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  • newsguygeorge added a comment

    If these idiots are going to legislate birth control, then every member of congress (notice I didn't capitalize as a form of disrespect) should file informational items that reveal the following: 1. Certify how many times a week they have sex with their spouse. 2. Certify how many times a week they have sex with their illicit lover(s) and whether the lover is of the same or opposite sex. 3. Certify which positions they use and how many times per week in each position for each of their lovers. 4. Whether, if they have a fertile partner, they use birth control and what kind of birth control. 5. Certify whether any member of their family or close associate, including female lover(s), have gotten pregnant and the disposition of the pregnancy. 6. Provide the same contraceptive benefits to themselves and federal employees that they impose or restrict by legislation for the general public. The filings should be in the form of an affidavit so that if found untrue, the congress person can be prosecuted for perjury.