March 15th, 2012
11:44 PM ET

Video: Political war on women?

The controversy over contraception is elevating the issue of women's health in the presidential race.

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  1. Perk

    Go get HIllary Clinton on this topic ? At the end of the day, it's a choice and that's freedom in America. We don't need the Federal Govt. involved. Your choice as an "American Woman "to make individually,morally and ethically. Your values ,your standards and your choice and that none of your business federal govt. The the old school may say,why buy the cow if the milk is free.

    March 16, 2012 at 6:50 pm |
  2. Skye Patterson

    So... If you follow through on this thought process that an employer does not have to provide birth control products for women in their health insurance, because it is against their religion, then it would lead to Christian Scientists employees wouldn't have to provide ANY health insurance for their employees because they do not believe in using any medicine/surgery.

    March 16, 2012 at 11:35 am |
  3. carrie

    I do believe that President Obama made it political/personal when he called Sandra Fluke. When a President personally gets involved and he is spear heading this issue and the democrates back him and then spin it saying its a women's issues and not about religious liberties is a lie. You can say anything, but actions speak louder than words. Attacking and forcing a religious organization to participate when its against their beliefs is denying religious freedom. Our Religious liberties are being stomped on. Its not about denying women birth control its about forcing different groups to go against their beliefs. I'm honored to be a catholic women. It means something to me. Why are the democrates trying to take a way our right to choose? To choose whether to participate or not to participate is Freedom.

    March 16, 2012 at 7:56 am |