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The war(s) on women

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Jul 04, 2014

So I guess all Americans face a choice. If you're not prepared to wage all-out war on women's reproductive powers, you're engaged in a war on women.

By the same logic, if you learn that a certain pesticide prevents trees from bearing fruit, and you urge the government not to subsidize sales of that pesticide, does that mean you're making war on apple trees? 

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  • Posted by: timothy.op - Jul. 04, 2014 3:23 PM ET USA

    Excellent analogy!

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