Proof Republican/Tea Party Nation hate women
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#1 Feb 7, 2012
Another Wacko from the Republican/Tea Party Nation - idiot bites the dust!
Karen Handel (HAN'-duhl) announced her resignation as vice president for public policy in a letter to Komen officials Tuesday.
Handel said in her letter that she had supported cutting off funding for Planned Parenthood.
Handel, a former Republican candidate for governor in Georgia, emphasized her opposition to abortion during her 2010 campaign.
She can pack her bag and get out of town, NOW.
#2 Feb 7, 2012
Super-wealthy partners at Bain Capital, perhaps none has a greater potential return than the one they've made in Mitt Romney.
Current & former Bain executives and their relatives have given about $4.7 million to organizations dedicated to making Romney the next president of the United States.
Bain Capital associates have been filling Romney's coffers since 2004, before the former Massachusetts governor officially embarked on a presidential run.
#3 Feb 7, 2012
Bain Capital LLC is a Boston-based private equity firm, founded in 1984 by Romney and other partners of the consulting firm Bain & Co.
Mitt Romney worked for both Bain Capital and Bain & Co., which are separate entities. Of the Five of those 16 contributing executives worked at Bain & Co. while the rest worked at Bain Capital.
Sounds more like a 666 business to me!
#4 Feb 7, 2012
The Good Old Millionaire&Billionaire Boys Club know how to fix this here economy and their motives are just as altruistic as can be.
Amazing how many Koch Bros. worshipper types fall for that garbage.
#5 Feb 7, 2012
Republican/Tea Party Nation yuppies, or AntiChrists.
Yup, all them "job creators", and not only the Bain LLC execs, investing in economic growth, trickle down, and all they have to do is transfer the funds needed back to the U.S. from them offshore accounts where it's hoarded, hope they didn't break a sweat!
#6 Feb 7, 2012
After my first Fib-O-Meter pinned its needle, began smoking, and stopped working up when I entered the George Bush quote, "I'm a uniter, not a divider," some 12 years later, I was ready to test my new, improved Fib-O-Meter 2.0.
When I entered the Karen Handel quote from this article, "Neither the decision nor the changes themselves were based on anyone's political beliefs or ideology," FOM 2.0 emitted a shower of sparks, laughed maniacally and blew itself up!
Oh, well, back to the drawing board. Either that, or I stop testing on Republican/Tea Party Nation member's statements.
#7 Feb 7, 2012
Republican/Tea Party Nation member's out did themselves this past weekend.
U.S. Congressman Pete Hoekstra (R-Mich) released an attack ad against U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich) during the Super Bowl that showed a Chinese woman speaking broken English and thanking Stabenow for helping China’s economy at Michigan’s expense.
#8 Feb 8, 2012
You'd think, as an elected member of Congress, you wouldn't scream at your constituents for blaming the banks for our financial crisis. But Illinois' Joe Walsh sure did.
You'd think you wouldn't openly praise shamed Senator Joe McCarthy or his shameful "un-American activities committee." Meet Iowa's Steve King.
You'd think you wouldn't say publicly that "Goebbels would be proud of the Democratic propaganda machine" or that anyone with an Obama 2012 bumper sticker was "a threat to the gene pool." But Allen West is so crazy he thinks that's ok.
Wisconsin's Sean Duffy is a former reality TV star who has co-sponsored every anti-choice bill in Congress, and admires Gov. Walker's attacks on Wisconsin workers.
New Hampshire's Frank Guinta campaigned on overturning Roe V. Wade, and is also called one of the most corrupt members of Congress.
And Minnesota's Chip Cravaack is so hypocritical, he didn't just run away from his Tea Party support when he got to Congress, he ran away from Minnesota — and moved his family to New Hampshire.
#9 Feb 9, 2012
This is the example of what kind of creeps work and report from FOX news Corp..
The son of New York City's police commissioner will not be charged in a case alleging sexual assault, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Greg Kelly, who is also a co-host of the local Fox television program "Good Day in New York," was being investigated after a woman stated he assaulted her after the two had drinks at a bar last October, 2011.
#10 Feb 9, 2012
You may have already seen it going around online.
It’s a racially charged ad that features an Asian woman riding a bicycle in a rice paddy, speaking broken English, "thanking" Debbie for increasing the deficit and shipping jobs overseas.
More proof the Republican/Tea Party Nation member's hate women, they get them to do their dirty work for them, spinless pigs!
#11 Feb 11, 2012
When Planned Parenthood nearly lost funding last week because of a House Republican/Tea Party Nation-led witch hunt.
Radical House Republican/Tea Party Nation member's
are still on the attack against women. A campaign by the Republican/Tea Party Nation member's have declared a war on women.
#12 Feb 14, 2012
Republican/Tea Party Nation member's in Congress want to put your boss right in your bedroom, deciding whether you have access to contraception and even what kind you can use and the U.S. Senate's voting on it tomorrow.
It's Senator Roy Blunt's radical response to President Obama's balanced approach to ensuring that women have access to birth control coverage.
More proof those crazy Republican/Tea Party Nation member's or a bunch of looney's.
#13 Feb 18, 2012
The Republican War on Women Continues
Yesterday morning, House Republicans held a hearing on birth control and refused to include even one woman on the panel.
And in the Senate, GOP leaders are backing the Blunt Amendment, which would allow any employer to deny women basic contraception coverage for any reason.
Once again, Republicans are proving that they are only interested in waging war on women.
#14 Feb 18, 2012
The all-male panel that House Republicans called to testify at a hearing on contraception and women’s health on Thursday. As my friend, Rep. Carolyn Maloney put it,“Where are the women?”
And this hearing came on the same day that one of the major financiers behind GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum suggested women use aspirin for contraception by "put[ting] it between their knees."
It’s outrageous and even more reason that 2012 to be the next Year of the Woman!
Twenty Republican/Tea Party Nation senators have now signed on as cosponsors of the “Blunt Amendment,” a measure that would allow an employer to deny coverage for any health care service to anyone women, men, or children for any reason, even services that can save a life.
#15 Feb 21, 2012
Republican/Tea Party Nation member's actually held a hearing on their plan to allow employers to deny women coverage for birth control and then stopped a woman from testifying?
#16 Feb 23, 2012
Republican/Tea Party Nation member's attacks on women's health are almost too many to mention, but here are some of the lowlights:
1.)'Let Women Die' Bill. House Republicans passed a bill that would allow hospitals that receive federal funds to deny patients access to abortion procedures, even if such a procedure is necessary to save a woman's life.
2.) Contraception. Just last week, Republican Congressman Darrell Issa chaired a hearing on President Obama's plan to provide contraception coverage to women, but blocked all testimony from women's health advocates.
3.) Redefining Rape. In a bill to prevent taxpayer funding for abortions, House Republicans tried to redefine rape as "forcible rape" only, which would exclude statutory rape and women who are drugged or verbally threatened.
4.) Forced Ultrasound. Republicans in the Virginia legislature have just passed a bill requiring women to have an invasive vaginal probe ultrasound before they're permitted to have an abortion.
#17 Feb 24, 2012
The Missouri House passed a resolution this week decrying the Obama administration’s mandate that health insurance policies include birth-control coverage.
A group of seven female Democratic lawmakers, who said they were denied a chance to speak on an issue. These women stood and waited to be recognized for two hours, they were never allowed to speak at all before the vote.
#18 Feb 28, 2012
Rick Santorum said that the separation of church and state.
Rick Santorum also said, President Obama is a “snob” for his vision to provide every child access to higher education.
Santorum said these are places where people become "indoctrinated by liberal professors."
Mitt Romney promised to cut taxes on the wealthiest Americans another 20%.
He then tried connect with Michigan voters by telling them that his wife owns a couple of Cadillacs
#19 Mar 2, 2012
This is another reason why America is to good for any of the Republican/Tea Party Nation clowns running for President of United States of America.
When Sandra Fluke testified before the House Democratic Steering and Policy committee after Republicans attempted to silence her, she courageously spoke truth to power,” the congresswomen wrote in a statement.
She has been subject to attacks that are outside the circle of civilized discussion and that unmask the strong disrespect for women held by some in this country.
#20 Mar 13, 2012
To the Republican/Tea Party Nation member's, I say this; Attacking women who use contraception by calling us prostitutes and worse cannot silence us.
I am proud to stand with the millions of women and men who recognize that our government should legislate according to the reality of our lives not for ideology.
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