War On . . .
I do not like the use of the word “War” as in War on Women. There must a better word than War. Maybe the word ‘confrontation’ such as “Confrontation On Women’s Issues.” Nah, to long. To cumbersome.
How about “Battle Over Women’s Issues?” A little better.
I do not like using the word ‘war’ to describe political differences. Call it a “Public Argument.” But war brings up the wrong connotations. The term war brings to mind Dr. George Tiller, who was killed for performing a perfectly legal procedure.
Then again we have had for decades a “War on Drugs” and the object “Drugs” are winning. Hopefully, the Women will win this War.