|By Margery Eagan, Boston Herald|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Or, more specifically, the war on women who want to have sex without one possible consequence -- pregnancy. Outrageous women like that really annoy lots of conservatives, big-time blogger
"My religion trumps your 'right' to employer subsidized consequence free sex," he tweeted after yesterday's
"This decision concerns only the contraceptive mandate," wrote Alito, "and should not be understood to mean that all insurance mandates, that is for blood transfusions or vaccinations, necessarily fail if they conflict with an employer's religious beliefs."
Plenty of religions oppose vaccinations. Jehovah's Witnesses oppose blood transfusions, as
Don't they count?
The minority on the court, meanwhile, consisted of three women and one man,
Anti-abortion crusaders have worked hard to shame women seeking abortions. Now these same activists are working hard to shame women who want birth control. Though nearly every woman in America has used contraception, conservatives seem poised to demonize it again, just as
Now here we go again.
By the way, while
So here's the bottom line: Viagra-fueled old men can have all the free sex they want -- without the consequences. But, ladies, get out the VISA.
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