Diana DeGette slams Romney-Ryan ticket, says they would make women "second-class"

Diana DeGette slams Romney-Ryan ticket, says they would make women "second-class"

Denver : CO : USA | Sep 05, 2012 at 5:29 PM PDT
Source: The Denver Post
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Rep. Diana DeGette offered up a late-afternoon broadside against what Democrats say is the "war on women" being waged by their Republican rivals. The longtime Denver congresswoman argued at her party's national convention here Wednesday that Republican Mitt Romney would be a... FULL ARTICLE AT The Denver Post
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