The president of America's largest abortion biz is hitting the campaign trail for Obama in some key swing states, including a number of stops Thursday in Iowa... because the right to inconsequential sex is all women care about these days, apparently.
Why else would Planned Parenthood pass out anti-Romney condoms at campaign rallies?
Why else would the group send a giant pack of birth control to follow Romney on the campaign trail?
The Obama campaign welcomes Cecile Richards and her organization's millions of dollars in anti-Romney advertising with open arms:
Republican VP candidate Paul Ryan has previously stated that President Obama has abandoned any "pretense of moderation" on the issue of abortion, and that his administration's birth control coverage mandate is an "insult to every religious group."
Planned Parenthood has been hitting the swing states hard lately, with big-dollar ad buys in Virginia, Ohio and Colorado -- including this one which accuses the Romney/Ryan ticket of wanting to "turn back the clock" on women's rights:
Fighting back against the Left's "War on Women" meme, Romney spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg has argued that American women "can't afford" four more years of Obama's failed policies. “More false and dishonest attacks from President Obama’s allies can’t hide his failed record," she says. "President Obama’s policies have made it more difficult for women to start businesses, keep more money in the bank, or see their children graduate with good jobs on the horizon."