I don't know Bobby, you've been coming out with some weird things lately. When you're not bad mouthing Romney (after supporting him by the way) you want to make it easier for our teenage daughters to get birth control without us parents knowing about it or having them have to go through the family doctor.....Did you think about that Bobby?
Jindal, who is widely believed to be interested in a 2016 presidential run, argued that the GOP has been "stupid to let the Democrats demagogue the contraceptives issue and pretend, during debates about health-care insurance, that Republicans are somehow against birth control."
He goes on to argue that over-the-counter sale of birth control is actually the conservative solution, saying that if women could choose contraception rather than having it prescribed by doctors, costs would be driven down by free-market competition.
"It's time to put purchasing power back in the hands of consumers—not employers, not pharmaceutical companies, and not bureaucrats in Washington," Jindal argues.Read the whole story HERE.