From De Magno Opere:

Which begs the question of why men – whether they are religiously banned from marriage or merely popularly elected officials – feel they have the obligation (much less the right) to decide for women what they should and should not do with their bodies.

Someday, I expect a damn good answer…

Don’t hold your breath waiting for an answer.

I’ll agree with Modern who earlier said DMO doesn’t get read enough or enough credit as a great Ohio political blog. I’ve been a fan for a long time. You also have to read the link to Andrew Sullivan. Worth a click over to see the true face of the Catholic Church, if you didn’t already see it in the DC story.

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  • A social worker named Amy has a great post about abortion and health care here.

    Not sure if some html is ok, sorry if it's not.

  • html is fine MM. thanks for posting the link and for commenting.

  • oregonamy1972

    This Amy the social worker here. The other thing I would like an answer on is why these same men are so opposed to health care reform because the government shouldn't be able to tell us what we all can do with our bodies (you know, like get adequate health care from a doctor and all) but have no problem turning around and telling women they they must carry all pregnancies to term, regardless. Hmmm…seems a bit ironic.

  • Simple reason, really. They're hypocritical fuckwits.

  • Simple reason, really. They're hypocritical fuckwits.

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