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“My body, my country, my choice”

Posted by Tom Megginson | 12-10-2012 01:20 | Category: Politics


The Agenda Project has a very simple message for American politicians, from American women:

“If you don’t trust me with my body, why should I trust you with my country?”

Honestly, I find the execution of quick-cutting between 28 women quite jarring. But I guess that’s the point. See the ad after the break, then visit the campaign site.

Ad Your Voice
The Agenda Project Action Fund
Planned Parenthood (on Twitter)


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Precisely why I’m voting for Romney to repeal and replace Obamacare. I don’t want the government telling me what i can or can’t do t/witho my body!

Posted by Bri | 19-10-2012 04:05

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Bri, you do realize that Obamacare is based on what Governor Romney brought to Massachusetts, right? 

It’s possible that the uninsured lobotomy you endured remove all of your thinking capacity of course. Good luck with that!

Posted by Tammi L. Coles | 24-10-2012 10:10

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