Skip to comments.New Obama Ad: "it's a scary time to be a woman" (barf)
Posted on 07/26/2012 5:41:45 PM PDT by moonshot925
^^ The link
New Obama Ad: "it's a scary time to be a woman"
Especially for a Nancy-Boy.
Brought to you by the very same Obama Regime that supports sex selective abortion of women.
or even a male if you happen to still be in the womb.
Especially for the 2,000 female infants aborted each and every day.
It is scary for women today bacause there are too many metrosexual males from the same mold as Obama. Creepy little grotesque tree hugging homos that would surrender their arms at the snarky command of any idiot. YES! It is scary for any woman out here.
It is most certainly and without a doubt not a scary time to be a woman. In fact, its probably one of the best times to be a woman in America, ever. Never before have women had so many available opportunities, choices, and independence are we really going to subvert that independence by insisting that our gender entitles us to free stuff? Romney opposes requiring insurance coverage for contraception. I should very well hope so! Health care isnt like free speech it is the product of somebody elses labor, and therefore nobody is entitled to it. If youre going to make certain decisions of your own free will, ladies, youd better be responsible for them and stop acting like youre a victim who needs the government to protect you from your own judgment (talk about slippery slopes!).
Replay: It’s a scary time to be a member of NOW.
How could it be a scary time to be a woman - I think it’s a great time to be a woman!!
“New Obama Ad: “it’s a scary time to be a woman” “
I’m a woman and I’m not scared. Little barry hussein zero needs to be the one who is scared.
I don’t consider contraception to be healthcare. Unless it’s prescribed to resolve a medical condition. But contraception is usu. a choice of something to use to prevent pregnancy, which is not a medicine to cure some condition or prevent an illness. Having to pay for all women’s contraception is going to cost a fortune.
But then - at the risk of getting the men angry - I think the same thing about viagra, which is covered by health ins. I don’t think either viagra or contraception should be covered.
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