Skip to comments.ACLU pressuring vice presidential debate moderator to emphasize GOP ‘war on women’
Posted on 10/10/2012 11:08:43 AM PDT by Rusty0604
Vice President Joe Bidens debate with Republican rival Paul Ryan will be dominated by questions about abortion and contraception if the American Civil Liberties Unions attempts to pressure the debate moderator succeed.
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Proper Response: Ryan: “I have no idea what you are talking about, there is no GOP “war on women”. Next Question?”
Who is Plug’s Bishop?
Oh you mean The American Communist Labor Union?
Obama and Co. are a war on the American way of life which happens to be enjoyed by women.
The ACLU which has been taken over by muslims (8 of 12 sit on the board) are now going to complain about the GOP “war on woman”? The same muslims that believe woman are property, to do with whatever they want.
The whole thing reeks of sulphur.
Proper Response: Ryan:
“When President Obama attended your wedding in 1991, did he offer to pay for your birth control THEN?”
Lets talk about the War on Women. It is a war on Women and their families when their husbands cannot get a job and support their children. It is a War on Women when women must get out and get a job to pay the high taxes the Democrats impose on working families. It is a WAr on Women when little girls in Islamic countries are murdered because they protest their schools being shut down by the Taliban.
It is NOT a wow when Republicans stand against taxpayers providing birth control pills to college girls.
Didn’t the Taliban just gun down a female activist yesterday—a woman who has been crusading in her country for girls to have a right to an education? Yeah, republicans pull that same crap every day, don’t they?
“When Obama’s policies hit the American economy, he hit single mothers twice. I’m here to end the destructive cycle of abuse.”
if the moderator had Romney attend her wedding instead of Obama, the aclu would demand her recusal.
nobody is talking about the blatent appearance of bias.
Just remember, Sandra Fluke wasn’t demanding that the government pay for her contraception; she was demanding that the government force her law school - Georgetown Law, which is a Roman Catholic (Jesuit) institution - pay for it.
IOW having the government force a religious institution to violate it’s beliefs.
On a more practical matter, if Fluke could afford going to a school that has a suishi bar with two suishi chefs ( yes I’ve eaten there ) in it’s cafeteria, she could certainly afford to pay for most contraceptive options. And considering what her hips and thighs look like walking a couple blocks over and back from the CVS at the corner of 4th/Mass/H st wouldn’t have hurt her at all.
Ryan should refuse to attend the debate until Obama shill Martha Radditz is replaced with someone without affiliations to the White House.
I disagree. Ryan should just start out the debate by asking the moderator what Baraq gave her as a wedding gift.
This is about mandated free abortion - not birth control pills. Secondly, it’s about attacking the Catholic Church’s refusal to pay for and celebrate b.c. pills and devices and abortion for employees of the church.
Ryan and Romney can unload this Obama cap pistol by telling the Obamavagina people that the government does not belong in a position to control women’s vaginas via centralizing control over birth control pills via Federal insurance company mandates. Here we thought the Left did not want the government involved in women’s wombs. But I guess that is a lie.
Birth control is a woman’s private business and choice and not the business of government control via mandates and dictates from the Federal governmnet. With the power to dictate birth control proceedures and medicines, the Left will progress to control who can and can not have babies and this gives them the power to implement China’s one child policy on women. Don’t let the government into controlling your reproductive rights and privacy.
Talk about birth control pills which are already paid for by 99%+ of insurance policies and Federal health programs and let the Left bring up abortion.
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