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Check out Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richard's article on Huffington Post.  She discusses Obama's exemplary history of defending and protecting women's health care as well as McCain's rigid anti-women's health voting record.  Cecile also goes over what her mother, former Texas Governor Ann Richards, would have had to say about the role of women's health in the 2008 election.

Originally posted to Planned Parenthood on Wed Jun 18, 2008 at 10:59 AM PDT.

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Comment Preferences

  •  This is more of a comment than a diary. (3+ / 0-)

    Perhaps is should have been posted in an open thread. Otherwise you need to say more about the HuffPo article. check the FAQ.

  •  I wonder if we could add a category (2+ / 0-)
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    jabney, Angry Mouse

    "Bulletin Board" -- something that stays active all the time to direct people to information and articles, etc.  

    I don't get through the open threads all that much.  For example, I really don't care if the Celtics won.  I really don't even know who the Celtics are, but the open threads were full of this, which is fine.  

    But if Cecile Richards has a post or article that I'd like to read and someone doesn't have the time or skill or inclination to write a substantive diary on it, just a place like a bulletin board to direct me to the article would be greatly appreciated.

    Just a suggestion.  

    •  That's a great idea. (0+ / 0-)

      So often people post these "diaries" that are really just press releases.  Might be helfpul to have a separate section for that sort of thing, so we can be alerted to "breaking news" (which usually isn't -- what are we, CNN?)

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