Name the Republicans who have ever banned birth contrtol

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    Still no liberals will answer this.

    Why? BECAUSE IT COMPLETELY SHUTS DOWN THEIR LYING MEME ABOUT REPUBLICANS AND BIRTH CONTROL.

    This is all they have. They can't give us reasons to vote for Obama.

    Face it libs. Thanks to me, YOU JUST LOST THE ARGUMENT!

    I will hit you with this question every time you try another spamming Bullshit about Republicans and birth control.



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    Mississippi's attempted personhood amendment. Every Mississippi Republican who supports it.
     
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    That's not birth control, THAT'S ABORTION.

    We are talking about birth control. Still waiting.
     
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    In an election year, the GOP has come out in support of allowing birth control coverage for Americans to be denied.

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    Obama never even MENTIONED birth control until this month. NOW all of a sudden we HAVE to have birth control in Obamacare and it has to be free.

    Considering most people are against Obamacare, you really think people are going to buy birth control is what Republicans are trying to ban?

    You are just admitting this is an election year stunt because Obama can't run on his record.

    Thanks for admitting it.
     
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    (AP) OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Senate has overwhelmingly approved an anti-abortion "personhood" bill that declares life begins at conception.


    The vote Wednesday upset doctors who fear the proposed law will jeopardize reproductive medicine.

    The bill now heads to the House, where it is expected to pass. Republican Gov. Mary Fallin typically won't comment on pending legislation, but she has described herself as strongly "pro-life."

    The bill provides embryos and fetuses with "all the rights privileges, and immunities" of other citizens.

    Republican Sen. Brian Crain says it's modeled after a 1986 Missouri law that was later determined by the U.S. Supreme Court to be constitutional.

    The bill is opposed by the Oklahoma State Medical Association, because of concerns it could affect reproductive medicine and ban certain forms of birth control.

    "Personhood" bill gains momentum in Okla. - CBS News
     

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