In the still unlikely event he’s the nominee, he’s going to be hit hard on this one: He’s not just opposed to contraception in his private life, or to forcing it on religious institutions, but to insurance paying for it at all. He probably thinks businesses can make their own decisions on the point — but he’s may have a tough time explaining that to women in October.
So does Planned Parenthood. Is the center holding?
The White House works to hold the center.
This is real and it’s on the campus of Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania. It’s only available to students, who are all older than 17, and it’s stocked with Plan B pills for $25 a pop. Can I also get a Whatchamacallit and some Cheetos?
The Obama campaign responds to Romney’s attacks. ” Mitt Romney is attacking the President for providing women with the same access to contraception and preventive health care services Romney did as governor.” The Romney campaign disputes the account, noting that Romney faced an overwhelmingly Democratic state legislature.
Line of the night, funniest thing he’s ever said, or both?