Republican War Against Women Continues
Ronco

London, KY

#128 Mar 1, 2013
I know about eggs. I'm laying them one after another by saying there's no repub war on women bills when they're in legislatures all over the place.
Saved

Mount Vernon, KY

#129 Mar 1, 2013
It must be hard for women today to
Vote
Work
Gossip
Get government aid
Get full custody almost always
Have men to pick up heavy objects for them
Split up married couples
Become teachers, district attorneys, judges
And why is it abused women are abused by liberal men or men who doesn't hold to conservative values. Why is it liberal women have more financial problems and domestic problem than conservative Christian women? You wanna know why liberal women have no values or morals to live buy but would rather blame the better half of society for their own mistakes.
GOP

Morehead, KY

#130 Mar 1, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
<quoted text>
Feel free to look over the way over 1100 Republican bills attacking us between 2010 and now. Also all the blocks on things helping women, the Violence Against Women Act and Equal Paycheck Act are only two. And the other moves against us such as repealing state fair pay laws, doing away with full sex-ed in schools, attacking the pill (yes, attacking the pill, not abortion). There's also all the stupid anti-women things said by Republican leaders (and there's a lot of them from a lot of different Republican leaders).
Is there a massive attack by the Republican Party and the extremists and religious drumbeaters which have taken it over? Yep, there is. The proof is in they 'are' attacking us. See my above paragraph, posts of issues on this thread, and on my other thread about the war on women (the link is in Post #1). Just the 1100+ bills should be enough proof. How much more proof do you want?
Democrats have always sought every possible way to divide the people into voting blocs and women are just one of the voting blocs. If that were not true they would have passed a "Domestic Violence Act" instead of a Violence Against Women Act.

Republicans want to adhere to the Constitution---Democrats want to do away with it. Obama and the Democrats wipe their feet on most of it and they hate the tenth amedndment. It's no wonder a lot of states would like to secede.
GOP

Morehead, KY

#131 Mar 1, 2013
*amendment
Saved

Mount Vernon, KY

#132 Mar 1, 2013
The wisdom of Solomon applied to modern liberals
By Dennis Campbell
The wisest man in history was the great philosopher/king Solomon, who ruled over Israel 3,000 years ago during the height of that nation's power and prosperity.
His story is recorded in First Kings of the Old Testament (New International Version). At the beginning of Solomon's reign, God appeared to him in a dream and asked what he desired from the Lord. Solomon asked for "a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong."
This pleased the Lord, who said, "Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you, nor will there ever be."
Solomon's great wisdom is displayed in the book of Proverbs, a series of sayings that cover most aspects of human life. Remarkably, Solomon seemed to anticipate today's Liberals in these gems.
Of course, he did not use the word Liberal, but instead made repeated references to fools. He was biting in his disdain for their behavior and in his warnings of the consequences of it. Two Hebrew words were most frequently used that are translated "fool."
The first has as its root someone who is perverse (defined by Merriam-Webster as "turned away from what is right or good; obstinate in opposing what is right, reasonable or accepted; marked by peevishness or petulance"), and "perverted," or turned aside or away from what is good or true or morally right.
The second word refers to someone who is stupid, silly or vile.
One immediately is reminded of Liberal bloggers and their vulgar, profane and superficial rantings — for example, the twisted ravings of the recent female bloggers for John Edwards, whose grotesque offerings caused such a storm of protest and criticism.
Saved

Mount Vernon, KY

#133 Mar 1, 2013
By Dennis Campbell
The wisest man in history was the great philosopher/king Solomon, who ruled over Israel 3,000 years ago during the height of that nation's power and prosperity.
His story is recorded in First Kings of the Old Testament (New International Version). At the beginning of Solomon's reign, God appeared to him in a dream and asked what he desired from the Lord. Solomon asked for "a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong."
This pleased the Lord, who said, "Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you, nor will there ever be."
Solomon's great wisdom is displayed in the book of Proverbs, a series of sayings that cover most aspects of human life. Remarkably, Solomon seemed to anticipate today's Liberals in these gems.
Of course, he did not use the word Liberal, but instead made repeated references to fools. He was biting in his disdain for their behavior and in his warnings of the consequences of it. Two Hebrew words were most frequently used that are translated "fool."
The first has as its root someone who is perverse (defined by Merriam-Webster as "turned away from what is right or good; obstinate in opposing what is right, reasonable or accepted; marked by peevishness or petulance"), and "perverted," or turned aside or away from what is good or true or morally right.
The second word refers to someone who is stupid, silly or vile.
One immediately is reminded of Liberal bloggers and their vulgar, profane and superficial rantings — for example, the twisted ravings of the recent female bloggers for John Edwards, whose grotesque offerings caused such a storm of protest and criticism.
So, having laid the groundwork for Solomon's depictions of today's Liberals, let's take a look at some specific Proverbs, substituting "Liberal" for "fool."
Proverbs 1:7: "The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but Liberals despise wisdom and discipline." The evidence of this can be found on just about any college campus.
Proverbs 10:23: "A Liberal finds pleasure in evil conduct, but a man of understanding delights in wisdom." Homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, abortion, euthanasia, foul and profane language, violence toward those who disagree with them — the list of the dark and dismal things Liberals hold dear is long.
Proverbs 12:16: "A Liberal shows his annoyance at once, but a prudent man overlooks an insult," and Proverbs 14:16: "A wise man fears the LORD and shuns evil, but a Liberal is hotheaded and reckless." Just visit a liberal blog, or listen to Airhead America radio.
Proverbs 15:2: "The tongue of the wise commends knowledge, but the mouth of the Liberal gushes folly." Have you listened to Liberal callers to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham?
Proverbs 17:16: "Of what use is money in the hand of a Liberal, since he has no desire to get wisdom?" Yet, they demand that we give more and more of it to them!
Proverbs 18:2: "A Liberal finds no pleasure in understanding but delights in airing his own opinions." Full of emotion and vituperation, but little substance.
Proverbs 20:3: "It is to a man's honor to avoid strife, but every Liberal is quick to quarrel." Just try to debate one.
Proverbs 23:9: "Do not speak to a Liberal, for he will scorn the wisdom of your words." On second thought, perhaps you should not waste your time arguing with them.
Proverbs 27:22: "Though you grind a Liberal in a mortar, grinding him like grain with a pestle, you will not remove his folly from him." Presenting a reasoned and factual argument to a Liberal is futility.
Proverbs 29:9: "If a wise man goes to court with a Liberal, the Liberal rages and scoffs, and there is no peace,"
Saved

Mount Vernon, KY

#134 Mar 1, 2013
http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/campbell/...
The wisest man in history was the great philosopher/king Solomon, who ruled over Israel 3,000 years ago during the height of that nation's power and prosperity.

His story is recorded in First Kings of the Old Testament (New International Version). At the beginning of Solomon's reign, God appeared to him in a dream and asked what he desired from the Lord. Solomon asked for "a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong."

This pleased the Lord, who said, "Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you, nor will there ever be."

Solomon's great wisdom is displayed in the book of Proverbs, a series of sayings that cover most aspects of human life. Remarkably, Solomon seemed to anticipate today's Liberals in these gems.

Of course, he did not use the word Liberal, but instead made repeated references to fools. He was biting in his disdain for their behavior and in his warnings of the consequences of it. Two Hebrew words were most frequently used that are translated "fool."

The first has as its root someone who is perverse (defined by Merriam-Webster as "turned away from what is right or good; obstinate in opposing what is right, reasonable or accepted; marked by peevishness or petulance"), and "perverted," or turned aside or away from what is good or true or morally right.

The second word refers to someone who is stupid, silly or vile.

One immediately is reminded of Liberal bloggers and their vulgar, profane and superficial rantings — for example, the twisted ravings of the recent female bloggers for John Edwards, whose grotesque offerings caused such a storm of protest and criticism.

Since: Sep 09

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#135 Mar 1, 2013
Ummmmmmmmm ..... do you think anyone is reading all that? It's kinda long-winded even for cut and pastes.

And what the heck does any of it has to do with the thread topic?

We already know you don't like black people, gays, liberals, and women. You have made that abundantly clear in past posts on various threads. From the history of your comments I guess what you hate most is the idea that anyone different than you should have the same rights as you.
yes he did

London, KY

#136 Mar 2, 2013
Hewett (CT Rep-D) defends comment, says he won't resign (Told 17 Y/O girl got a "snake" for her)
The Day.com ^| 03/01/2013 | Johanna Somers

The Black DEM Rep. Ernest Hewett, who was removed as deputy speaker this week after making what some saw as an inappropriate comment to a teenager, defended himself Friday.

“I have been disciplined and I haven’t even had due process,” said Hewett, a New London Democrat.

During a Feb. 20 Appropriations Committee hearing, a female 17-year-old ambassador for the Connecticut Science Center asked the committee to continue funding the center’s ambassador program.

During her speech, she said the program helped her overcome her shyness and get over her fear of snakes.

According to an audiotape of the hearing, Hewett said:“If you’re bashful I got a snake sitting under my desk here.”

(Excerpt) Read more at theday.com ...
Demhateswomen

Manchester, KY

#137 Mar 2, 2013
yes he did wrote:
Hewett (CT Rep-D) defends comment, says he won't resign (Told 17 Y/O girl got a "snake" for her)
The Day.com ^| 03/01/2013 | Johanna Somers
The Black DEM Rep. Ernest Hewett, who was removed as deputy speaker this week after making what some saw as an inappropriate comment to a teenager, defended himself Friday.
“I have been disciplined and I haven’t even had due process,” said Hewett, a New London Democrat.
During a Feb. 20 Appropriations Committee hearing, a female 17-year-old ambassador for the Connecticut Science Center asked the committee to continue funding the center’s ambassador program.
During her speech, she said the program helped her overcome her shyness and get over her fear of snakes.
According to an audiotape of the hearing, Hewett said:“If you’re bashful I got a snake sitting under my desk here.”
(Excerpt) Read more at theday.com ...
He could have taken a junket with the NJ senator to Dominican Republic and raped babies, with SS/FBI protection.
Demhateswomen

Manchester, KY

#138 Mar 2, 2013
"Everyone at the hearing thought it was hilarious!"

Of course they did. They are Democrats.
Demhateswomen

Manchester, KY

#139 Mar 2, 2013
Wonder if the girls father may go "snake" hunting? I would.
Demhateswomen

Manchester, KY

#140 Mar 2, 2013
If this guy ends up under a bridge in Mississippi will the "snake" die too? Will the dad be convicted of crielty to a reptile? Where's PETA, at the da,mned chicken fights? lmao
WillyP

Bowling Green, KY

#141 Mar 2, 2013
Demhateswomen wrote:
<quoted text>
He could have taken a junket with the NJ senator to Dominican Republic and raped babies, with SS/FBI protection.
Her mind is made up, don't confuse her with facts! These fine gentlemen are democrats and thus can do no wrong. As long as they come through with tax money for Jenny's birth control and guarantee free abortions, they're the salt of the earth.
DemHatesWomen

Manchester, KY

#142 Mar 2, 2013
WillyP wrote:
<quoted text>
Her mind is made up, don't confuse her with facts! These fine gentlemen are democrats and thus can do no wrong. As long as they come through with tax money for Jenny's birth control and guarantee free abortions, they're the salt of the earth.
It would appear your statement is true.

You would think the circle arguments they make, one of them would at least get a glimps of their own tails?

Women are weak and need "special" laws. Such as, women assigned to combat units?

I may be dumber than than a three year old black democrat but I can't see their logic?
fair bet

London, KY

#143 Mar 2, 2013
There's too many bills to be overlooked by women and from what's being said against women by gop followers on here my prediction is the gop will be losing again because of their vote.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#144 Mar 2, 2013
Republicans are sending this country down the tubes.

“Gods Curse On Lazy Hillbillies”

Since: Jun 12

Dale City, VA

#145 Mar 2, 2013
DemHatesWomen wrote:
<quoted text>
I may be dumber than than a three year old black democrat but I can't see their logic?
Of Course You're Dumber Than a 3 Year Old Black Democrat....You're Republican!!!....And Republicans Have a Logic Seeing Disability....

“Gods Curse On Lazy Hillbillies”

Since: Jun 12

Dale City, VA

#146 Mar 2, 2013
AllArnerican1 wrote:
Republicans are sending this country down the tubes.
And They're Blaming Democrats....Every Step Of The Way....

Since: Jun 12

Deadwood, SD

#147 Mar 2, 2013
--Crack Rabbit-- wrote:
<quoted text>
And They're Blaming Democrats....Every Step Of The Way....
If the shoe fits..........

Just sayin.

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