Bishops Should Mind Their Own Business–This Time

Posted: February 14, 2012 in family values
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I completely agree with allowing the Bishops of the Catholic Church to determine whether Americans should have access to birth control, but they are completely out of line when recommending that unemployment benefits should be extended. They’ve clearly overstepped their cloaks.

I understand that the liberals think that it’s important to reduce the overall cost of health care by reducing unwanted pregnancies and associated complications; however, these health experts can’t compare to a group of supposedly celibate old men in Rome when it comes to matters of a personal nature. Some have said that the Bishops stance of having no problem with Viagra being covered by insurance and not birth control is contradictory, but they’re wrong.

Viagra is needed because of a medical condition, and birth control would prevent some of God’s miraculous children from being born. In other words, there are no unwanted pregnancies. It almost brings a tear to my eye on to think about how many more perfect children could be running around on the earth right now if it weren’t for birth control.

We could all be like the Duggars.

duggar family

But back to the topic at hand: The overreaching of the Bishops when it comes to unemployment benefits.

What the Bishops don’t understand–probably because they spend an inordinate amount of their with hard-working prepubescent altar boys and choir boys–is that people who are on unemployment insurance are there for one reason and one reason only: They’re too lazy to get up off the couch and find a job. It has nothing to do with helping the least among us or being charitable to those in need. It’s just laziness.

The Bishops should mind their own business–this time.

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