His quote….

(He) didn’t believe insurance companies should cover contraception at all.

“This has nothing to do with access,” he said. “This is having someone pay for it, pay for something that shouldn’t even be in an insurance plan anyway because it is not, really an insurable item. This is something that is affordable, available. You don’t need insurance for these types of relatively small expenditures.

Meanwhile Viagra, and Cialis, are not only to be kept on insurance plans, but can be advertised at times when young children are watching.

To sum it up:
We will not fund women’s birth control
We will fund medications that give a hard-on for four or more hours.

Have Republicans lost their minds?

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