Federal Judge Usurps Parental Authority With Government Tyranny!
John Lillipop | May 2, 2013
By John W. Lillpop
Just how in the hell have we, oh so proud of our individual freedoms and liberty, allowed the wretched federal government to take the place of loving parents when it comes to influencing the sexual choices and behavior of young teenage girls?
Until this past Tuesday, girls under 16 seeking redemption from the unintended consequences of unprotected bliss the night before, via a “Morning After” pill, were required to secure a doctor’s medical prescription and, presumably, explain their frolicking to concerned parent(s).
All of that changed as reported at the reference:
On April 5, Judge Edward Korman, from the Eastern District of New York, gave the FDA 30 days to remove age restrictions on the sale of emergency contraception, such as Plan B One-Step. Until now, girls 16 and younger needed a doctor's prescription to get the pill, which typically works if taken within 72 hours after intercourse.GD tyranny courtesy of activist fascism by Judge Korman!
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration late Tuesday approved the over-the-counter sale of Plan B One-Step, a version of the so-called "morning after" pill, for use as emergency contraception by girls and women aged 15 and older.”
Just why in the name of suffering humanity should a federal judge be empowered to impose his or her values above those of parents in the lives of teenage girls?
Why are these sorts of decisions not left where they belong—in the hands of the involved parents?
With his decree, Judge Korman has demonstrated government disregard for parental rights and values.
Who the hell is this interloping creep and what can be done to send this black-robed freak to Coventry for a much needed lesson in morality?
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