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Lies, to put it bluntly


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Boston Herald
Type:
Media/Opinion
Date:
3/1/2012

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ABSTRACTLies, to put it bluntly - BostonHerald.com Home News & Opinion Sports Entertainment Business Inside Track Blogs Photos & Video Obituaries Features   State Payroll (2011) MBTA Payroll (2011) Boston Payroll (2011) Massport Payroll (2011) School Discipline Reports (2009-10) MTRS Payroll (2011) MWRA Payroll (2010) MEFA Payroll (2010) MTC Payroll (2009) Half Price Boston   Classifieds   Jobfind Homefind Carfind Business Directory Extras   Local Coverage Local Politics Columnists Opinion National Election 2012 International Offbeat News Obituaries  Log in    |    Register    Tue, April 3, 2012 55° F    |    Traffic Follow Us SEARCH: Past 14 days Archives   Home   News & Opinion   Opinion   Editorials Lies, to put it bluntly By Boston Herald Editorial Staff Thursday, March 1, 2012 - Updated 1 month ago E-mail    Print    (37) Comments    Text size  Share   T here’s a legitimate debate to be had over the scope of a conscience exemption for employers whose religious beliefs or moral convictions compel them not to pay for coverage of contraception or abortion. But that isn’t what took place yesterday in the Senate. The Democratic demagoguery over the so-called Blunt amendment has been truly breathtaking in its scope. Let’s start with Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), who claimed the amendment would have amounted to a “contraception ban” for “millions” of women.   The article you requested has been archived   All coverage within BostonHerald.com from the last 7 days remains free of charge . Articles do not always include original photos, charts or graphics. » Click here to search for this article within the archive (37) Comments  |  Post / Read Comments SHARE:   Next Article in Editorials: Promoting sanity Advertisement Related Articles Immigrant students to tell ‘Their Stories’ at White House By Tenley Woodman First stop, Charlestown. Next, the White House. Twelve Charlestown High School... White House: No contingencies for health care law B.......