Eugene Delgaudio: "Mad Homosexual Scientist Run Amok-CA infertility bill violates children's rights and all logic"
Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate says:
"Returning to a particularly strange law being discussed in California, we are once more forced to ask, "Why do homosexual couples expect to be able to conceive children in the first place?"
The very nature of nature is being perverted to conform with illogic and kaos.
Someone, anyone, who declares a public "preference" to abstain from procreative acts is infertile, by language or other definition and this self-proclamation on repeated statements on all public forums and media imagined.
Yet the the government of California is planning to compel various medical professionals to spend time reexplaining basic anatomy to a homosexual couple at taxpayer expense. This proposed law would require fertility treatments be offered to couples who physically do not have the equipment to carry a child at all.
Unless it is to simply destroy another successful industry in order to conform to a twisted political lobby bent on special rights and powers that ignore natural logic. There is a possibility under existing medical practices (for fertility among homosexual women) but here is another example of forcing everybody in society to pay for something a majority does not believe is community interest or average citizen health-related issue."
Carl Bunderson of CNA (CNA/EWTN News)reports.- "A California bill ensuring that health care coverage for infertility treatments would be provided to same-sex couples is a violation of the basic human right for a mother and a father, critics charge."
"What we're concerned about is sperm and egg donation in general, for the purpose of creating children," Bill May, president of Catholics for the Common Good, told CNA April 30.
He said the practice deprives these children of "knowing and being cared for by their mother or father, or both. It's a violation of a fundamental human right, and it needs to be stopped."
The bill, AB-460, amends California statute to say that "coverage for the treatment of infertility shall be offered and provided without discrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, domestic partner status, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation."
Health insurance policies in the state must already offer coverage for infertility treatment, except for in vitro fertilization. The bill will mandate that insurance plans for infertility cover same-sex couples and the elderly.