All major pharmaceutical companies are trying to outbid each other offering congressman Todd Akin of Missouri undisclosed amount of money for the formula to the rape spermicide,with which they expect to revolutionize birth control and corner the contraceptive market.
Mr. Akin is too dense to consider the offer. However, such pharmaceutical companies should override him and present the rape spermicide to a wide market. This is crucial and necessary! Besides that, pharmaceutical companies should invent advanced male contraceptive methods such as the male implant and pill but I am digressing regarding the issue at hand. To reiterate, pharmaceutical companies should just override Mr. Akin and just push the rape spermicide period. Why should women be victimized again because of the act of rape.
Someone, anyone who is against this concept has a tweeked brain. I get the whole conception/religious points of view. And they are not, they are pinpoints of view with binoculars backwards. How could anyone's God want a life born under heinous circumstances. The woman should be in complete control of the outcome. I am a man, I cannot give birth or nurse. I should shut up except to do what I can to protect the woman's rights. I have absolute faith that my best buddy Jesus agrees with me.
If there's a way to milk this for large amounts of money, leave it to a Republican to do so.
But I was under the impression that this was more of a mechanical "shut down" process.
Still should be bottled and made available.
But not through Planned Parenthood.
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