That would be the woman-American.
Friday, the President will deliver “remarks” before a special Woman’s Conference at the White House.
Obama, though, appears to be crafting his pitch to women around more than just economic matters. After igniting outcry on the right by initially forcing insurers for some faith-based employers to provide coverage for birth control, the president has used the controversy to ridicule Republican social positions.
Of course, the Republican position has nothing to do with “‘social positions”, but rather constitutional “positions”. Certainly there are some Republicans, as there are Democrats, who are opposed to birth control, but none of them are trying to eliminate birth control from this country.
The issue here is, can the federal government force a religious organization to violate its beliefs? Does the First Amendment exist only when the President says it does, and, only for some?
Meanwhile, the President is trying to splinter off another group of soon to be hyphenated Americans.
Who was it that said, “divide and conquer”?
And, I hope the hyphenated women are not that stupid.