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March 7, 2012

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Jay

I'm in my 70s now but back in the 70s - when I was in my 30s - I hung with Marxists in Palo Alto, CA for about two years. My "squeeze" at the time self-described as a "communist with a small "c", meaning she wasn't a Stalinist. I didn't think to ask about Mao, Pol Pot, et. al. I attended meetings, parties and even weekend retreats in N. California about Marxism, talked the talk with my commie squeeze, learned about Saul Alinsky and eventually came to realize how vile Marxists are on first a personal level - try disagreeing with one - and then on a political level.
There's never been a time when I didn't believe Obama was a Marxist. And I have tried (usually unsuccessfully) to convince others of that via the "It takes one to know one" route.
Which gave me this idea for a cartoon. What do you think of it as an idea for a cartoon?http://www.thefrogpot.com/Cartoon_Idea.html

Benjamin Mitchell

This is half right, Nobody is forcing anyone to buy birth control.

Alex Hoffman

Benjamin,

Obamacare forces everyone to buy health insurance. Obamacare also mandates that birth control be covered by all insurance plans with no copay. Thus, whether you are actually using birth control or not, you are certainly paying for it.

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