Why do Conservatives hate women?

Why do Conservatives hate women?

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Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#1 Mar 15, 2012
Just askin.

Since: Feb 12

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#2 Mar 15, 2012

Why, ain't you heard?
Conservatives love women, it's them dang funny liberal men who love men that hate women and a bunch of tham holloywood weirdos that hate women so much they make them get naked in front of cameras.

And how about tham sorry liberal politicians pandering to our good women folk and then treating them like slaves.






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#3 Mar 15, 2012



And don't forget them sorry liberal tv shows, like afternoon soaps with names like "cry me a river", who stole my shoes", "what day is today".

All of these programs make women appear to be simpletons, sex crazy, psychotic, debt ridden, and playing with Barbie all day.


Conservatives honor women with mothers day, valentines day, birthdays, anniversary day, etc.


you should have married a conservative, you would be thrilled every day.

Informed Opinion

Fort Myers, FL

#4 Mar 16, 2012
Conservatives don't hate women.

Right Wing Wackos who have no actual idea who or what a "conservative" is, they hate women.

The Muslims have their Taliban.

Christians have their Right Wing Wackos"

It's just the cross we carry,(no pun intended).
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#5 Mar 16, 2012
Informed Opinion wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Conservatives don't hate women.
Right Wing Wackos who have no actual idea who or what a "conservative" is, they hate women.
The Muslims have their Taliban.
Christians have their Right Wing Wackos"
It's just the cross we carry,(no pun intended).
Well, only True Conservatives
are allowed to qualify fellow Conservatives.

Bush the Lesser wasn't Conservative enough,
hence the economic mess
was not a result of Conservative Policy.

Just look at the current Republican Primary,
who's the True Conservative,
the remaining Conservatives are taking a vote.
anwer with question

Dahlonega, GA

#6 Mar 16, 2012
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
Just askin.
The "War on Women" didn't work.
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/03/15/...

Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#7 Mar 16, 2012
anwer with question wrote:
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The "War on Women" didn't work.
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/03/15/...
http://politicalhumor.about.co m/b/2012/03/15/the-war-on-wome n-funny-pics.htm?nl=1

Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#8 Mar 16, 2012
Sometimes it works, sometimes it don't...http://politicalhumor. about.com/od/politicalcartoons /ig/Political-Cartoons/War-on- Women.htm

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#9 Mar 16, 2012
Don't hate women, we are awesome!
Gum Log Neighbor

Dahlonega, GA

#10 Mar 16, 2012
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
Just askin.
You are watching too much MSNBC.
I believe this is one of the dumbest questions you have ever posted.

Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#11 Mar 16, 2012
Gum Log Neighbor wrote:
<quoted text>
You are watching too much MSNBC.
I believe this is one of the dumbest questions you have ever posted.
Pleased to know you are keeping track.

Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#12 Mar 16, 2012
Yes, there is a Republican war on women voters

By Sally Kohn

Published March 15, 2012

| FoxNews.com

While it’s true that President Obama’s re-election campaign is gearing up a major push this week to win over female voters, the fact is that Republicans have been helping him out on this front for weeks.

From the GOP primary to the conservative airwaves, in state legislatures and in Congress, Republicans are playing politics with women’s health and basic liberties, driving a wedge among conservatives and driving women voters toward the Democrats.

It all started with Eve. Adam, whom I suspect was a Republican, was angry that after Eve got his rib, she wanted to vote and get a job and be fairly paid. That ungrateful woman! Adam argued back and then Eve registered as an independent, and eventually became a swing vote soccer mom. But anyway…

Fast-forward to February 2011 when anti-choice Republicans pushed a rogue measure to cut off all federal funding from Planned Parenthood, even though less than 3% of services provided by Planned Parenthood are abortions, none of which are paid for using federal grant dollars.

Still, Republicans saw an opportunity to fire up their fringe base while undermining a liberal-leaning advocacy organization. And if the five million American women who get affordable health care from Planned Parenthood every year had to be thrown under the bus, so be it. All’s fair in politics.

Almost a year later, a Republican operative at the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation pushed for the organization to cut its support of Planned Parenthood. Uproar from women was swift and strong, prompting Komen to reverse the decision and fire the ideologically-driven instigator.

But Republicans kept pushing their anti-choice, anti-women’s health agenda.

Presidential candidate Rick Santorum, who has repeatedly reiterated his staunch opposition to contraception, began surging in the polls among conservative voters.

Republicans in Virginia proposed a law that would require women seeking abortions, even those resulting from rape or incest, to first submit to mandatory trans-vaginal ultrasounds -- a further invasion of their bodies.

And Republicans in Texas pushed through a law defunding Planned Parenthood clinics in the state, cutting off at least 60,000 low-income women from their health care providers.

Thursday, the New York Times reports, "Senate Democratic women plan to march to the Senate floor to demand quick action on the extension of the Violence Against Women Act." The Times goes on to say that the act, "once [a piece of ] broadly bipartisan legislation...now faces fierce opposition from conservatives." The article also mentions this point from a female, Republican Senator: "At a closed-door Senate Republican lunch on Tuesday, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska sternly warned her colleagues that the party was at risk of being successfully painted as anti-woman — with potentially grievous political consequences in the fall."

Which is all to say that when President Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius issued preliminary statements on how the contraception mandate would be applied to religiously-based institutions like hospitals and universities with a primarily public purpose, the Republican Party pounced on the situation with the hopes of exploiting it for political gain.

Never mind that 28 states had already instituted similar regulations with no fanfare or uproar from religious conservatives. This was different.

Republican strategists saw this as a slam dunk opportunity to criticize health care reform and paint President Obama as opposing religious liberty. If basic contraception access for women was the casualty, who cares? In fact, for some Republican politicians, like Rick Santorum, that was an added bonus!

Whether or not you think this amounts to a Republican “war on women,” it’s definitely a “war on women voters.”

Since: Aug 10

Dawsonville, GA

#14 Mar 16, 2012
Consider Mary Russell, a retired teacher from Iowa City, Iowa, who describes herself as an evangelical Christian and “old school” Republican of the moderate mold. Regarding the Republican presidential candidates, Ms. Russell says,“If they’re going to decide on women’s reproductive issues, I’m not going to vote for any of them. Women’s reproduction is our own business.” Now she reports she may vote for President Obama.

In a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll while in an imagined face-to-face match up, President Obama currently trails Mitt Romney by six percentage points with male voters,but the president has an 18 point lead with women --- across political parties.

It’s no wonder. As divisive as abortion rights still are as a political issue, women voters (and most men) are overwhelmingly supportive of basic contraception. That's no surprise considering that 99% of reproductive-age women have used birth control.

While women voters might rather focus on jobs and the economy, watching Republicans jeopardize women’s health and reproductive freedom while slandering those who try and stand in their way is enough to make women demand not only good jobs and fair pay but political leaders who respect the liberty and rights of women in America.

President Obama’s campaign may be paying for fliers and advertisements to attract women voters, but in this regard, Republicans are giving him the kind of help that money can’t buy.

Sally Kohn is a Fox News Contributor. You can find her online at http://sallykohn.com

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/03/15/yes...

“Dont care how you did it in FL”

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#15 Mar 16, 2012
Sarah Palin got to on the ticket last election and hillary didnt!

“Dont care how you did it in FL”

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#16 Mar 16, 2012
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
Just askin.
Your just playing the gender card typical liberal behavior!
Mario

Bessemer City, NC

#17 Mar 16, 2012
Just cheap low class white girls that screw nixxers!!!!
Hillary

Dawsonville, GA

#18 Mar 16, 2012
Mario wrote:
Just cheap low class white girls that screw nixxers!!!!
Low class nobody.
A conservative woman

Dahlonega, GA

#19 Mar 16, 2012
Sad that women are so involved with their own uterus. That is what is wrong with today's women and why they have so many relationship problems; they don't see beyond their vagina and realize it isn't all that special.

It is a woman's responsibility to make sure her uterus and vagina are clean and child-free, unless she decides otherwise. I believe that women who go on and on about their vagina and uterus are insecure people and have very little else going on in their life. I find it pathetic that a uterus or vagina is platform for politics.

When women focus on better childcare, education, equal pay, and equality in all the important issues then you can bitch about your vagina or uterus. Ms. Fluke is an idiot (slut) for going before congress and asking for free birth control; why not request something that helps all women like help with education, especially if a woman has children and is raising those children alone.

Half these old bitties that complain about conservatives not liking women and their uterus are dried up or have had all their "stuff" removed.

I don't get it and never will. I want more money -screw my vagina! Not literally. Ha.
Tsplost

Jonesboro, GA

#20 Mar 16, 2012
http://m.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane...

And the above link is what liberal Randi Rhodes says about women.
Tsplost

Jonesboro, GA

#21 Mar 16, 2012
http://m.townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/...

Another link of liberals hating women.

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