I’ve grown quite weary of listening to Cecile Richards and Kathleen Sebelius drone on about their supposed concern for my “reproductive choices” and my “health care”. Haven’t you? They remind me of those little dolls I used to play with as a child–the dolls that came with a string attached that, when pulled, would play a recorded message like “feed me” or “I need a drink of water.” The messages never changed and, after awhile, I lost interest and stopped pulling the string.
The big difference here is painfully obvious; these media dolls have the ability to pull their own strings.
It is a curious and frustrating thing that for two bright and well-educated women, in their overwhelming concern for women’s “health care” and their tireless (and well paid) work on behalf of “women’s issues”, they appear incapable of envisioning a solution that doesn’t revolve around abortion and contraception.
It’s as if they have never met an abortion they couldn’t profit from, nor a contraceptive they couldn’t wait to peddle.