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Republican South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley on Tuesday said that the Obama administration had made a mistake by mandating that health insurance cover birth control because “women don’t care about contraception.”
During an appearance on ABC’s The View, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked Haley how conservatives could make the case that Republicans represent the interest of women.
“All of my policy is not based on a label,” Haley remarked. “It’s based on what I’ve lived and what I know: Women don’t care about contraception. They care about jobs and the economy and raising their families and all of those things.”
Originally posted by ~Vixen~
reply to post by xuenchen
Contraception may take a back seat to jobs and the economy in South Carolina because they have a female Governor with veto power to protect them. In other states however, women's reproductive rights are under attack, making it a much bigger issue.
Maybe it was the "question" ?
Originally posted by yourmaker
complete bullcrap and out of touch with REAL people.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
I'm half surprised she didn't say something like "women are concerned with aprons and mops."