated hospitals and universities only get a one-year delay and must comply by Aug. 1, 2013.
“This decision was made after very careful consideration, including the important concerns some have raised about religious liberty,” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said in a statement. “I believe this proposal strikes the appropriate balance between respecting religious freedom and increasing access to important preventive services.”
Congressional Republicans slammed the decision as an assault on religious freedom.
“This ruling forces religious organizations to violate the fundamental tenets of their faith, or stop offering health insurance coverage to their employees,” said the Republican Policy Committee. “Time will tell whether those institutions choose the former or the latter course — but neither option should be necessary, if the administration had not taken such an unbending approach to appease its liberal base.”
Access to birth control is the most controversial aspect of the healthcare reform law’s preventive care provisions, which require plans to cover such care without co-pays and deductibles. The assumption is that such coverage will prevent people from getting sick and keep healthcare costs down.