Do Republicans think that men's loyalty to their gender is same as to their poli

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  1. IDONO profile image79
    IDONOposted 6 years ago

    Do Republicans think that men's loyalty to their gender is same as to their political party?

    Boy, are they wrong if they do! Seems like daily, they are showing less respect for women's issues, choices and rights. If I invite one of these guys to my party, but tell them to leave their wife home because I think she is too fat, will they make her lose weight or attend the party by themselves? I doubt it. So, if they are going to show such little respect for my female partner, they shouldn't expect my vote. Many married women are cursed with unwanted pregnancy due to rape. Now the husband has to live with that too? Mitt, your chances would have been better as a Democrat in the primaries.

  2. Robephiles profile image95
    Robephilesposted 6 years ago

    It is more that men, especially young single men are either indifferent to, or ignorant of what these issues really are.  Even a lot o those that do care don't have this at the top of their issues.  So there are a lot of Republicans, both men and women, who make excuses and think this is a minority view of the party.  It is true that it probably is the minority when it comes to Republican voters but it seemed to be pretty mainstream when you look at the politicians.

  3. lone77star profile image82
    lone77starposted 6 years ago

    Such a divisive question.

    Do some Republicrats think this way? Possibly. You might even find some Demopublicans who think this way. There are many Republicans who do not think this way. Dr. Ron Paul is perhaps the best example of this.

    What about the baby's rights?

    I believe in freedom of choice, except in areas where that choice will harm another. The Rockefellers and their thugs have done a good job of popularizing murder -- part of their eugenics program. In our society of convenience and instant gratification, many of us have lost our souls -- buying into the lie -- cheapening life, so that too many of us accept wholesale slaughter.

    But I'm an American (not a Party-ite). I believe in the Constitution, and such things are not issues for the national government.

    It's amazing how much alike Obamney and Rombama are. And it's amazing how deluded much of the American public is. What Obama does, his supporters would decry if Romney did the same thing.

    Just like Germany 80 years ago, we're being led like lambs to the slaughter.

    Both Corporate Party candidates have their cosmetic differences, but the Corporate Party gets their agenda no matter which one of their puppets is elected. Last time, Goldman-Sachs supported Obama; this time Romney.

    Both candidates will give us more,
    * War (extended war in Afghanistan, then Syria, Iran and WWIII; war means profits; war means social malleability for the changes the Power Elite want to make)
    * Fiscal insanity ($16.3 Trillion national debt has been accelerating for 11 years; and that debt bubble will pop, soon; Earth will be toast and America ground zero)
    * Tyranny (the Constitution continues to be trashed by both parties; so much for their Oaths of Office; they prefer treason)

    I support "3rd party" candidates. The lesser of two evils is still evil. If given the choice, I would not have voted for either Stalin or Hitler, just as I would not vote for Obama or Romney.

    1. Robephiles profile image95
      Robephilesposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Ron Paul famously gave his "honest rape" answer to a question of whether he would allow abortion in that case. 

      He doesn't differ from other Republicans when it comes to those issues that are being asked about though he does on a number of issues.

    2. IDONO profile image79
      IDONOposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      This reminds me of the radicals from the Vietnam era like Jerry Rueben. Is being a citizen of the U.S. this complicated and filled with conspiracy theories? Why are we here? Who is this Corporate party?   Who is their candidate? Reality or delusion?

  4. Ericdierker profile image52
    Ericdierkerposted 6 years ago

    The whole notion is disturbing. I think that except for rhetoric Obama is no different, just more politically correct in speech.
    Here is the big buggaboo: Even Female Politicians getting that far, are not radical enough to change things. Hillary and Paulin are both out in left field, that way.
    I believe it is Christian Churches that cause the greatest damage. (just like moderate Muslims not condemning radical violent Muslims)
    I am convinced and I do preach, the elevation of women. A celebration of women. And High Fives to all bad ass women who kick butt and get things done. Don't tell anyone but my Momma and my Wife are women, they do not support me, they lead me.

    1. IDONO profile image79
      IDONOposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I'd be careful. That "high five" may be taken as, " Congrats! You did what men have done for years. We didn't expect that from a woman." You and I don't mean it that way, but you know what happens with spin.

  5. tussin profile image57
    tussinposted 6 years ago

    The fact that Romney had an all-male brood probably didn't help him become less ignorant about women.

    1. IDONO profile image79
      IDONOposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      It's hard to see women on a one dimensional resume, on a one dimensional monitor in a one dimensional binder, by a man that has no clue to how many dimensions he has himself. He don't flip-flop. He leafs through himself.

  6. dawnscorner profile image59
    dawnscornerposted 6 years ago

    I'm disturbed by both parties!! I'm disturbed about Romney and his flip flopping voting record. But I'm disturbed by BHO and his signing the NDAA into law as well.

  7. flacoinohio profile image79
    flacoinohioposted 6 years ago

    It depends on the man I guess.  I find it kind of interesting that being part of a political party is somewhat like being a minority or a lower class citizen, political racism and predjudice if you will.  I think loyalty to a political party is simply a learned behavior for the most part.  My dad votes Republican because his dad was a Republican and his father told him he needed to always vote Republican.  I was told to vote Republican.  When I asked why I needed to vote Republican, his response was, "Our family has always been Republican".  To him voting Republican is also a family tradition, something that my father feels is very important to maintain.  Forgive me if I am wrong, but I dont think planned parenthood is funded by the Federal  Government

    1. IDONO profile image79
      IDONOposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      If you belong to a party, you ARE a minority. Only 1/3 to 1/2 of our population vote. That is split between 2 major parties and many smaller ones. Whichever you belong to, you're a minority. Add race, gender and other issues, you're really a minority

  8. Attikos profile image76
    Attikosposted 6 years ago

    If the demwits in general have sunk to the level represented by this question, they may as well save their efforts for next time and go home now.

    1. IDONO profile image79
      IDONOposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Agreed. Sadly though, they sunk to this level long ago.


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