But there is one problem with Gail's article. She failed to include even an oblique mention of Mitt Romney's drive to Canada with his dog on the roof of the family car. And there is no good reason for not including it. Driving to Canada with the dog on the roof shows about as much prior planning as having health insurance without coverage for birth control.
So why don't we just call the push against Obamacare's (and yes, let's be proud to call it that) inclusion of birth control coverage the "Dog on the Roof" provision.