U.S. rams through its Birth Control Mandate at the UN

Friday Fax: US Bullies “Contraceptive Mandate” on International Community.

Obama will bend over for other nations on such things as national security, but his birth control-abortion-sterilization mandate is non-negotiable.

Using a thing mechanism called the Chairman’s text, which allows next to no time for other delegates to view the contents or comment on it, the views of the U.S. on “reproductive rights” were formed into a U N Resolution on Maternal Mortality. This year the limited meeting for other nations to comment was also held off site at the U.S. mission. (Does this seem similar to the Obama Care legislative process?)

Developing nations rejected another document, from the U.S. on the Status of Women, over similar language that they felt would expand the push for abortion. This is regarded as backlash against the U.S. due to its method of pushing through the Obama birth control agenda in the Maternal Mortality resolution.

Unsigned NYT Editorial Wanders from Birth Control to Sonograms

Birth Control and Reproductive Rights – NYTimes.com.

Some anonymous leftie at the New York Times praises Obama’s decision to trample on the human rights of religiously affiliated health care employers.   The article wanders from this to weeping about those who oppose being made to pay for the recreational drugs and abortions desired by others.

Yes, birth control pills, when used for that purpose are recreational drugs,  and almost all abortions are recreational procedures.   They are optional, and support the  pursuit of  sex  as a mini-vacation, purely for the fun of it.

This short editorial covers a lot of territory, moving next to  the  Texas rule  mandating sonograms before abortions  (allowing detection of ectopic pregnancies, and permitting more safety for the woman.)  This regulation  does not mandate that a woman be shown her sonogram, but does require  that  basic information be offered to her  in order to support  informed consent for the abortion procedure.

It is vastly amusing to see a leftist decrying “intrusion into the doctor patient relationship”.  Medicare, medicaid and thousands of health care regulations are all about government standing between the patient and the physician.  The vast majority of this intrusion has been at the behest of the leftists.   One measure to provide for patient safety and informed consent  with respect to abortion causes these same people to go ballistic.