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You is they say Republican war on limited.
Now it's not a Republican war on woman and I should say now only my lawyer I'm Catholic.
-- -- -- -- Two children so I know a little bit about reproductive health and whether it's a war on women first of bomb.
And if you know -- -- this debate I don't think we can say.
More than enough.
That I don't think now one Republican who spoken on this issue.
Or wants to cut back on re protected access -- protected health benefits for women that's not what it's about and if you in fact Jonathan and believe that democratic talking point.
That over you -- 98%.
Of women in this country Catholic or otherwise.
Are using some summer birth control then we know that in this country.
We don't have a problem with access you can go to -- community based clinic you can go to Planned Parenthood.
And you can get birth control based on the sliding scale basis and that means sliding scale depending on how much money you make.
You can purchase birth control base and on.
What your salary is now what this is all -- out.
Is this administration.
Continuing to happen in the -- -- -- And continued to cut back on religious freedom why how how can this administration.
Four X -- private sector company to provide.
A free benefit.
-- their employees.
Jonathan there's nothing in healthcare that's free.
Someone is going to have to pay for that benefit and this cuts to that call are.
Of the problem with Obama care and this is why.
Over 50% of Americans still feel.
They'll chronic care is wrong because they don't like the government telling private sector and telling us what to do all right Steve.
Is it a war limit and if so is this an opportunity to President Obama and the Democrats look.
It's Cheryl and says Republicans may not want got access to contraception that's actually what there.
Actions exactly what do everything that she talked about.
You know -- access.
Community -- -- -- paramedics that are would in fact be guided by the federal government.
-- -- -- Had Planned Parenthood which they've been trying to do for at least two years now over and over and over again and you know.
But I will make a determination as to whether or not they have a war on women.
But I can tell you that.
You know social issues along with economic issues are clearly driving women away from a Republican Party -- in poll after poll after poll.
Particularly during this debate shows that independent women who Republicans did very well among over economic issues in 2010.
Are are fleeing the Republican Party and the longer this debate goes on in these kinds of you know some of tricks them and gimmicks but at state legislatures get national attention.
You know the more they're gonna continue to flee the Republican Party in advance of the -- of the twentieth twelve election I.
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