Beginning with the all-male contraception hearing in the House and moving on to Virginia's proposed invasive ultrasound law and pausing for comic relief at the suggestion of Mr. Santorum's money bags backer that all women need for birth control is an aspirin -- held between their knees, one wonders if we've fallen into some ghastly time warp that has sent things back fifty or a hundred years.
It's not just about abortion anymore, folks. It's about contraception, public education, and prenatal ultrasounds, just for starters. (Santorum opposes all of them.)
You don't want abortion, contraception, public education, prenatal ultrasounds -- fine with me.Don't choose to participate in any of them. But it's not your right to choose for others, based on your own religious views.
I find this picture below of the panel discussing contraception coverage rather chilling, to say the least.