The Republican hypocrisy in and out of the bedroom<quoted text>
We'd like to, believe me. Liberals won't allow us to stay out of their panties or their bedrooms. They want us to be silent when they suck a growing life out of their wombs.
Maybe if you all kept your sex lives to yourselves and took birth control pills to begin with.
The biggest hypocrisy dealing with conservatives, Republicans and the idea of "small government" is when it comes to American's private life and personal choices. Once again, conservatives pick and choose where they want to use the "small government" card. When dealing with their religious beliefs or love of guns, conservatives often talk about government staying out-of-the-way and following the constitution, but when it comes to American's personal choices dealing with who they want to be in a relationship with, what other religion they might want to follow or choices about a women's own body, small government is pushed aside and big government is back with a vengeance. Conservatives have talked about trying to prevent access to birth control for women and Republican leaders have fought back against any attempt of having health insurance companies cover it under their plans. The intolerance towards the LGBT community, women's rights and freedom of a religion outside Christianity is often abused. Americans who choose not to follow any religious beliefs, whether they're atheists, agnostic or just non-religious are discriminated against especially in parts of the country where religion dominates.
Republicans claim to be the party of "small government," but the reality is that they're the party of using government when they see fit. The upcoming election will prove to be a referendum on the values of America. Whether it's dealing with economic or social issues, Americans have a clear choice to make and we will all find out what direction the country will be going in just a matter of time.