When the leading fundraiser for breast cancer research attempts to quietly sever its successful partnership with the most prominent women's health care provider in the country, something's got to give.
And when an embattled Midwestern governor, facing a recall effort by 1 million citizens, puts access to women's health clinics and life-saving cancer screenings in jeopardy you would think something's got to give then, too.
Executives at the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation accepted responsibility for their mistake and reversed their decision. In stark contrast, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has been deaf to the same public outrage sparked by using women's health as a pawn in the far-right's long-standing feud with Planned Parenthood.