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Comments on: "Conraception controversy chart: No one is being FORCED to use Birthcontrol here." (1)

  1. Anna VanSant said:

    I think this makes a good point about medical issues being decided between a doctor and a patient. However, it isn’t that simple anymore. When mandatory insurance becomes involved and a religious organization is forced to provide a service (birth control) that goes against their religious beliefs then you are entering the realm of Separation of Church and State. Insurance companies even make medical decisions these days, and apparantly so is our Federal Government when they order certain medical coverage to be available. So it is no longer just between a patient and her doctor anyway.

    For me, the answer would be to get rid of insurance altogether with the exception of catastrophic care, and watch the prices go down to affordable rates. Then we would no longer have the issues of separation of church and state, who is allowed to make medical decisions, and it would go back to really being between a patient and her doctor.

    As a Catholic who disagrees with her Church on the issue of birth control, I still stand with my Bishops on the issue of separation of church and state, because in the end freedom (religious, in this case) is really what this is about.

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