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Jon Stewart on Republican fight against birth control

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Yeah, what he said.

Noted: If Rick Santorum knocks off Romney this and other dubious pronouncements on women's issues will create a monster of a gender gap in Obama's favor.

Republicans and their allies in the ministry, such as the Arkansas Family Council, have fallen back on the big lie — that mandatory health insurance coverage for preventive care is somehow a violation of religious freedom. It is only if you think freedom means you should be free to impose your religious beliefs on other people.

Think I jest? Check this report on Senate Republican effort to let employers vote up/down on ANY health care option they find objectionable. They're talking about trying to attach it to the highway bill.

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