The so-called "War On Women" has been elevated to the forefront of national discourse after continuing disputes over stay-at-home moms, birth control and abortion. Stephen Colbert is, of course, right in the thick of it, but as he says, "This ugly 'War On Women' has morphed into a beautiful 'War For Women.'"
Check out our nine favorite clips from Colbert's 'War For Women,' including his take on equal pay laws, Ann Romney and Rush Limbaugh. Don't forget to vote for your favorite segment!
Women are the big prize this campaign year, and both sides are fallopian-it to win it.
Mitt Romney enlightens us about the real war on women.
Colbert gives a big tip of the hat to Arizona for calling a woman legally pregnant two weeks before she's actually pregnant.
No surprise, the Lady Heroes are all men, because conservative men feel comfortable speaking for women.
Rush Limbaugh gets a lot of heat just for calling a woman he's never met a "slut" and "prostitute."
If you want to control your fertility, do it the way God intended: with a cold, loveless marriage.
The Supreme Court sets a precedent that truly grants sexual equality in the workplace, because now men and women will be equally powerless against corporations.
If you can't discriminate against women, what's the point of hiring them?
Stephen throws out some beads for women showing their advanced degrees and their ability to balance a satisfying career with a rich home life.