RH Bill will Make Condom Manufacturers Happy

So, if the RH Bill becomes law, where will the government pour our money? The answer is this:
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Condoms and RH Bill

Pouring money on artificial contraceptive tools like condom will just waste our money. Why? Because the money that should have been used for important things like education, farm-to-market roads, tourist infrastructures will be given to manufacturers of condoms.

In the end, we will are still stuck in the same problem of poverty while condom manufacturers are happy with the sudden increase of their income because the government purchased all of their wares.

Watch the "How RH Bill will Waste Our Money" video for more information.

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10 comments:

  1. We have the same view about this Ish, galing, I don't also wan't my taxes go to condom and contraception!

    This is also my latest entry! :)

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  2. Tama ka d'yan Steve.

    Available naman ang condom na yan sa mga tindahan diyan sa tabi-tabi. Bakit kailangan pa ang gobyerno ang bumili ng mga ito? Sayang ang pondo ng bayan. Mas marami pang dapat paglaanan yung pondo.

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  3. tama.sigurado yan. Sila lang ang makikinabang diyan.wala ng iba pa.

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  4. The best and only fool-proof contraceptive for Catholics - ABSTAIN!

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  5. You have the point...buti p magpaligate na lang hahaha! just kidding! :)

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  6. Diamond

    Tama!!!!

    STP

    You are correct. That's why the Church teaches Catholics to be more responsible with their lives. Being able to subdue your sexual desires shows that you are strong and responsible enough.

    Jag

    Salamat sa pagbisita.

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  7. Damn, you are all just so unbelievably intelligent.

    (sense the sarcasm)

    Did you know that maybe it's not just about you, the individual, but about the whole system working efficiently so that you can benefit from this. If we pass the RH BILL, there will be less under-privileged and less educated people roaming the street, making the Philippines a more efficient system.

    And the RH bill budget doesn't necessarily go to condoms, which, by the way does not cost too much money. The budget goes into educating the public on basic knowledge. That being sex and reproduction. An unavoidable human condition that people need to be educated about.

    So I implore you, the blog writer to reconsider such a narrow minded layout of condoms, and propaganda stating RH BILL funds go into condoms.

    Why don't you read more about it before posting something like this, which, frankly, makes you look like you're misinformed. Like many other Filipino's, actually.

    Please understand the whole bill before you assume it is just about condoms.

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  8. I am so glad to be graced by your wisdom Danni. Who am I but a poor blogger to have have the honor of receiving a lengthy comment from such a wise being. What can I do but whimper.

    So here is my whimper:

    You said:

    "Did you know that maybe it's not just about you, the individual, but about the whole system working efficiently so that you can benefit from this. If we pass the RH BILL, there will be less under-privileged and less educated people roaming the street, making the Philippines a more efficient system."

    So, how can the RH Bill make the whole system work efficiently? Isn't the goal of RH Bill is to reduce the number of people, especially the poor? Isn't the RH Bill's goal is to sterilize these poor people because they are poor and many of you can't believe that they contribute to the growth of our economy?

    What do you believe is the cause of inefficiency in the system. Is is the poor? Don't you think that it is the rich, or rather the elite who cause the inefficiency. Aren't they the one who keep the government corrupt because they benefit from it?

    Does reducing the number of poor people reduce the greed of these corrupt people? Hell no!

    Then you told me:

    "And the RH bill budget doesn't necessarily go to condoms, which, by the way does not cost too much money. The budget goes into educating the public on basic knowledge. That being sex and reproduction. An unavoidable human condition that people need to be educated about."

    Oh really? How many condoms does DOH plan to give away. Don't you think that the total will still be expensive? Oh, you never thought of that? Ha ha.

    Sex education? Just look at America and see what "sex education" did for the American people? There are more abortions even if the high school students were taught how to use condoms and pills.

    You also told me:

    "So I implore you, the blog writer to reconsider such a narrow minded layout of condoms, and propaganda stating RH BILL funds go into condoms."

    You kidding me, right? You want me to change my stand just because you gave some silly arguments. You are the one who needs to study the RH Bill.

    I suggest that you go back here with better arguments.

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  9. True, Manufacturers will surely benefit from this RH Bill.
    Thank you for this. I will share this photo in my fb account. :)

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