Obama’s contraception compromise falls flat with bishops, GOP

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While challenges to President Obama's contraception rule could take the form of legal and legislative assaults, the White House and the Obama re-election campaign are comfortable with the revised rule, believing most Americans -- and particularly most women -- are on their side.

  • Bart

    Missed: a perfect opportunity.
    “Compromise Failed to Get a Rise out of Bishops” would have been Associated Press worthy copy and so much more fun to read.

    just a thought.

  • Tonertee

    Sadly and ironically, this president and his people use the word “most” when referring to those in agreement with their wishes, desires, mandates and dictatorial legislation. If most are in agreement why backtrack. Maybe Mr. BO should consider the possibilty that most of America does not agree with him.

  • taratabet

    The president still has a very long road ahead of him.

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