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The Hypocrisy Of "The War On Women"
I often wonder what the heck some people are thinking about while Obama is waging his class warfare so openly and not calling it class warfare. The rich against the poor, men against women and this race against that race. It's too damned obvious and should not be tolerated conduct by an individual who holds the highest office in the land. But I expect it from him because once a Community Organizer always a Community Organizer. It's hard to run of a failed record so what other rabbits can the guy pull out of his hat to explain his failed policies. It's time, well past time, for this nation to call Obama on his continued vitriolic rhetoric and settle the accounts.
As I was doing my morning reading I came across a few things I'd like to share with you. The first scoop of peas I'll dish onto your plate is about a Democratic strategist going by the name of Hilary Rosen. She just happens to work closely with Downer Debbie Wasserman-Schulz - the DNC's Obama attack dog. Now if what she said isn't a direct swipe at any woman then I am a frog and I can assure you that I'm not. Here comes a bit of stupidity you need to get used to as the Democrats start off in desperation. She said that Ann Romney isn't qualified to speak on women's issues. The reason she isn't qualified because "she has never worked a day in her life." She said this on Anderson Cooper's show just last night.
Wow! Did She Really Say That?
For the hearing impaired here's exactly what this attack dog said: “What you have is Mitt Romney running around the country saying, ‘Well, you know, my wife tells me that what women really care about are economic issues’ and, ‘When I listen to my wife, that’s what I’m hearing,’” she said. “Guess what? His wife has never actually worked a day in her life. She’s never really dealt with the kinds of economic issues that a majority of the women in this country are facing in terms of how do we feed our kids, how do we send them to school and how do we — why we worry about their future.’
Really? So raising 5 children, being a survivor of breast cancer and MS doesn't entitle her to speak on women's issues? Really? This is one vicious woman intent on accelerating the Democratic mantra that the Republican Party is waging a war on women. She also claims that the Republican Party started in with the "War On Women" catch it all when in fact it is her boss, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who started up with all this nonsense.
This Is The Person Waging The War On Women
Now the statement caused Ann Romney to actually tweet on Twitter. Here's what Ann had to tweet: “I made a choice to stay home and raise five boys. Believe me, it was hard work,” You can tweet Ann now @AnnDRomney. You go Girl!
So how much is too much? No one is waging any war against women. Everything is suddenly being taken out of proper context and turned into something it never was or will be. I'm a man and I'm offended that some idiot like Hilary Rosen thinks that a woman who doesn't work outside the home doesn't have a "real job."
Your second helping of peas concerns another issue that Obama seems to use as a sword in his war. So I read on and lo and behold I see a press release concerning The Obama Whine House and the disparity in pay within the rank and file who work for the President himself. You see Obama has been going around the nation lamenting the fact that women don't get the same pay for equal work. Hold onto that rhetoric too Oblabber Mouth. Lets discuss this "paycheck discrimination" just a little bit deeper. There is always a problem with me when you want to talk the talk but don't walk the walk.
Here is what Obama said in 2010: “Paycheck discrimination hurts families who lose out on badly needed income. And with so many families depending on women’s wages, it hurts the American economy as a whole. In difficult economic times like these, we simply cannot afford this discriminatory burden."
So where's the beef Obama when that same paycheck discrimination exists in your own staff? "War On Women" huh?
It should be duly noted that the following information came right out of The Whine House's annual report on its staff. Let me see how this grabs you liberal women's attention. There is a disparity right there in Obamaville. The median annual salary for those of the female gender is $60K a year. While the median salary for those of us in the male gender works out to be $71K a year. Doing the math, which I have to do often with this administration, I notice that there is an 18% disparity in pay.
I really hope that the average woman grasps the hypocrisy of the Obama administration concerning their "concern" for women's issues. I also would hope that everyone recognizes the class warfare that Obama, and his minions, are intent on waging in order to win re-election. That really isn't a very good strategy and borders on the edge of becoming quite dangerous as we are witnessing by the events of the past few weeks and months.
Obama's Words About Spouses In Campaigns
I hope you listened to that video closely. Things seem to be getting a little out of hand. We have Obama calling for civil discourse and not saying a word about the outrageous conduct that he himself seems to be promoting, whether it be gender, race or for any other reason. He called it low class. He called it unacceptable. Those are his people who are now doing the dirty deeds. He is also helping to wage this mythical "War On Women" by his rhetoric. The division of this nation on the scale he has embarked on is hardly Presidential.
Is all of this acceptable conduct in a civil society? Or has it come to the point that our society accepts all of this nonsense? All in the name of doing what? Getting re-elected of course.
Remember In November.
The Frog Prince