Kentucky lawmaker's Viagra bill would require wife's permission

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State View Post
    See, it's the gotcha game.

    And as I said earlier, Mary Lou Marzian's bill is nothing but a waste of time and taxpayer money, she's looking for her 15 minutes of fame, that's all. If she and all the "it's a woman's body and her choice to do what she wants with it" crowd really felt that way they'd be fighting for their right to prostitution if they wanted to do so.
    At least you know if anyone "tries to take our guns" I will be right there with you fighting them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State View Post
    Again, it doesn't obstruct them from getting an abortion. That's a poor argument.
    Sure it does. One more obstacle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State View Post
    Again, it doesn't obstruct them from getting an abortion. That's a poor argument.
    Then what is the point of the legislation again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    Then what is the point of the legislation again?
    To bully women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State View Post
    I agree. So why is there no argument for a woman's rights when it comes to prostitution?
    Because they are obviously victims in one case and educated in the other....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    To bully women.
    Hardly, that's one woman's opinion, but you and I both know it's primary purpose has nothing to do with bullying women...it's definitely a soap box agenda, which, in my opinion, cheapens the entire debate....

    I get that old Hag couldn't get someone to take Viagra and hang around for 4 hours anyway....

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    Way to waste time and effort Mary Lou. Ignorant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    How do you feel about the Federal Government collecting every text, every email, every phone call (audio recording), every place you travel, every person you associate with, everything you buy, every search engine request, every website visited, every medical record, etc. of every American Citizen?
    In order to make your over-reaching analogy even remotely relevant to the topic, we would have to assume that I was suspected of being ready to carry out a planned homicide. So, if we assume that the authorities feel that it is a matter of life and death and that by surveilling me they may be able to prevent a homicide...Then yes. I'm good with that. But only for me. Not every citizen in the United States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    To bully women.
    Much more likely that it is an attempt to save the life of an innocent child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    Then what is the point of the legislation again?
    Opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoozYoDaddy View Post
    In order to make your over-reaching analogy even remotely relevant to the topic, we would have to assume that I was suspected of being ready to carry out a planned homicide. So, if we assume that the authorities feel that it is a matter of life and death and that by surveilling me they may be able to prevent a homicide...Then yes. I'm good with that. But only for me. Not every citizen in the United States.
    You are late to the party.

    Our Federal Government has been collecting much of that information on each of us for nearly 15 years all in the name of protecting us.

    =========================

    What Data We Collect

    Every day, people leave a digital trail of electronic breadcrumbs as they go about their daily routine. They go to work using electronic fare cards; drive through intersections with traffic cameras; walk down the street past security cameras; surf the internet; pay for purchases with credit/debit cards; text or call their friends; and on and on.

    There is no way to predict in advance which crucial piece of data will be the key to revealing a potential plot. The standard operating procedure for the Domestic Surveillance Directorate is to "collect all available information from all available sources all the time, every time, always".

    In the spirit of openness and transparency, here is a partial list of current and planned future data collection targets:

    • internet searches (ie; here's a collection of searches by Federal Government workers)
    • websites visited
    • emails sent and received
    • social media activity (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
    • blogging activity including posts read, written, and commented on - View our patent
    • videos watched and/or uploaded online
    • photos viewed and/or uploaded online
    • mobile phone GPS-location data
    • mobile phone apps downloaded
    • phone call records - View our patent
    • text messages sent and received
    • Skype video calls
    • online purchases and auction transactions
    • credit card/ debit card transactions
    • financial information
    • legal documents
    • travel documents
    • health records
    • cable television shows watched and recorded
    • commuter toll records
    • electronic bus and subway passes / Smartpasses
    • facial recognition data from surveillance cameras
    • educational records
    • arrest records
    • driver license information

    https://nsa.gov1.info/data/

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    You are late to the party.

    Our Federal Government has been collecting much of that information on each of us for nearly 15 years all in the name of protecting us.

    =========================

    What Data We Collect

    Every day, people leave a digital trail of electronic breadcrumbs as they go about their daily routine. They go to work using electronic fare cards; drive through intersections with traffic cameras; walk down the street past security cameras; surf the internet; pay for purchases with credit/debit cards; text or call their friends; and on and on.

    There is no way to predict in advance which crucial piece of data will be the key to revealing a potential plot. The standard operating procedure for the Domestic Surveillance Directorate is to "collect all available information from all available sources all the time, every time, always".

    In the spirit of openness and transparency, here is a partial list of current and planned future data collection targets:

    • internet searches (ie; here's a collection of searches by Federal Government workers)
    • websites visited
    • emails sent and received
    • social media activity (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
    • blogging activity including posts read, written, and commented on - View our patent
    • videos watched and/or uploaded online
    • photos viewed and/or uploaded online
    • mobile phone GPS-location data
    • mobile phone apps downloaded
    • phone call records - View our patent
    • text messages sent and received
    • Skype video calls
    • online purchases and auction transactions
    • credit card/ debit card transactions
    • financial information
    • legal documents
    • travel documents
    • health records
    • cable television shows watched and recorded
    • commuter toll records
    • electronic bus and subway passes / Smartpasses
    • facial recognition data from surveillance cameras
    • educational records
    • arrest records
    • driver license information

    https://nsa.gov1.info/data/
    Well, there's one less thing Randy has to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    You are late to the party.

    Our Federal Government has been collecting much of that information on each of us for nearly 15 years all in the name of protecting us.

    =========================

    What Data We Collect

    Every day, people leave a digital trail of electronic breadcrumbs as they go about their daily routine. They go to work using electronic fare cards; drive through intersections with traffic cameras; walk down the street past security cameras; surf the internet; pay for purchases with credit/debit cards; text or call their friends; and on and on.

    There is no way to predict in advance which crucial piece of data will be the key to revealing a potential plot. The standard operating procedure for the Domestic Surveillance Directorate is to "collect all available information from all available sources all the time, every time, always".

    In the spirit of openness and transparency, here is a partial list of current and planned future data collection targets:

    • internet searches (ie; here's a collection of searches by Federal Government workers)
    • websites visited
    • emails sent and received
    • social media activity (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
    • blogging activity including posts read, written, and commented on - View our patent
    • videos watched and/or uploaded online
    • photos viewed and/or uploaded online
    • mobile phone GPS-location data
    • mobile phone apps downloaded
    • phone call records - View our patent
    • text messages sent and received
    • Skype video calls
    • online purchases and auction transactions
    • credit card/ debit card transactions
    • financial information
    • legal documents
    • travel documents
    • health records
    • cable television shows watched and recorded
    • commuter toll records
    • electronic bus and subway passes / Smartpasses
    • facial recognition data from surveillance cameras
    • educational records
    • arrest records
    • driver license information

    https://nsa.gov1.info/data/
    And still not relevant to the point of my argument.

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    Throwing up roadblocks to contraception and the birth of unwanted (that's why there are abortions) children is fine. Erect a hurdle (see what I did there) between a middle-aged horndog and his boner medicine; and all hell breaks loose.

    I understand that the former is a deeply-rooted religious issue for some. But the disconnect with the latter confounds me. What's good for the goose ain't so good for the gander.

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