by Hans Johnson

President Obama held a campaign rally  Monday  in the Oyster River High School in Durham, New Hampshire. Though school is not in session,  students did attend as well as adults. He told the audience of almost 2,000:

We believe that in America your success shouldn’t be determined by the circumstance of your birth.

However, the president isn’t well known for worrying about one’s success by the circumstance of their conception, telling the crowd:

You can decide that instead of restricting access to birth control or defunding Planned Parenthood, we should make sure that in this country women control their own health care choices. That’s what we need!

Is a high school the proper venue for a president’s bully pulpit, speaking about such a controversial topic, and knowing that many students would want to see a bit of history at their own school? The folks at The Five on Fox News debated.

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