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“My body, my country, my choice”

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



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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.



Advertiser:
Ad Your Voice
Agency:
The Agenda Project Action Fund
Source:
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 05:05

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Bri, you do realize that Obamacare is based on what Governor Romney brought to Massachusetts, right? 
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2012/mar/20/romneycare-and-obamacare-can-you-tell-difference

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 11:10



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