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Old 11-07-2012, 10:47 AM   #53
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Originally Posted by HolyHandgernade View Post
I think Republicans have to stop making abortion and contraception political issues. I'm not saying they have to change their moral positions, but that issue is just going to continue to dog them as long as they keep trying to force it as one. Democrats did this with gun control (although I'm not so sure that's the best course), but it made the issue a non-issue.

Sure, there are still radicals onthe right claiming, "He's gonna take your guns!", but there's nothing to back that up and for most of the electorate it became a non-issue. Rebs can't continue to fall 11 points behind in the women's vote and expect to win or gain allies.
I think Democrats need to stop making contraception a federal subsidy.

Oh, and if Obama could get his way he would take our guns away. Those checks and balances are what protect us.
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