Friday, October 19, 2012

If Obama And The Democrats Were Truly Pro Woman ...

The Democrats would work to remove the necessity of obtaining a doctor's prescription for birth control pills.

The birth control pill in various forms and dosages has been in use by American women for 50 years. It is as safe as any other over the counter medicine and its side effects are well known.

Removing the prescription requirement would lower the pill's price, and allow women to obtain contraception without the need to find time in their lives to schedule a doctor's appointment. It would also allow the pill to be sold in other convenient locations, such as grocery stores, etc., and make life a little easier for women.

A no prescription birth control pill would save women time, money and the worry that they will run out before they can see their doctor and have a prescription filled at the pharmacy.

A truly pro woman agenda would try to make women's lives easier, less stressful and less costly.

1 comment :

  1. I really think that removing the doctor's prescription for birth control pills would really help a woman. Those against it think that it would be a source of a new problem, but I think the benefits outweighs the risk involved.