Rachel Maddow pauses for a "man cave moment" to explain to men like Indiana governor Mitch Daniels why preventive health care for women is necessary and important. Melissa Harris-Perry, professor of Politics and African-American studies at Princeton University eventually joins for analysis. Yes, we know Ms. Maddow is exceptional, the way she uses intellect and humor particularly when using analogies is brilliant! This was classic. Unfortunately, on this issue, Rachel's male viewers already get it. It's the neanderthals who were watching Hannity while this aired who need a clue. This anti-woman right wing attack that's in motion in Republican politics today should be scaring women. I can't for the life of me understand why you would vote with a party who will take your rights away. The Palin's and Bachmann's that the right wing are holding up as "real American women" are bogus. They are an affront to any self-respecting woman who believes in her ability to make her own decisions about her own body and her own life. Do these women have a clue as to the damage they're doing to the next generation? Do they really want to go back to 1918? Sarah Palin has NO business ever invoking Susan B. Anthony's name. It actually p****s me off.