|Piling on to the conservative apoplexia over the Obama administration's recent ruling that insurance companies should cover birth control without co-pays, Fox News host Sean Hannity slammed the policy last night for encouraging 'screwing around,' but defended coverage of Viagra. Taking a bold stance again reason, Hannity said, 'I don't care about the scientists' who recommended the move and insisted that the birth control is 'not a women's health issue.' Asked how he felt about insurance companies covering male enhancement medication, Hannity strongly defended the practice, saying, 'That is a medical problem!'
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