Skip to comments.Moms Discriminated Against at the DNC? (Wasserman Schultz)
Posted on 09/05/2012 9:24:50 PM PDT by bronxville
While Democrats are effusing over the Mom-in-Chief, its worth noting that a California branch of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is currently petitioning Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to stop discrimination against moms with young kids and infants.
Moms with young children and nursing babies need your help! They say.
According to the petition, the Democratic Party is refusing to allow moms who are elected delegates onto the floor of the Convention if they must bring breastfeeding babies or small children in tow. There are no accommodations for on-site childcare, leaving women with very few options.
READ MORE: http://www.thenation.com/blog/169744/moms-discriminated-against-dnc
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kinda sounds like the Dems got a war on women going on...
Democrats will lose more votes than they gain on this convention. For Dems. SNAFU
Could well be the case.
I turned over at half-time and the Fluke lady was speaking.
They would put this person as a prime time speaker because why?
I confess that I haven’t listened to much of their convention. But what I have heard, they will probably keep the “hard core” base...but new voters will probably be totally turned off. And if they aren’t..there is a serious problem.
Well, of course. Don’t these foolish women know that they should have killed their babies? And they call themselves Democrats. Humph.
children are embarrassing to Democrats as are large happy extended families
Question for anyone who was in a public venue (e.g. a pub) with a TV turned on:
Was anyone turned to this show? Was anyone watching it?
Sure, how could they have had all of those children around when they were talking about contraception and abortion?
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