"The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that do." - Steve Jobs
problem solver; techno-geeky political girl; observer of life or something like it; lover of laughing, music, the Houston Rockets, and all things Jackie Kennedy views expressed here are my own and are not necessarily those of anyone I may be working with or on behalf of...
" From Griswold, to Roe, to Casey, our courts have recognized that these personal decisions — the ability to take ownership of your own reproductive destiny — are inherent in the liberty and equality our Constitution protects. As we approach the next major reproductive rights case to reach the Supreme Court, the question now is whether those rights will be made subject to the religious beliefs of others. "
" No, you can’t deny women their basic rights and pretend it’s about your ‘religious freedom.’ If you don’t like birth control, don’t use it. Religious freedom doesn’t mean you can force others to live by your own beliefs. "
Would have been slightly better, if the “sperm” had first broken through a “barrier”/banner and with the word “Aspirin” on it, held by two people wearing t-shirts with the word “legs” on said t-shirts, the same way a high school football team does when it’s taking the field before a game. Just my thoughts on the matter.
" I commend you for coming forward though Limbaugh’s attack was a disappointing reminder of how slowly attitudes change. In 1977, before I started law school, I took the same position with the Board of Directors of the teachers’ union to which I belonged and of which I was an officer. Another Board member called me a “whore” for suggesting that our health plan should cover the cost of birth control pills because I was divorced. The only comfort I can offer you is that after nearly 28 years in practice, I find my brothers at the Bar less hostile than that former colleague or repugnant Rush. "