That’s what David Axelrod tweeted then quickly deleted, as reported at The Atlantic:

Obama strategist David Axelrod tweeted a not-quite-decipherable message Monday that included a link to a story about Mormon women being erroneously barred from some official ceremonies because they were menstruating. Then he deleted the tweet. What does it all mean?!

Wring URS. This is the Medicare story,” Axelrod tweeted at 2:36p.m. with a link to the Salt Lake Tribune story, “Menstruating Mormons barred from temple proxy baptisms?”  In that story, Peggy Fletcher Stack, reports:

Mormon feminists recently learned that some young women were wrongly blocked from doing LDS proxy baptisms – which include wearing all-white clothing and being fully immersed in water – because they were menstruating… Trouble is, such a ban is bogus.

Fuzzy calls Axelrod a Sicko!

What does it all mean?

The reference to Medicare may relate to Romney’s statement yesterday that he would not accept Medicare even though he turned 65, so Axelrod appears to have been making some sort of joke related to health care for Mormon women.

Any other explanations?