How do you know that anti-choice politicians are waging a War on Women?
Because they have to keep denying that the War on Women is real.
On Friday, anti-choice House Speaker John Boehner claimed the War on Women that he started was "entirely created by my colleagues across the aisle for political gain."
Then, there was yesterday's clash on NBC's "Meet the Press."
Alex Castellanos, a former Romney campaign strategist, told Rachel Maddow there was no War on Women.
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