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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Marilyn Musgrave
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II used to be on record supporting a federal constitutional amendment against same-sex marriage, but now that he is running for governor, he refuses to take a stand.
Inside the convention hall Tuesday, Democrats affirmed themselves as the pro-choice party, delivering the most detailed discussion of contraceptives and reproductive health in major-party political history and adopting a platform that defends abortion, including taxpayer funding for the procedure.
It was no surprise that Supreme Court hopeful Elena Kagan took a big step closer to confirmation Tuesday when she easily won the approval of a Democratic-controlled Senate panel.
Ms. Musgrave said Democrats' appeal to women may work on a superficial level, but that when female voters dig deeper, they see Democrats' abortion message is not inclusive.
"It's one of my goals at SBA List to chip away at this image and show the pro-abortion crowd is not really about comprehensive health care for women, they're all about abortion, and they're really anti-choice, because the only choice they offer is abortion — abortion on demand," she said.