Friday, September 26, 2014

Rich Lowry on the increasingly ridiculous assertion that Republicans are waging a "war on women":

It's as if the faculty of the women's and gender-studies department at Wellesley runs the Democratic party. The assumption is that women are strong and independent - just don't say the wrong word around them, or they will get the vapors. [. . .]

The Colorado Senate race has been so focused on abortion and contraception, it could be mistaken for a leadership election of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Playing defense, Republican Cory Gardner is one of a handful of GOP candidates who have come out in favor of over-the-counter birth control. It is a testament to the endless malleability of the war on women that this innocuous proposal to provide readier access to birth control is itself taken as a dastardly plot against women.


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