This sure makes all today's solemn "remembrance" a hollow joke.
More lazy reporting and outright lying by our media as they do their best to sensationalize rather than report on the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Here we go again with more fearmongering from Fox and crazy-eyes, lying wingnut Rep. Michele Bachmann. The scandal-mongering continues with more attacks on the IRS. Death panels are back with a whole new twist.
Republicans didn’t set out to have a war on women; they wanted a war on religion. Their intention was to march two Republican-created boogiemen into a battle that would make the War on Christmas cringe: ObamaCare and ObamaIsAMuslim. The Affordable
Bill O'Reilly Attacks Sandra Fluke For Dressing Well And Taking Vacations While Advocating For Affordable Birth Control
Apparently Bill O'Reilly thinks that you should not be allowed to advocate for affordable access to birth control pills and contraception for anyone else if you yourself are either... able to afford to dress nicely, able to afford to go on vacation,
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum told CNN's Wolf Blitzer last week that birth control is cheap and therefore should not be covered by insurance plans: In an interview with CNN on Friday, Santorum also defended his opposition to