You know who doesn't get along? Mitt Romney and Planned Parenthood.
Mitt has spoken out against President Obama's birth-control mandate for employers and has expressed no love for PP; he's quoted as saying that as president he'd "get rid of the group."
So, it really isn't that surprising they're upset -- especially since the group is the flavor-of-the-month enemy of political conservatives.
In response, PP introduced "Pillamania." So, what's Pillamania? It's basically a woman dressed up as pack of birth control pills, protesting at events where Mitt is speaking. So far, Pillamania has appeared at Romney campaign events at Stratham, N.H., and Newark, Ohio.
According to the group, the effort highlights Mitt's stance on the issue and defines it as, according to Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards, "an economic issue for women -- period."
Still, the whole idea of someone dressed as birth control, following around a presidential candidate comes off as hilarious, ridiculous and over-dramatic, which we love.
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