Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

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    "What are you a freakin idiot?

     

    That blurb you posted is from an echo chamber cesspool, you know, the places where you go to clean up after spewing all your own diarhea on these threads.

    You really are stooopid."

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    Clearly this is an example of how to be a "grown-up"

     
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    In response to bigdog2's comment:

    How was Stephanie Cutter`s "War on Women"?

     

    That’s right. They are just going to think about the last four years that saw 683,000 women lose their job. They are just going to think about the last four years that saw 19 million Americans added to the rolls of food stamps. They are just going to think about a White House where women are paid 18% less than men. And then they are going to turn for Obama because they want even more of the dirty Sanchez treatment over the next four years.

    For reasons that are unclear to me, the Romney campaign has essentially ceded the field in the fight for women who vote based on their sex organs rather than issues. I don’t know how big that demographic is but after one brief attempt with the job loss data for women under Obama nothing has been heard. In the meantime the Obama campaign is hammering home that Romney will defund Planned Parenthood and that will mean Armageddon for women’s health because the only healthcare women ever need is an abortion.

    Under this administration women have borne the brunt of the economic policies that seem calculated to drive the maximum number of Americans into government dependency. If this administration has been horrific with any demographic… other than minorities and young people… it has been women.

    And Stephanie Cutter thinks women are too stupid to notice.



    Cutter said nothing like what is implied in this opinion article.  Her exact quote:

    “We’ll continue doing what we have been doing, trying to get the president’s message out on the ground. Whether it’s in the suburban areas of Northern Virginia, or Denver, Ohio, to talk about what the president wants to do in the future. That’s the other thing that you find most often with women. They’re not really concerned about what’s happened over the last four years, they really want to know what’s going to happen in the next four years.”

     

    Talk about taking things out of context.  Oy veh....

     

     

     
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    In the above article , Santilli is identified as a conservative radio talk show host. Whether he voted for Obama in 2008, 2012 or not does not change the above fact.

     

    He's identified as a conservative by the Huffington Post. That would be like you taking Skeeter's word that Obama is a socialist. So, should I believe HuffPo or should I go by how Santilli has self-identified on his own web page?

    Also, I know of a lot of conservatives that were too disgusted by the choice for President to vote at all but not one that would have voted for Obama over Romney. That would be like Ralph Nader deciding that Obama wasn't liberal enough for him so he went for the Republican. Oh, right.

    I'm not really sure what this guy is but I know that he's not a conservative, at least not as I understand the term.

     

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    Also, I know of a lot of conservatives that were too disgusted by the choice for President to vote at all but not one that would have voted for Obama over Romney.


    I know a few conservatives who recall Romney's stint as governor and pulled their levers for Obama......mostly women, but still....

    Stranger things have happened.

     

     
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    I know a few conservatives who recall Romney's stint as governor and pulled their levers for Obama......mostly women, but still....

    Right oh, go ahead and pull the other one.

     

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    [QUOTE]I know a few conservatives who recall Romney's stint as governor and pulled their levers for Obama......mostly women, but still....

     

    Right oh, go ahead and pull the other one.

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    Oh, it's very true, whether you believe it or not.  These were folks who voted for McCain first time around but just couldn't trust the Mittster.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    Oh, it's very true, whether you believe it or not.  These were folks who voted for McCain first time around but just couldn't trust the Mittster.


    So, you're defining "conservative" as someone who voted for McCain?

    Wow.

    Just wow.

     

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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

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    That imbecile (that's you, btw) has no business telling anyone else (that's concerned citizen, btw) that they never have credible sources.

    Reading comprehension indeed.



    im·be·cile

    /ˈɪmsɪl, -səl or, esp. British, -ˌsil/ Show Spell[im-buh-sil]

    person of the second order in a former and discarded classification of mental retardation, above the level of idiocy, having a mental age of seven or eight years and an intelligence quotient of 25 to 50.

    Really? When are outrageous insults ever helpful and not petty?

     

     

     
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    Conservatives voting for McCain doesn't define them but it certainly is a fact they voted for him over Obama.

    It's true that many did. It's just as true that many sat it out due to their disgust with their choices. What is not true is that a true conservative could possibly vote for Obama. 

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    can you believe that so many republicans are against allowing children from buying the morning after pill???  buy sudafed and show an ID...buy an abortion pill and get a coupon for a Happy Meal!!! 

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

     

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    Hey stupid,.......in your little mind and world it`s A-OK for him to discredit my source though........right?  Nice double-standard you`ve got there

     



    Don't get mad. It's not my fault that a personal anecdote about one alleged man in an emergency room is NOT a "source"for the claim that there are 20 million illegals in America, and they all get government benefits.

     

     

     

     

     




     

     

    How`s your comprehension?  Canadian illegals?  100`s of thousands? 40,000 this year!  Keep sticking to that "one guy" thing if it makes you feel better. 

     




    Oh now you're changing the subject? We're not talking about 20 million illegals overall anymore?

     

     



     

    April:

    Judicial Watch obtained the Spanish-language flyers through a Freedom of Information Act request and announced on Thursday that the "promotion of the food stamp program, now known as 'SNAP' (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), includes a Spanish-language flyer provided to the Mexican Embassy by the USDA

    A statement on the flyer—emphasized in bold and underlined—reads, “You need not divulge information regarding your immigration status in seeking this benefit for your children.”

    You are right, there is no proof that illegals get welfare benefits, because no one ever asks...

     Americans were rightfully livid after hearing the story of an unapologetically arrogant woman who blamed our system for giving her so much; a place to live in public housing, $51,000 in disability payments and regular welfare payments of almost $700 per month for years, not to mention the taxpayer-funded hospital stays and treatments, including foot massages....The President's own Aunt, an illegal alien. Quite an anecdote.

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

     

    [QUOTE]Oh, it's very true, whether you believe it or not.  These were folks who voted for McCain first time around but just couldn't trust the Mittster.

     


    So, you're defining "conservative" as someone who voted for McCain?

     

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    No.  You are.

    Nevertheless, THEY define themselves as conservatives, as is their wont.

    I fail to see what makes you think you're so qualified to judge people you don't even know.

     

     

     

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