So no one has brought this up yet, so I thought I'd might,cause I'm curious about the issue. On my facebook page, a friend who is a liberal ,and a guy,reposted from another guy,about why the heck were they focusing on cancer in the GOP debate, when you've got crumbling bridges,schools that need to be updated. Bigger things then cancer. I thought his being liberal.and being male, got in the way, of the larger issue. Ironic, cause I don't see the larger issue at times, but if women are only going to be the ones who suffer from this,I thought there was some blinders on. Cause honestly, isn't cancer a big thing and the old cliche of the children are our future, a big thing? But why is this an issue? I don't claim to know everything, but you got people that need to be vaccinated,you're administering a drug to ward a cancer off, is it just this GOP idea of big government looking over your shoulder, that's why this is controversial? Or is it the cronyism of Merck, and not wanting to use women as test subjects? Why is this so controversial? Questions, comments, objections?