So really the only problem the Op actually has it it was named something catchy? So we should oppose good legislation with lots of support because someone named it something you don't like? It sounds more to me like someone is trying to find some reason to oppose it because they want to pretend there is some agenda behind it despite having never actually read the bill. So I guess the real question here is whether or not an opinion based on the contents of the bill is more powerful than an opinion based on propaganda and a name. I would have to say that since the republicans actually did something bipartisan and committed the sin of agreeing with obama on something that the contents of the bill mean a little more than the lie that it is somehow sexist created by a bunch of people who only read the title of the bill.
You must be really disturbed by megan's law. to think that child molestation of people named megan was so terrible they had to have an entire law and database set up across the country to fight against people who sexually assault people named megan. Or maybe not. maybe they just pick titles that the general public can easily remember and associate with a set of laws.