Poor women, and men, and children, often do not have any money, food, shelter or transportation ..... thus your question tends to ignore this.<quoted text>
Obama won in 2012 largely on the premise of a war against women and them not having access to free birth control.
Now they have it with Obamacare.
So either you're saying ObamaCare is a failure because poor women still can't get them or there wasn't a war on women because they didn't want birth control in the first place.
Which is it?
Unlike some of the other posters, you do seem to occasionally realize that many people are poor.
Grinding poverty nixes health care, cutting food stamps and Medicaid speeds this process