Thursday, February 16, 2012

Republicans Attack Women, Sex & Birth Control: Santorum Backer says use Aspirin! Darryl Issa hearing invites Fat Old White Men & Bans Women

OMG! Republicans have gone out of control! They are upping their attacks against Women! Republicans are taking this FAR BEYOND CATHOLICS! Santorum says women should NOT use Birth Control and No Insurance company should have Birth Control on their formularies. Today, one of his chief contributors said he opposed Sex and, "Back in my days they'd use Bayer aspirin for contraceptives. The gals put it between their knees and it wasn't that costly."
My gosh! Now these nutcases are opposing ALL FORMS of Birth Control!
These zealots are stuck in the 50's.
They want to revert back to pre-Women's Rights days.

In addition, Darryl Issa is conducting hearingsing on Birth Control. In his very first session, THERE WERE NO WOMEN Testifying. OMG! No Women! Just stinky, Fat, Old Men!

All the women in the room LEFT in disgust!


Anonymous said...

“roll back the fundamental rights of women to a time when the government thought what happens in the bedroom is their business.”
What a bunch of crap. Since when is not supporting the use of the power of government to force others to pay for women's birth control, abortion-inducing drugs, and sterilizations, a rollback of “women's rights”?

The Democrats are being dishonest and juvenile. Sad part is, many Americans are ignorant enough to buy it. The media is corrupt. They pretend to be independent reporters of news when the are actually Democrat propagandists who sole purpose is to dupe the public.

Anonymous said...

"The Democrats are being dishonest and juvenile."

Yep. You should see the shameful headlines and stories that the leftist blogs and MSM are putting out on this: "DARRYL ISSA REFUSES TO ALLOW WOMEN TO SPEAK", "GOP BARS WOMEN FROM PANEL", "DEMOCRATS WALK OUT OF ALL-MALE PANEL", and on and on...

Anonymous said...

Whether or not there is a fundamental natural right for a free individual to use contraceptives or not as their own conscience dictates is an entirely different issue from there being a “right” to have someone ELSE PAY FOR your contraception.
I have the right to free speech. That doesn't mean people are compelled to supply me with a printing press and ink.

I have a right to free exercise of religion. That doesn't mean people are compelled to build me a Church.

Anonymous said...

Unless my employer provides me with a gun - they are trampling on my 2nd Amendment right! What? No, they are not?
Well then, can it be said that an employer declining to provide birth control is trampling upon their right/ability to get birth control if they want it?

Does someone not only have the right to something, but the right to have it paid for by someone else?

Are these those “positive” rights Obama and Ginsburg think so highly of?

Vicente Duque said...

Data : Latino Voters in States : Latinos will turnout in record numbers in the next Presidential election, with at least 12.2 million casting ballots. The Latino vote will increase 26% from 2008, and Latinos will account for at least 8.7% of the country’s voters
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)
Educational Fund
The 2012 Latino Vote - Turning Numbers Into Clout
February 8, 2012

Some Excerpts and Data :

By the 2012 election, approximately 2.4 million more U.S.-born Latinos will be older than 18 years old than in the 2008 election. Between 2004 and 2008, the turnout of eligible Latino voters age 18-24 increased from 33 percent to 39 percent, and in 2008, one in seven Latino voters was in that age group.

Projected Latino Voters

Increase From 2008

Projected Share of Latino Vote, Increase, Share of Latino Vote

NATIONAL 12,237,000 25.6% 8.7%
Arizona 359,000 23.2% 12.0%
California 3,911,000 32.1% 26.3%
Colorado 224,000 15.0% 8.7%
Florida 1,650,000 34.5% 18.3%
Illinois 433,000 37.8% 7.6%
New Jersey 392,000 16.2% 10.4%
New Mexico 329,000 14.0% 35.0%
New York 845,000 13.7% 10.8%
Texas 1,987,000 17.1% 21.3%


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