Democrats have been talking up a Republican "war on women" for weeks, pointing to GOP opposition to President Obama's mandate that insurance plans provide free contraception, as well as to Republican support for defunding Planned Parenthood and the slew of harsh anti-abortion laws being passed in GOP-led states. Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney spent the first day of the general election campaign inverting the meme, accusing Obama of waging the "real war on women," since, as Team Romney says, 92.
President Obama stands with Planned Parenthood and against the Republican war on women On Thursday, President Obama delivered a message of support to Planned Parenthood, highlighting the vital role it plays in providing health care ... Read Post
High-profile Democrat women are hitting back against the GOP’s opposition to the Obama administration’s new rule requiring insurers and employers to offer contraception in their health care benefit plans. Obama exempts houses of wor... Read Post
Fox News' fabricated claim that President Obama is waging a "war on religion" by mandating that health insurance providers cover women's reproductive health care today became the central focus of Mitt Romney's campaign when the GOP ... Read Post