A Republican plan to combat the 'war on women' narrative that might actually work

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“We’re not some special interest group and please don’t insult us by saying all we care about is reproductive rights, whether you’re pro-life or pro-choice,” Fiorina said. “I happen to be pro-life. But there’s more to women than that debate, there’s more to women than the debate about birth control.”

To this end, Fiorina has released a new political ad attacking Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., for hurting women. The ad focuses on women’s healthcare — not abortion or birth control — and how Udall’s support of Obamacare caused women to lose their health insurance.