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The furor over the president's controversial rule that would compel the Catholic Church to foot the bill for employee birth control.
Ignores one important point.
What do women want.
And what women are we talking about anyway.
The voices from congress defending the decision yesterday from the floor of the senate.
Were women now a certain age defending -- view that was home -- the womens' rights movement of the 197 days.
That women's empowerment is -- fundamentally about women's control of their own bodies.
In their view pregnancy is that medical condition that should be -- -- With all respect to the women who have blazed this trail.
Look you want and birth control is readily accessible.
College students can get the morning after pill from a vending machine on one college campus.
And in high school in grade school kids learn about the birds and the bees in the classroom.
Birth control pills are widely available through women's clinics Planned Parenthood offices and -- colleges.
Don't have the 540 dollars a month to pay Planned Parenthood will help you -- in reduce costs through special programs.
Look fighting for women's health by cheapening birth control he's yesterday's battle.
Women's economic and social status had been transformed.
We're not only child -- and housekeepers anymore where the pillars of family finance and the center of the American economy.
For example women have not only caught up with men in college attendance but younger women are now more likely than younger men.
To have a college degree or master's degree.
What's more there is a role reversal slowly occurring across the dining room tables of Americans today 22%.
Of working 122%.
Earn more than their husbands compared -- just 4% weight back in 1970.
Now the biggest threat to women's -- these days is an unwanted pregnancy for goodness sake it's -- disease.
It accounts for 27% of all women deaths killing more women than all forms of cancer combined.
Again we're fighting yesterday's more.
And that frankly is a problem that I have with most of the major Obama initiatives.
Universal health care a longtime priority of the left and yet and I DND -- and Great Britain is too expensive.
Green energy initiatives also stuck in the seventies abundant and cheap energy from our own shale oil is creating a boom in the nation's west.
But the president won't even approve a pipeline to allow cheaper shale oil holding -- pumped in from Canada.
The seven these are over thanking god let's solve today's problems.
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