Who Said It -- Cuccinelli or Walker?

Good try!!

Asked about the Republican bill that mandates medically unnecessary transvaginal ultrasounds for women seeking safe, legal abortions, it was Scott Walker, not Ken Cuccinelli, who said, “I don’t have any problem with ultrasound. I think most people think ultrasounds are just fine.”

Can you believe this guy? No wonder Wisconsin women are rejecting Scott Walker in droves. The latest polling shows Walker is extremely beatable and his radical anti-woman policies are definitely part of the reason.

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