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Should Obama have spoken at the Planned Parenthood National Conference?

  • Strong president supporting women

    It is relieving that our president is standing up the rights of women, specifically for the right to choose. Over a year ago Sandra Fluke talked about he birth control is a good thing. It is actually used by women to manage health issues. Obama backed her then and has still backed women now. That is part of the reason I think a lot of women voters were on his side, because he has been on their side.

  • Yes President Obama made a proper decision in speaking at the Planned Parenthood Conference in Washington, DC.

    President Obama speech at the Planned Parenthood National Conference reaffirmed what should be a core principle heath care, that women should be allowed to make their own decisions about their own health.

    President Obama's speech thanked the doctors, nurses, advocates and staff who provide the talents needed to keep the health services of Planned Parenthood available to everyone.

  • Obama should have spoken at the planned parenthood national conference.

    Obama should have spoken at the Planned Parenthood National Conference. He did an excellent job at the conference showing his support for women. He made it clear that he believed that women have the right to choose option and completely supports any decision that is made. It is good for women to know that he is on their side.

  • Planned Parenthood National Conference Needs Backing

    President Obama should have spoken at the Planned Parenthood National Conference as a show of support to the organization and to promote healthy choices for the American public. By speaking at the Conference, President Obama would have demonstrated how important the work of Planned Parenthood is and would have shown this support to Americans.

  • Someone Should Stand Up for Women's Rights

    Someone should stand up for women's rights in the United States, and conservatives have waged a "war on women" ever since the lead up to the 2012 general election. President Obama should have spoken at the Planned Parenthood National Conference because women in the United States need to know someone will stand up for those who are too afraid or too busy to have a voice in government.

  • I Love These Questions

    Did they invite him? Is he the President of the United States? Did Obama agree to speak at the Planned Parenthood Conference? Then Yes, he should of spoke at the conference. Especially if he believes in what they are doing. The only people that seem to have a problem with it, is the people who hate Planned Parenthood.

  • Strong president supporting women

    It is relieving that our president is standing up the rights of women, specifically for the right to choose. Over a year ago Sandra Fluke talked about he birth control is a good thing. It is actually used by women to manage health issues. Obama backed her then and has still backed women now. That is part of the reason I think a lot of women voters were on his side, because he has been on their side.

  • Yes President Obama made a proper decision in speaking at the Planned Parenthood Conference in Washington, DC.

    President Obama speech at the Planned Parenthood National Conference reaffirmed what should be a core principle heath care, that women should be allowed to make their own decisions about their own health.

    President Obama's speech thanked the doctors, nurses, advocates and staff who provide the talents needed to keep the health services of Planned Parenthood available to everyone.

  • No, it is too controversial.

    No, Obama should not have spoken at the Planned Parenthood National Conference, because Planned Parenthood is a controversial organization. Obama might have lost a lot of fans, because some people say that Planned Parenthood supports as many abortions as possible. Planned Parenthood is politically dividing, and Obama should have picked something more neutral.


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