Here's a few facts that are irrefutable, and the sooner the conservative political movement in America understands them, the better;
1. Woman are people, too. Trying to bar contraceptive coverage while still covering Viagra, and using moral grounds to do so, just makes your misogyny plain for all the rest of us to see.
2. Gay people are people, also, and should have every right heterosexuals enjoy. Too many states have passed laws legalizing same sex marriage to go back now. Any holdouts are exposing themselves similarly as bigots and close minded assholes.
3. Rich people have to pay their fair share. We collectively create America; it was not endowed on us by rich folks, nor did it trickle down. It was built with the blood and sweat of rich and poor alike, and thus belongs to all of us, privileged or not. To think those with wealth should get out of societal commitments like appropriate taxation is ludicrous.
4. Dumb people need to stay out of intelligent debates. Face it, the future is here. The time for the snake worshippers and astrologer types is fading. Leave it to those who care, and have the capacity and will to learn the facts, to work governing. Trying to govern has left the American Right looking like the bunch of money-hungry, judgmental, fact-deprived hypocrites they all seem to truly be.
5. Religion may be a way of life, guiding force, and all encompassing cop out for you, but for some, it just looks like a convenient way to justify wagging your finger is someone else's face and telling them how to live. Try to remember that reason rules the day, now, for most of the rest of us, not any one particular god. Praying doesn't turn on the lights, split the atom, or help us find the Higgs boson, so I don't see how it's going to affect anything else outside of wishful thinking for those who truly believe. I get the same effect from being relentlessly cheerful, without the added benefit of religious guilt over "sins."
(Ok that last one was less a fact for some--though not for me--but still irrefutable, at least in the sense that supernatural powers have not been shown to have any effect on human endeavors. Religions should stick to the realm of compassion and leave public policy to government, which is, for the most part, inclusive, as the average religious text was not a participatory document.)