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Letter on contraception and teens played fast and loose with the facts

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Letter on contraception and teens played fast and loose with the facts As a physician assistant with over 32 years’ experience in women’s health, including 10 with Planned Parenthood, I had to respond to the Nov. 8 letter [“Gov’t shouldn’t push contraceptives on teens”], which used broad statements to mislead readers about contraceptive use by teenagers. The letter argued against easier access to contraception: “Contraceptives are offered free through the national health system in England, ...

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December 1, 2012
7:04 a.m.

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People that call for higher taxes rather than resposible spending are socialists, period.

December 1, 2012
8:41 a.m.

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Obama needs more money for Solyndra and shovel ready government jobs.

December 1, 2012
10:24 a.m.

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Lee, please don't speak for everyone, when you claim that football symbolizes your soul. It is, indeed, boring - a bunch of grown men trying to knock each other down like bowling pins. They can only make one play at a time without stopping to figure out what to do next; when given a generous time allotment, they can't manage to finish on time.

I'm sure you (and others) are outraged by these descriptions, but in reality pro football (baseball, etc.) is not a sport - it's a business, and the "players" are highly paid entertainers. They don't get paid for "historic acts of sportsmanship", they get paid to WIN. When it's time to determine which teams go to the playoffs (big bucks), wins and losses are the only considerations - sportsmanship won't matter. Have you seen a trophy for "they didn't win, but they were great guys!"?