In the wake of the furor over Sen. Rick Santorum's remarks, we decided to visit the website
for the National Organization for Women. There, they have an entry
on the issue, calling for him to resign his leadership position. NOW complains about Santorum's remarks about feminists, liberals, and gays. But incredibly, they don't have a word
about Santorum's belief that:
- There is no constitutional right to privacy.
- Griswold vs. Connecticut - which struck down prohibitions on contraceptive use by married couples - was a bad Supreme Court ruling.
Yes, they've missed an opportunity to challenge Santorum (and his defenders) on one of the most basic rights people think should exist.
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