Skip to comments.The real ‘War on Women’ is a civil war
Posted on 11/22/2012 8:49:12 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
The numbers are in, and they are grim.
TIME Magazine has given us Four Ways Women Won the 2012 Election. They begin by exulting that Obama got 55% of the female vote; 67% of single women voted for him.
Number four on TIMEs list is this: Republican men with extreme views on abortion lost their elections.
After of course using Todd Legitimate Rape Akin and Richard God Intended Mourdock as representative examples of pro-life candidates, they went on to add:
In rebuking such candidates, voters sent a clear message last night that theyre tired of a backwards-looking agenda that hurts women and families, EMILYs List president Stephanie Schriock said in a statement. The political-action committee, which supports pro-choice female candidates, reported more donors and members during the 2011-12 election cycle than at any other period in its 27-year history.
The sad, scary truth is that the majority of women and an authoritative majority of single women voted for Obama. Without women, he would not have been elected.
You and I know that abortion is misogyny in action. You and I know that women are not freed from oppression by simply passing on the oppression to their children. You and I know that forcing other people to buy our birth control pills is not a victory for liberty, but the opposite of that. You and I know that the abortion industry cares not about women, but about their bottom line.
Apparently, 55% of women dont know that...
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The sins of the mother or father should never be paid by the blood of their sons and daughters.
What war on women? I would think it is a war on babies. Women have a choice, unborn babies don’t.
Very sad but with leftist control over schools K-12, universities, movies, tv, etc. only see it getting worse.
The best response I’ve heard to the abortion question is this:
“Give me the name of the person who gets to decide which unborn babies deserve the death penalty. What capital crime did that unborn baby commit to deserve the death penalty.”
“If it ain’t a baby, you ain’t pregnant.”
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