Monday, June 25, 2007

when connecticut bishops

are able to get pregnant, THEN and ONLY THEN will their comments on plan b be worth anything

Conn. bishops claim Plan B law takes shot at religious freedom

By Susan Haigh, Associated Press Writer

HARTFORD, Conn. --Victim advocates cheered a recent bill requiring all Connecticut hospitals to offer emergency contraception to rape victims, but Roman Catholic leaders see it as the beginning of a new national assault on religious freedom.
The bishops in this heavily Catholic but pro-choice state say the legislation, already signed into law by the Republican governor, could force Connecticut's four Catholic hospitals to perform what they consider chemical abortions.
An attorney for the hospitals said they are considering state or federal legal action claiming the new law that takes effect Oct. 1 infringes on their constitutional rights.............

4 comments:

Connecticut Man 1 said...

77% of anti-choice (anti-women?) leaders are men... 100% of those men will never get pregnant.

a rose is a rose said...

there you go crystalizing my thoughts again...........

Connecticut Man 1 said...

I stole that thought from a pic that I yanked off of someone else's diary and used in a post awhile back...

So, to be honest, another smart woman crystalized your thoughts. I just happen to share the same view. :)

a rose is a rose said...

we don't steal oh connecticut man, we APPROPRIATE