Oh, yes. It's going to be a GREAT day if he gets elected President, because guess what? You'll be *required* to go to the doctor, comrade! You'd better be "checked out to make sure everything's ok" each year. Mm-hmm. They will "make sure" to refer you for birth control and track your last period religiously. I hear of such things going on in China, you know.
Already here in America you can't go to the OB without hearing about, "And what are you doing to prevent pregnancy after the baby is born?" as if it were MANDATORY to prevent pregnancy. Just assumed that one would NOT want another child. And it doesn't matter what your answer to the doctor is, comrade. They will ask you again after the next baby is born, "just in case you've changed your mind." Now, when I was a kid, we called such behaviour bullying. They call it good medical care. Good luck finding someone on your insurance plan who does NOT practice this good medical care... how much harder will things be when our insurer is the government??
OK, how would these doctors like to be asked at each of THEIR appointments what they were doing to prepare for their next infant? And their answer will not be listened to for "next time." Just every appointment, push those prenatals and maybe give an infant formula ad or something LOL! Maybe throw in a few nosy questions about, I see you haven't conceived lately, let's talk about timing intercourse or how stress affects your fertility ...
Then make sure EVERY doctor does that. See how they like *that* treatment. Listening to the patient works both ways, you know.
Anyway... back to the story, folks... Here's the link:
Yep, the story also contains a little blurb about how Edwards is *never* gonna buy another SUV again. Wow-ee good for him. Can he move into an energy-efficient 1500-square foot house while he's at it? Because surely if my dh and I can find room in our 2200 square foot house for SIX kids, he can find room for his little pack in 1500 square feet.