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Against the Arbitrary Obstacle Course

[ 10 ] March 3, 2012 |

A petition worth signing.

In a related story, the set of abortion regulations about to become law in Virginia is still really terrible policy.

…I like this response, although surely to be truly equitable men seeking any kind of reproductive care should be required to undergo a colonoscopy. As Tyler Cowen and Megan McArdle would surely agree, it’s just about being an informed consumer.

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  1. Spud says:

    My take on this is best exemplified by a sign which was carried by Oklahoma State Senator Judy McIntyre

  2. Honorable..BOB says:

    No right is absolute. Especially one that is not explicit, but is an implied right based upon another implied right.

    So get over it.

  3. RepubAnon says:

    Actually, all male Republican legislators should be forced to have cystoscopies instead – just to check on the health of their bladders and maybe check the prostate from the inside.

    See, in a cystoscopy – an instrument is inserted into the urinary tract all the way up into the bladder. In males, this is done by inserting the cystoscope into the penis – a somewhat uncomfortable bit of role reversal for that organ.

    To quote The Mikado: It is my very humane endeavor to make, to some extent, each evil liver a running river of harmless merriment…

    • R Johnston says:

      All legislators pruriently concerned with controlling what women do with their lady bits should be force fed Brie and refused water until the calcium, salt, and dehydration cause a kidney stone to form and pass. Every time they vote to force a pregnancy or for policies that limit women’s ability to control their own fertility the process should be repeated.

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