Skip to comments.Alabama demonrat introduces mandatory vasectomy bill: 'It always takes two to tango'
Posted on 02/16/2020 7:50:57 PM PST by Secret-Lecture
Alabama lawmaker responds to abortion ban with mandatory vasectomy bill: 'It always takes two to tango'
In response to last years near-total (and temporarily blocked) abortion ban in Alabama, a state legislator has introduced a bill that would require a man to undergo a vasectomy, at his own expense, within one month of his 50th birthday or the birth of his third biological child, whichever comes first.
House Bill 238, introduced on Thursday by Rep. Rolanda Hollis (D) notes, Under existing law, there are no restrictions on the reproductive rights of men.
The bill, Hollis says in a statement she shared with Yahoo Lifestyle, is meant to neutralize last years abortion ban bill, and sends the message that men should not be legislating what women do with their bodies. Further, she told AL.com, It always takes two to tango. We cant put all the responsibility on women. Men need to be responsible also.
Hollis responded to some of the outcry by including in her statement: Many have seen HB238 as an outrageous overstep; yet, year after year the majority party continues to introduce new legislation that tries to dictate a womans body and her reproductive rights. We should view this as the same outrageous overstep in authority.
She added, Just as I would turn to my doctor over my state legislator to make recommendations when deciding whether or not to have a surgery, or whether or not to take a certain type of medicine, it is my doctor with whom I or any of my loved ones should consult when it comes to making the incredibly difficult decisions related to my personal reproductive rights.
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What happened to MY BODY MY CHOICE?
Have the law apply to men who are not married to the mothers of their children and not paying child support.
This desperate servant of the left is equating elective destruction of life with required prevention of the conception of it (though neither should that take place). The difference is btwn throwing an infant out of "your car" under a bus - even if such is in your car due to your choice - versus choosing not to open the door to them in the first place.
The hell you say! Then how come I'm always paying for other people to dance? Reminds me of Sandra Fluke. She wanted me to pay for her condoms but I never got to deploy one with her. She wanted me to pay for some other guy to get his rocks off with her.
No. You want to tango? You get your dance partner to pay for the aftermath.
These people are nuts.
Under her law, neither of my paternal grandparents would have been allowed to be born--both were the fourth child of their fathers.
Is there a law in that state requiring women to be sterilized?
I think a better one would be:
Introduce a bill that would require a woman, receiving welfare for a non-supported child; to undergo a tubal ligotomy, to avoid taxpayers paying for her to have yet another drain on our economy, by her becoming pregnant again.
As long as I do not have to support them!
“no restrictions on the reproductive rights of men”
Men do not have reproductive rights. If they did, hat would they be? The right to have a child? They right to engage in sex? The right to terminate a pregnancy?
I am serious, what am I missing? Is there any validity to the idea that men have reproductive rights?
There’s a simpler method - Norplant. Same as is implanted in women going into combat.
But, but wait! Democrats claim there are 51 different "genders". How can this be?
Sterilization like this is not God’s plan.
How can a man know how many children he has fathered?
If a man fathered four, what happens then?
In Alabama? Doesn’t this moronic strumpet realize she’s about as far from a libtopian state as one can get? Here’s hoping that voters send her to run a free junkyard in 2022 over this B.S
Now that I think about it, she would probably mess up the junkyard too.
ITS UP TO WOMEN TO GROW A PAIR AND VOTE THIS LUNATIC OUT.
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