About 250 rally for women's rights

About 250 rally for women's rights

There are 36 comments on the The Columbus Dispatch story from Apr 29, 2012, titled About 250 rally for women's rights. In it, The Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Donna Carver doesn't need contraceptives anymore and will never have to consider getting an abortion.

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Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#21 Apr 30, 2012
markbano wrote:
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Translation: Imagine is an Obama-hating Conservative, so I will never question her right to post on the Columbus boards.
Imagine engages in discussions, not flaming troll-speak. Those are YOUR people, Mark.

“No respect.”

Since: Aug 10

Ashland, OH

#22 Apr 30, 2012
Kramers Attorney wrote:
<quoted text>You mean the producers and taxpayers? Yeah, that's us.
"People" like you should be allowed to starve, but your Marxist buddies steal from our paychecks so that you'll keep voting for them.
I know that you are aware that Obama has not only not raised your taxes, but has lowered then. So are you just being dishonest here?

“With Attitude”

Since: Jan 12

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#24 Apr 30, 2012
hey now wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, all kinds of pre-pubescent clitori laying at the alters of every Christian denomination in the land, you stupid phfuck.
Using the government & laws where it's based on religious beliefs is the same as sharia whether it's islamic or christian beliefs. Forcing women to have children when they don't want to is the same as sharia. Why are republicans also wanting to cut funding to things like breast cancer screening? Why are republicans in 2 states pushing bills to have being a single mother listed as being a major cause of child abuse? There's a long list of bills like this around the nation ~~ all of them republican.

Since: Sep 08

Placitas, NM

#26 Apr 30, 2012
Sue Robbins wrote:
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What rights don't women have in America? Are the women protesting against Muslims in Pakastan or somewhere? Or, is this just manufactured left wing lunatic crap to benefit the unions and obama?
If you had the intellectual capability you would know the rally "at the Statehouse to protest government policy on birth control, abortion and women’s health."

Your comments will have some substance after the Equal Rights Amendment is adopted.

Do you think the Constitution should guarantee equal rights for men and women, or not? It should: 91% It should not 4% Not sure 5%

Once upon a time, these were the scariest words in America:

Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex... "PPP found that just about every American believes women's equality should be guaranteed in the Constitution.

"Fortunately for those 91 percent of us who aren't Schlafly, there's a bill for that, in both the House and the Senate. It's time—in fact, it's long past time—for women to finally have this basic right." http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/04/24/1086...

Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#28 Apr 30, 2012
markbano wrote:
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I know that you are aware that Obama has not only not raised your taxes, but has lowered then. So are you just being dishonest here?
Did I say anything about tax rates, Mark. Stealing is stealing regardless of the amount when it comes to welfare for those who are undeserving.
Now, do what you always do...blame Bush, the Tea Party and Limbaugh.

“No respect.”

Since: Aug 10

Ashland, OH

#29 Apr 30, 2012
Kramers Attorney wrote:
<quoted text>Imagine engages in discussions, not flaming troll-speak. Those are YOUR people, Mark.
If you want to consider using the Bible to justify a viewpoint that God gave the world AIDS as well as being responsible for 9/11 and the financial collapse as engaging in discussion, well I guess she does. I guess she is your people, George.

Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#30 Apr 30, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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If you had the intellectual capability you would know the rally "at the Statehouse to protest government policy on birth control, abortion and women’s health."
Your comments will have some substance after the Equal Rights Amendment is adopted.
Do you think the Constitution should guarantee equal rights for men and women, or not? It should: 91% It should not 4% Not sure 5%
Once upon a time, these were the scariest words in America:
Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex... "PPP found that just about every American believes women's equality should be guaranteed in the Constitution.
"Fortunately for those 91 percent of us who aren't Schlafly, there's a bill for that, in both the House and the Senate. It's time—in fact, it's long past time—for women to finally have this basic right." http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/04/24/1086...
You losers couldn't get the ERA passed even with a three year extension.
Women have MORE rights than men, douche. Ever heard of Affirmative Action? Ever seen college graduation rates?

Since: Sep 08

Placitas, NM

#31 Apr 30, 2012
markbano wrote:
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I know that you are aware that Obama has not only not raised your taxes, but has lowered then. So are you just being dishonest here?
You assume too damn much! Dittoheads, Foxholes, and teabaggers are woefully misinformed and ignorant. Hell they are probably even dumb enough to believe the GOP isn't committing that war on women the women were demontrating against this past week-end!.

Here is a list of what Fox News viewers believe that just aint so:

91 percent believe the stimulus legislation lost jobs
49 percent believe income taxes have gone up
72 percent believe the health reform law will increase the deficit
72 percent believe the economy is getting worse
60 percent believe climate change is not occurring

http://www.alternet.org/story/149193/study_co...

Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#32 Apr 30, 2012
DayStar_ wrote:
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Using the government & laws where it's based on religious beliefs is the same as sharia whether it's islamic or christian beliefs. Forcing women to have children when they don't want to is the same as sharia. Why are republicans also wanting to cut funding to things like breast cancer screening? Why are republicans in 2 states pushing bills to have being a single mother listed as being a major cause of child abuse? There's a long list of bills like this around the nation ~~ all of them republican.
Common sense is alien to you.

---Don't get pregnant.
---Pay for your own damned health screenings.
---The most dangerous person to a child in a fatherless home is often mom's boyfriend.

Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#33 Apr 30, 2012
markbano wrote:
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If you want to consider using the Bible to justify a viewpoint that God gave the world AIDS as well as being responsible for 9/11 and the financial collapse as engaging in discussion, well I guess she does. I guess she is your people, George.
I said "discussions" not their content.
I could turn Reader inside out the same way.

Since: Sep 08

Placitas, NM

#34 Apr 30, 2012
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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All I know is that I used to pay $287 (for me) for a three month health care premium through Anthem. Now I pay $529. I call that a huge tax increase thanks to Barry O, the empty suit.
That's called a premium increase, or gouging by greedy insurances company leeches, or GREAT REASON for Medicare for all!

“No respect.”

Since: Aug 10

Ashland, OH

#35 Apr 30, 2012
Enzyte Bob wrote:
I'm going to paraphrase my comment on the Dispatch boards as a question for Mark since he is an ex-journolist.
WHY IS THIS NEWS? I have no problem with a spontaneous demonstration, but the way these things work is all fake. A special interest group with an axe to grind organizes a media event, and sends out a blast of press releases, and the press dutifully appears and covers these events. Why do they treat this as having more substance than a Bank One PR event? It's all astroturf and I'm sick of it.
Bob, I was a sports writer. I didn't really have much experience in the realm of "front-page" news.

But it seems to me, this is the way most news is made (or manufactured may be more appropriate) these days. People stage an event, send out press releases, and the press either chooses to show up, or not, depending on wether they feel the story will appeal to their readership. Really, there's not a whole lot of investigative reporting going on these days at either the national or local level. It's really quite a shame.

“With Attitude”

Since: Jan 12

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#36 Apr 30, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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If you had the intellectual capability you would know the rally "at the Statehouse to protest government policy on birth control, abortion and women’s health."
Your comments will have some substance after the Equal Rights Amendment is adopted.
Do you think the Constitution should guarantee equal rights for men and women, or not? It should: 91% It should not 4% Not sure 5%
Once upon a time, these were the scariest words in America:
Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex... "PPP found that just about every American believes women's equality should be guaranteed in the Constitution.
"Fortunately for those 91 percent of us who aren't Schlafly, there's a bill for that, in both the House and the Senate. It's time—in fact, it's long past time—for women to finally have this basic right." http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/04/24/1086...
I just signed it. Thank you for the link.

Since: Apr 12

Marengo, OH

#37 Apr 30, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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You assume too damn much! Dittoheads, Foxholes, and teabaggers are woefully misinformed and ignorant. Hell they are probably even dumb enough to believe the GOP isn't committing that war on women the women were demontrating against this past week-end!.
Here is a list of what Fox News viewers believe that just aint so:
91 percent believe the stimulus legislation lost jobs
49 percent believe income taxes have gone up
72 percent believe the health reform law will increase the deficit
72 percent believe the economy is getting worse
60 percent believe climate change is not occurring
http://www.alternet.org/story/149193/study_co...
---It did cause the loss of PRIVATE SECTOR jobs.
---Have you seen health care premiums that have soared?
---Anyone who thinks that Obamacare won't increase deficits is brain dead.
---The economy IS getting worse. Did you see last month's growth rate? 30% below projections. U6 unemployment is never reported by the MSM and has never been below 15% over the past three years.
---MAN MADE "climate change" is not occurring. And you tools are so arrogant and controlling that you want to justify using a mere 140 years of climatological data to scam the public.

“With Attitude”

Since: Jan 12

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#40 Apr 30, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
<quoted text>
If you had the intellectual capability you would know the rally "at the Statehouse to protest government policy on birth control, abortion and women’s health."
Your comments will have some substance after the Equal Rights Amendment is adopted.
Do you think the Constitution should guarantee equal rights for men and women, or not? It should: 91% It should not 4% Not sure 5%
Once upon a time, these were the scariest words in America:
Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex... "PPP found that just about every American believes women's equality should be guaranteed in the Constitution.
"Fortunately for those 91 percent of us who aren't Schlafly, there's a bill for that, in both the House and the Senate. It's time—in fact, it's long past time—for women to finally have this basic right." http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/04/24/1086...
The weird part of the rights issue is that the poll on the link you put shows four percent of Americans surveyed said the US Constitution should not give women equal rights. Probably the sons of the ones which opposed the Constitution giving blacks equal rights.
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