TO THE EDITOR:
Upon reading Emily Batchelder's last two commentaries I have to admit, as a guy, that she did a great job expressing the plight of women and dutifully acknowledging what needs to done.
I don't want to appear to be misogynistic fella', but I refuse to accept "contraception is a basic standard of health care and should be viewed as such by the President."
There is nothing wrong with pursuing your own agendas. The country has more problems to deal with than your perception of what the president ought to do.
I hate the president's guts and wouldn't vote for him if my life depended on it, but if there is one thing I disagree with, it's your attempt to equate what's going on with Iraqi women to American women.