You got Democrats out there that are talking about the year of the woman as though it’s 1992 all over again, all about this contraception stuff. You know, the news about Santorum is so predictable, that Santorum wants women barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. There are even some conservatives, so-called conservative bloggers and media people that are joining in that chorus because they’re for Romney. The conservative blogosphere for Romney is joining with the left-wing attack on Santorum. TIME Magazine yesterday, there was a story, Michael Scherer, I think that’s how he pronounces his name, I’m not sure, but there’s a one-hour video of Santorum talking about all this, and the TIME Magazine guy urges his readers, he has the link to the video, he says, “Start here,” 17 minutes into it. Seventeen minutes into it? Well, what’s in the first 17 minutes that you don’t want us to see?

If you watch the whole video, and you have the whole thing in context, you learn that Santorum is not trying to get the federal government and doesn’t support and would not do, would not have the federal government get on a contraception kick. It just wouldn’t happen. But if you take some of what he says out of context, as you can with anybody, you could make the case, if you skip the first 17 minutes, and the pro-Romney people in the conservative media have skipped the first 17 minutes because they want to take Santorum out. So, in the meantime, we are where I told you yesterday. The people still watching videotape from last Saturday at the Beverly Hilton hotel involving Whitney Houston. Those people try to put as many notches in their belt every night. Their lives exist, getting up, finding somebody to have sex with, maybe somebody else, then going to bed, getting up and repeating it. You tell them that a Republican wants to take away their birth control pills and they don’t care what else is going on. And this is what the objective is.

They try to screw as many people as they can before they go to bed, get up and do it again. You know the people I’m talking about. The bottom line, let me put it to you this way. The news media is now calling the so-called controversy over Obama’s birth control mandate a culture war. Don’t forget who started this. Obama started this by requiring the Catholic Church, well, not the church, but schools and so forth, to pay for this, to pay for everybody’s contraception, to pay for everybody’s abortions, to pay for all the abortion related stuff. Don’t forget last week. And of course there was an uproar and an outcry and Obama ostensibly heard it and said, “Okay, okay, I’ll make the insurance companies do it,” and everybody said, “Good, good, we beat Obama back, good.” No, we didn’t.

Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com