"Why can’t they [women who have sex] take responsibility for their own life?
[His guest asked, “But why should we pay for a man’s Viagra?”]
[Hannity replied] Because that actually is a medical problem versus a choice to have sex."
Fox News’ Sean Hannity this week did a segment on covering contraception without a copay as preventive health care. Told that that “unintended pregnancies in America cost us up to $11 billion a year,” and that this modest step in support of women’s health will make a big difference, Hannity replied, “It is not about women’s health, it is about birth control.” Later in the segment, the host stressed the notion that if people want to use birth control, it shouldn’t be covered as part of preventive services provided for free.