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November 19, 2012

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Adamakis

/ "...wanting to do away with contraception. Their attempts to make access to contraception more difficult for women have been ongoing for years, and they would criminalize certain forms of contraception." /

difficult = not paid for by others

certain forms of contraception = abortion

abortion = "the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus"~~Merriam-Webster

Joe

GOP: every complicated problem has a simple unworkable solution. Cruz mines this vein like every other shallow tea partier I have heard. Ignorance is a badge of honor with those folks. I am enjoying watching the GOP and their "ideas that work" swirl down the toilet of history.

bob

I wonder where Cruz falls on the political spectrum of the Federalist Society. He's clearly wrong about conservatives not wanting to do away with contraception. Their attempts to make access to contraception more difficult for women have been ongoing for years, and they would criminalize certain forms of contraception.

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