Opinion: GOP is waging a war on women

Opinion: GOP is waging a war on women

There are 3 comments on the The Times of Trenton story from Mar 14, 2012, titled Opinion: GOP is waging a war on women. In it, The Times of Trenton reports that:

Sandra Fluke, a third-year law student at Georgetown University, testifies during a hearing before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee Feb.

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Don

Fountain, CO

#1 Mar 15, 2012
Not wanting to fund someone elses' lifestyle does not constitute a "War on Women," if you need to see a "War on Women" I'd recommend a trip to Sudan, or the Middle East. This is simply a classic example of the welfare queens demanding yet more of the public dole rather than moderating their own lives, and exercising some discipline or independent thought. They are pathetic, miserable creatures with little potential to survive without aid so long as they continue to limit themselves to the charity of others. Not even charity; they demand government action, which is simply force of law. It is the height of hypocrisy. The Flukes of the world want "Our hands out of their wombs" but they'll be happy to put our WALLETS into them.
Wake Up

United States

#2 Mar 15, 2012
Yes the Catholisc have had their religious freedom attacked by this Administration, and telling the Catholic hospital they have to pass out abortion pills, by force of the Government. But yet these welfare queens, want it for free too. And why are they catered to, and those who want their religious liberty are told to go to hell.
Don wrote:
Not wanting to fund someone elses' lifestyle does not constitute a "War on Women," if you need to see a "War on Women" I'd recommend a trip to Sudan, or the Middle East. This is simply a classic example of the welfare queens demanding yet more of the public dole rather than moderating their own lives, and exercising some discipline or independent thought. They are pathetic, miserable creatures with little potential to survive without aid so long as they continue to limit themselves to the charity of others. Not even charity; they demand government action, which is simply force of law. It is the height of hypocrisy. The Flukes of the world want "Our hands out of their wombs" but they'll be happy to put our WALLETS into them.
Wake Up

United States

#3 Mar 15, 2012
typo should read "Catholics" have had their religious freedom attacked...etc above

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