Fox News contributor Liz Cheney asserted on Sunday that the government's legal argument that would have forced Hobby Lobby to cover emergency contraception for its female employees was "abortion rights trump everything."
Hobby Lobby's "religious values" don't extend to objecting to "family planning" and forced abortions in China.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham on Tuesday said that the Obama administration "empowers men who want to abuse women" by <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/06/10/breakings-feds-to-allow-over-the-counter-plan-b-sales/">complying with a court order</a> to allow over-the-counter emergency contraception sales to women and girls of any age.
A Republican congressman from North Dakota blames legalized abortion for just about everything, including rainy days and Mondays, no doubt!
A regular Fox News commentator on Sunday said that teen pregnancies should be "celebrated," and pointed to President Barack Obama's speech to Planned Parenthood and the alleged horrific crimes of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell as part of "what’s wrong with our culture."
Republican strategist Brad Blakeman on Friday said that President Barack Obama was complicit in encouraging criminal activity because he supported contraception for young women.
The panel on Fox's The Five apparently are unaware that emergency birth control has nothing to do with protecting rapists and everything to do with making sure we prevent as many unwanted pregnancies as possible.
As Chris Hayes explains in his opening segment from this Friday evening, a federal judge has overturned the Obama administration's current restrictions on Plan B emergency contraception and written a scathing critique of their "bad faith" in politicizing the issue.
As Think Progress noted, after complaining and fearmongering about the mandate that will require insurance companies to cover the cost of contraceptives at no cost, and lying and calling emergency contraception "an abortion pill," which it's not,
When I watched this segment from Rachel Maddow's show this Friday evening, I was left wondering if she had read either of these two posts before her show because they hit on all the same points. From Mother Jones -- Dear Rush Limbaugh: Birth
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