Thursday, October 25, 2012

Stop the war on women

The Spearhead blog writes:
The second reason to vote this November is to put a stop to the “war on women” myth. As liberal politicians have become more dependent on the women’s vote, their pandering to women has reached a fever pitch with the myth of the “war on women”. The only way to put a stop to this level of pandering to women is by voting against any and all politicians who say there is a “war on women”. Vote for a conservative politician or a third party politician.
Pres. Barack Obama has based his campaign largely on appealing to parasites like Lily Ledbetter and Sandra Fluke.

Ledbetter was the one who wanted to sue over a 20-year-old performance evaluation. She waited until the supervisor died, and the US Supreme Court ruled that the statute of limitations had expired.

Fluke was the 30yo single law student who wanted a Catholic university to pay for her $10-per-month birth control pills.

The whole “war on women” is based on Republicans not supporting Ledbetter and Fluke. Vote Republican as long as Democrats are promoting a “war on women” myth.


Anonymous said...

I've often thought that there has been a war on men in this country for the last 30+ years. It is preposterous that Fluke wants to use taxpayer money to pay for her birth control pills - let her pay for them herself. (I am not judging her behaviour like Rush did.) I voted for Mitt, but not because of the war on women issue.

Anonymous said...

Clarification on my first comment:
One day after Fluke publically spoke, Rush stated...."She's having so much sex she can't afford the contraception. She wants you and me and the taxpayers to pay her to have sex..." While she was basically asking Congress to have insurers pay for her contraception, even at her Catholic School, there may possibly be taxpayer money involved (as Rush alluded to) in that some programs at Georgetown University are apparently publically- funded (Isn't everything nowadays?). Also, I am voting for Mitt because I feel his approach to the economy is stellar. Regarding the "war on men" I talked about, it seems that many feminists have been waging this war, but also non-feminists. Just the other day a non-feminist friend told me that men do not know how to communicate, and I disagreed with her. Barbara