Skip to comments.Lone Female Democratic Governor Celebrates #EqualPayDay
Posted on 04/08/2014 3:25:46 PM PDT by smoothsailing
Andrew Stiles // April 8, 2014 5:01 pm
New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan (D) celebrated “Equal Pay Day” on Tuesday:
Governor Hassan Proclaims Equal Pay Day, Urges Support for New Hampshire Paycheck Fairness Act http://t.co/FcVQiPlJZM
Gov. Maggie Hassan (@GovernorHassan) April 8, 2014
Of the 21 Democratic state governors, Hassan is the only woman. From the Democratic Governors Association website:
There are four times as many female Republican governors:
Women are amazing. Why do Democrats hate them so much?
when Democrats are saying is that a minimum wage female working as a cashier should be paid the same wage as a construction worker who works his butt off building homes,that comes with the dirty work,heavy lifting and long hours.
Written four years ago. This year's "Equal Occupational Fatality Day" would probably be in 2025.
It's the date when the number of women have killed on the job equals the number of men killed on the job last year.
Mark your calendars.
If they were really smart and capable they wouldn’t be Democrats.
Another grand talking point of the Democrats!
Have not yet met two people Man and Woman that performed the same job and yet deserved equal pay! So many dependencies that it is silly to try to equalize them. Of course that depends upon a subjective opinion by their Supervisor but isn’t that the way it is in real life?
I’d imagine that if a woman is better at the job, she will get enormous benefits these days! That is called competition and it works!
Please, can’t we just get back to the best man/woman for the job and let the rest of it go... Really tired of all of this crap!
If Women are to succeed then they have to perform exceptionally ad expected!
In other words, there is no longer a bottom rate salary for that new hire, which I had to endure, and instead, she gets hired at the salary that I worked 25 years for...........
Never underestimate the Democrat capacity for hypocrisy.
Used to be, if we wanted a man’s wages, we had to marry one of them. Now-a-days, they’re already married to each other.