Romney: Obama Policy a 'Violation of Conscience'

Romney calls morning after pill "abortive," slams Obama's contraception policy.
3:00 | 02/07/12

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I am. This distressed as I watch as I watch our president. Trying to infringe upon those rights. The First Amendment of the constitution provides the right to worship -- the way of our own choice. Did did you understand that that this administration. Argued before the Supreme Court. That the church should not be able to determine who their ministers are but the government should decide who qualifies as a minister. -- and by the way you know that some of the members of the quarter pretty liberal. Didn't they decided. They decided 90 present Obama was wrong. Just just this last week this same administration. Said that churches. In the institutions they -- Such as schools and let's adoption agencies hospitals. That they have to provide for their employees -- of a charge. Contraceptives. Morning after pills. In other words -- board of pills and and the like at no cost. Think what that does to people in -- that did not share those views this is a violation of conscience. We must have a president who was willing to protect America's first -- our right to worship god according to the dictates of Iraq -- I. Okay. --

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