September 23, 2012

"'I am not particularly happy with Obama,' the retired auto-parts storeowner said of the man he supported in 2008."

"His wife, walking beside him on the Military Ridge state trail, overheard him voicing doubt. 'What about my reproductive rights?' she asked, clearly upset. 'No, we are voting for Obama!'"

Auto-parts... lady parts... somewhere in Wisconsin. 
Discussing his uncertainty, the retired couple walked off along the popular recreational trail in this small town...
How old does a woman have to be before she stops thinking first and above all about her reproductive rights? Well, at least they are still "discussing his uncertainty" as they walk away, even though she made a declarative statement about how the 2 of them are voting. Maybe he needed to work through his feelings to understand why he is so fuzzy about his reasons for doing what he is going to do.

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mariner said...

Somewhere back in the dark ages, I learned that human"reproduction" means making babies.

Interesting that feminists use the term "reproductive rights" as code for "the right to kill unborn babies".

Pogo said...

The Vagina, an endless monologue.

AprilApple said...

Like recession? Vote Obama.
We all know free contraception and tax payer funded abortion is worth it.
Vote Sandra Fluke.

mesquito said...

Who uses the term "reproductive rights" in a casual conversation? A politicized liberal, that's who. I'll bet you can find well-thumbed copies of Utne Reader in that house.

Palladian said...

Upset vaginas are going to be the death of our Nation.

cubanbob said...

Old and stupid is no way to go through life lady. Also notice the "we are voting" comment. Sounds like the old boy has his 'nads in her purse.

pm317 said...

'What about my reproductive rights?' she asked, clearly upset. 'No, we are voting for Obama!'"

I just tore up a fundraising letter from planned parenthood and mailed it back to them with a note that asked them not to give their vote for free to the Democrats. This woman should think about how she is being manipulated by the Democratic party overlords.

Moose said...

So what are your ladyparts saying about Obama, Ann?

Kev said...

(the other kev)

Shorter version: 'whipped.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

How does this (ideologue) imagine her reproductive rights will change under President Romney? Seriously?

Kev said...

(the other kev)

Shorter version: 'whipped.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

How does this (ideologue) imagine her reproductive rights will change under President Romney? Seriously?

Shouting Thomas said...

Palladian is correct, but I would state it a different way:

The female sense of entitlement is driving us to bankruptcy.

There has to be an end to the demand for preferences and freebies.

EMD said...

Give the lady a break, she's just menopausal.

Firehand said...

I went through some really interesting abuse from people over me saying "So if someone else doesn't pay for your pills and abortions, that means you CAN'T have them?" That was effectively going into their church and peeing on the altar.

I still find it amazing, this belief that "Unless someone else pays for it, I don't have access to it!"

She should also consider that if Obama stays in, she won't be able to afford to eat enough to ovulate.

Tank said...

Further confirmation of why it was a mistake to allow women to vote.

Just sayin.

With all the freedoms Americans have given up, the most important is the freedom to kill unborn babies. Women will set every other issue to the side to protect this freedom.

America's Politico said...

Every-where I went yesterday at the BOOK-FESTIVAL, I saw Obama-Biden 2012 caps and t-shirts. No one - I mean, no one - even considers Romney's existence a possibility.

GOP: You are finished. No one wants you. Why cannot you accept it and go away? Can't you take a hint?

Paco Wové said...

Poor guy's probably thinking, "thank God for the secret ballot"

pm317 said...

Give the lady a break, she's just menopausal.

When all the menopausal woman can think about is reproductive rights, Democrats have indeed succeeded in brainwashing the silly little women.

elkh1 said...

No matter what, she still wants to kill her non-existent babies and someone else pays for her condoms that she no longer needs.

great Unknown said...

Re: your comment on the lady's age, based on the "retired" statement.

It could be that "retired" is a euphemism for laid off or forced out of business, and the couple is indeed within the reproductive window.

Or, she is much younger than him, and wants to make sure that when she sleeps around with younger men, she doesn't get preggers.

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LarsPorsena said...

As someone has already said' "We are a nation of Flukes."

chickelit said...

His wife, walking beside him on the Military Ridge state trail, overheard him voicing doubt. 'What about my reproductive rights?' she asked, clearly upset. 'No, we are voting for Obama!'

She doesn't mean reproductive rights--she means rights to not reproduce. This is double speak.

An attorney who once mentored me was involved in litigation against a company that produced a blockbuster herbicide. We had a conversation:

'The company rebranded itself a 'Life Science" company when its biggest product involves death science.' he mused.

'But isn't weed control life science? Weed out the bad and the good thrives' I countered.

"It's still the science of death." came the retort.

chickelit said...

Palladian said...
Upset vaginas are going to be the death of our Nation.

Are you asking them to just take it on the chin instead?

clint said...

9/23/12 9:42 AM
Blogger Tyrone Slothrop said...

"How does this (ideologue) imagine her reproductive rights will change under President Romney? Seriously?"

^^ This.

The narrative makes *no* sense whatsoever.

Paul said...

So from her viewpoint:

The economy can go to hell, the Middle East can go to hell. depression around the world can come, poverty can return, suicides can go up, etc....

But by gingo... 'my reproductive rights' are safe!

So this is how Rome fell. eh?

edutcher said...

So, what is it, guys talk out of their asses when they're blowing smoke and women out of their pussies?

Anyhoo, that trend of O losing people is well on display here in NE OH. Even The Blonde has commented on the paucity of Hopenchange stickers.

(this is what I was trying to tell the little weasel when he didn't see something ominous in Barry campaigning in Akron)

LarsPorsena said...

As someone has already said' "We are a nation of Flukes."

No, we're just Fluked.

PS What Tank said.

In spades.

Chip S. said...

The Vagina Ideologues

Steve Austin said...

This is one where the GOP let Obama pull them into his trap.

He changed the narrative from religious freedom to the ability to use birth control.

It started with that Stephanopolis interview a year ago.

Until the Todd Akin crowd recognizes they have to tone down the rhetoric and settle for incremental progress like fighting for the partial birth ban the GOP will always be working from behind.

The Crack Emcee said...

'What about my reproductive rights?'

A friend recently told a few wild-eyed harpies I was a Republican and they cornered me to chant those exact same words, in that exact same manner.

You can say the Democratic Party's not a cult, but - considering the way the rank-and-file parrot talking points - I know there's absolutely NOTHING going on in those heads,...

EDH said...

The media love to present left-leaning ideologues as "on the fence" swing voters.

ricpic said...

"I want to live!" was okay for Susan Hayward to scream. Now the same scream from the womb must not be heard! "Liberation" first. Life?...meh.

Comanche Voter said...

Maybe he needs to work through HIS feelings on why he's still married to a postmenopausal moronette who's worried about her reproductive rights.

Age has taken her reproductive "rights", but doesn't seem to have left any wisdom behind.

somefeller said...

How dare those women be concerned about their reproductive rights! Especially the old ones, why should they have an opinion on the topic? They should just shut up and vote on what WE think is important.

Please run with this. It's a great talking point.

edutcher said...

Some phony folksy casts his lot with irrelevance.

As so often has been the case.

EDH said...

How old does a woman have to be before she stops thinking first and above all about her reproductive rights?

The husband's secret revenge: he named his wife's lady parts "Bush-Cheney"!

America's Politico said...

Another high profile back-out of the GOP. Jindal nows says that that Romney could not help LA from floods. He needs federal experience, which only POTUS has. Oh my, what a stab in the back. Every-GOP who wants WH favors has to stab Romney. An open season thanks to the NYT and NPR.

Calypso Facto said...

That woman is obviously so obsessed with lady parts that she has turned her husband into one.

somefeller said...

edutcher babbles: Some phony folksy casts his lot with irrelevance. As so often has been the case.

Given that the topic is voting behavior and the extent it should link with the issue of reproductive rights, my comment is pretty relevant. That reading comprehension issue of yours shows itself once again.

But as I said - conservatives, please continue with this line of argument when addressing socially liberal voters (male or female) you want to come over to vote for Romney. It can only help you!

Beldar said...

He will lie to his wife and vote for Romney-Ryan.

madAsHell said...

Retired auto parts store owner?

A 60+ year old woman worried about access to abortion?

This is a bullshit story. It never happened.

edutcher said...

As most of the commenters here have noted, middle-aged women's reproductive issues are scarce as hen's teeth.

Creaky, brain-washed feminists just require an excuse to go all Hopenchange again.

And "reproductive rights", last I looked, are pretty far down the list of important issues this time out so socially liberal voters (the ones that can't bear the thought of deny a black man their vote) are either going to be as Hopeless as last time or are going to be concerned with the more relevant (there's that word again) issues of inflation, job creation, and economy.

exiledonmainst said...

I was once under the impression that feminism was about women being taken seriously for other reasons besides our reproductive organs. Loutish,sexist men defined women first and foremost as vaginas. Women fought for the right to become educated, to join the professions, to become respected for their intelligence and ability.

Well, silly me. It turns out feminism in 2012 is all about defining yourself first and foremost in exactly the same way those bad old male chauvinists used to - as pussy.

Similiarly, I once thought that civil rights for minorities meant working toward a society as color-blind as possible. Instead, we're as obsessed with skin color as any southern slaveholder ever was. The slave South came up with ridiculous catagories, such as "octoroons," to ensure that anybody with a black ancestor would be denied equal rights with blacks. Well, now we have created our own exotic catagories: "white Hispanics," and Lizzie Warren claiming Native American status on the basis of family stories.

My, how we've progressed.

Steve Austin said...

The absolute crock of this is the fact that any woman should be scared of MITT ROMNEY taking away birth control.

Most on the conservative side consider Romney a big liberal on the issue. Again up until now, the Obama campaign and media have done a great job as casting Mitt's number one priority being repeal of Roe v. Wade. No actually worse than Roe, taking away all birth control.

Based on his record and background, Romney is actually the pragmatic CENTRIST the media claims these campaigns always lack.

Paco Wové said...

Obama: fighting for the conceptual right of the post-menopausal to have babies!

exiledonmainst said...

Oops, of course I meant "equal rights with whites."

Pogo said...

This story sounds like a Thurber cartoon.

Seeing Red said...

Old hippy.

EMD said...

That dude is still pulling the lever for Romney.

dreams said...

I think somebody needs some man parts.

Emil Blatz said...

May-December romance?

Danno said...

In our own reenactment of the fall of Rome, we have bread, circuses plus free birth control and abortions.

bagoh20 said...

I love her dedication to choice - hers and hers alone.

AprilApple said...

When you can't run on your record, scare the wiminz.

MadisonMan said...

Pogo, that's perfect!

(chuckle)

DADvocate said...

The entire reproductive rights issue is a red herring. Nothing is going to happen to women's reproductive rights no matter who is elected. That would take a constitutional amendment and that's not happening.

Using public funds to pay for abortions, birth control, etc is not a right. It's welfare If that's what she's talking about, she's just another greedy feminist who thinks the rest of us should subsidize her lifestyle.

Texan99 said...

I don't think you guys should discount the probability that a 60+ woman would consider feminist issues important in her vote. I'm past reproduction myself, but I still remember the issues that concerned me.

It's just that, for me, reproductive autonomy doesn't include either abortion or taxpayer-funded contraception, so no amount of vagina-scare talk is going to get me to pull a Democratic lever. I have confidence in the ability of women to control what they need to control in their lives as long as we have a functioning economy and some semblance of property rights.

alan markus said...

Obama: fighting for the conceptual right of the post-menopausal to have babies!

Maybe ObamaCare will pay for a post-menopausal woman's right to use assisted reproduction technology to bear a child (it's been done) & Obama will support the right to abort that child for any reason.

Wait for some kind of update to the Life of Julia - they didn't want to turn off the youth vote by going that far into Julia's life, but if demographics show a need, they will add some panels. Post-menopausal Julia after a childless, single life will be able to bear a child of her own & of course, the government will take care of the child if/when Julia is unable to.

garage mahal said...

Apparently there was 20,000 people in Milwaukee yesterday to see Obama in the rain. So much for that Wisconsin problem. Oops, I mean that number was skewed and the media is lying again.

exiledonmainst said...

"Apparently there was 20,000 people in Milwaukee yesterday to see Obama in the rain."

In Milwaukee.

This news is supposed to surprise and demoralize us?

DADvocate said...

Obama in the rain.

I'd show up to see Obama in the rain, just to what him suffer. I'm surprised it rained. I thought someone who could control the rise of the oceans could stop the rain.

Dan said...

Palladian said...
Upset vaginas are going to be the death of our Nation.

Chicklit said....
Are you asking them to just take it on the chin instead?

Classic!!!!!

Tyrone Slothrop said...

garage mahal said...

Apparently there was 20,000 people in Milwaukee yesterday to see Obama in the rain.



Funny. I would have thought that immense bubble they live in would have kept the rain off. I guess the Lightworker doesn't do rain.

TosaGuy said...

Was sunny in my part of Milwaukee on Saturday, but that could be because Scott Walker and I live in the same suburb.

rhhardin said...

Things would simplify if the ballot every four years included Roe vs Wade and President on separate lines.

HT said...

I'm not particularly happy - the panda cub has died. Poor mama.

Dan said...

@Garage....20,000? really? in the rain? really? This is why I should be demoralized? We shall see brother from another mother....

Cedarford said...

Tyrone Slothrop said...
How does this (ideologue) imagine her reproductive rights will change under President Romney? Seriously?

==================
It's not about Romney - it is about a belief many women have, hardened in stone, that the real Republican is a Right to Life fanatic that thinks all abortion is murder , all women that have had an abortion are murderers, all women that support abortion in certain instances are murderers.

Reagan could be anti-abortion and women let it pass, because they got strong signals that Reagan didn't hate them and didn't want to criminalize them.
But the Fundies and RTLrs were on full display in the Terri Schiavo fiasco. And a lightbulb went on in many women's head that it was now about Feds and law enforcement being used by the male Republicans to criminalize end of life decisions. And clearly on display in the Republican's Schiavo Fiasco was a craving to overturn Roe and make all abortions criminal since "life begins at conception as Sweet Baby Jesus ensouls the sweet babies of his".

Republicans are also tricked a little by polls that have women protesting they are not Nazi eugenicists because majorities claim they do not want abortions simply if the fetus is doomed by genetic disease or so defectibe that the mother's life is effectively over save as caregiver for the "Downs Baby Jesus gifted her with, etc.".

Steve Austin said it well...Until the Todd Akin crowd recognizes they have to tone down the rhetoric and settle for incremental progress like fighting for the partial birth ban the GOP will always be working from behind.




Patrick said...

Nice website, PP. I like the 50 degrees in FL/WI thing.

MayBee said...

"We are voting for Obama"

Ick.
She's telling her husband not to worry his pretty little head.

39924c7e-f324-11e1-aaf6-000bcdcb8a73 said...

I don't know which has a worse case of raging hormonal imbalances: that woman, or commenter "somefeller".

bagoh20 said...

Why does half the population have no reproductive rights at all, and we only fight over the half who does?

Cedarford said...

DADvocate said...
The entire reproductive rights issue is a red herring. Nothing is going to happen to women's reproductive rights no matter who is elected. That would take a constitutional amendment and that's not happening.

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It's hardly a red herring when you have GOP Senate candidates saying that he opposes a rape exception because a RTL quack doctor told him that women who actually were raped vs. pretending to be raped never get pregnant.

The quack Right to Lifer says that Jesus gave women natural defenses to prevent conception and the new soul needing saving -if they were really raped vs. willingly partaking in carnal pleasures and pretending to be raped later.

That is the depth of stupidity Republican RTL zealots will go to to justify no exceptions save life of the mother.

Doesn't help Santorum trotting out his Trisomy 18 kid as a gift from Jesus every family should similarly be blessed with.

Or male Republicans that retort back to women asking "what about the physical health of the mother" with "what about the physical health of the baby being murdered?' - and leave thinking they won the debate and women will soon see the errors of their baby-killing ways...

wef said...

Her precious bodily fluids. Oh my.

To the sterile, pampered class of gringo whiners, what reproduction do they really want to exercise with their so-called Reproductive Rights?

Demography is humbling.

Lindsey Meadows said...

Pow! Zip! Right over your head.

"How old does a woman have to be before she stops thinking first and above all about her reproductive rights"?

I hope I never get too old to stop thinking about mine, my hopefully daughter's and her daughters as well.

Many would do well to stop leading such self absorbed lives, void of caring and compassion, and negligent about responsibility towards others.

The biggest waste we have is seemingly intelligent leaders who don't give a rat's ass about anyone or anything that doesn't immediately pertain to them. And I won't ever let down my guard toward keeping a hoard of beserk endomorphs from making reproductive decisions for me.

purplepenquin said...

Never ceases to amaze me that so many people on the left base their vote on what a woman can do with her own body when it comes to abortion, yet it doesn't matter to 'em one iota what the candidate's stance is in regards to what everyone...men and women...can do with their own bodies when it comes to eating/drinking/ingesting all-natural plants & herbs.

Original Mike said...

"What about my reproductive rights?"

Oh, for crying out loud.

exiledonmainst said...

"Many would do well to stop leading such self absorbed lives"

Yeah, sitting around contemplating your cunt and basing your vote on it isn't self-absorbed at all.

Christ, my own gender embarrasses me sometimes.

caseym54 said...

All this fear about reproductive rights. Assuming that this is about the Supreme Court and abortion, the truth is that there is utterly no chance that Romney will appoint justices who will "turn the tide" on the court.

There are at most 3 justices who support overturning Roe. Scalia, Thomas and maybe Alito. Roberts clearly will not as he missed the cut at Obamacare. Of the remaining 3, I wonder how many actually would vote to overturn something that was declared stare decisis in 1993? Something that by now 3 generations of women have relied upon.

Perhaps none.

Despite it having been a completely lawless and impolitic decision, the window to redress it is now closed. That should sink in soon.

AprilApple said...

A president cannot waltz into office and decree abortion illegal.

At most, congress can work to de-fund tax payer funded abortion.
At most.

The upcoming debates: Watch as pro-democrat/Pro-Obama media launch weird Stephanopoulos type questions at Romney about contraception, rape and abortion. It will be all vagina all the time.
Obama will get the softballs.

Lindsey Meadows said...

exiledonmainst said...
"Christ, my own gender embarrasses me sometimes".

you have a great deal to be embarrassed about.

traditionalguy said...

A more relevant discussion for these two mature adults would have been how their pensions, social securiy, savings etc will fare after a 67% devaluation of the US dollars they are fixed into and a forced subsequent reliance on what a newly Death Paneled Medicare permitted care will permit them when they become sick.

The war on womens' sexual freedom is relevant, but a war on men, women and children by Obama's economics designed to create a third world serfdom more relevant.

Robert said...

I agree with MadAsHell...

...the whole story is bullshit. Never happened.

exiledonmainst said...

Not embarrassed about myself at all, Lindsey, but about mindless bimbos like you who define themselves by their twats.

Patrick said...

yet it doesn't matter to 'em one iota what the candidate's stance is in regards to what everyone...men and women...can do with their own bodies when it comes to eating/drinking/ingesting all-natural plants & herbs.

Forgot smoking.

America's Politico said...

I want Romney to QUIT, why does he not quit? Why is GOP still hanging around? Must have the NYT and others -- HuffPost, Nate Silver, DailyBeast, Gail C. and MoDO -- do more damage to GOP and Romney.

Romney hates women, blacks, gays, etc. This is the next message we must have. We must destroy Romney. Every-one on the Press, tonite is All-Hands-Meeting. Jill @ NYT will start the proceedings.

Be there or I will personally destroy you for not destroying Romney.

Patrick said...

And brownies.

kentuckyliz said...

Well, the world is going to hell in a handbasket, politically and economically, especially if 0bama is re-elected.

Might as well fruitlessly fuck.

Like the string quartet playing Mozart on the Titanic.

Once the 12th Caliphate is established, we won't have any more birth control, so get all your fruitless fucking in now, kids.

I say this as a gyno-American who never defined herself by her vaj and never insisted on anyone else subsidizing its activities.

America's Politico said...

Me LOVE NBC's Chuck Todd.

He got the memo to destroy the GOP and Romney.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3032608/vp/49139107#49139107

Who else can follow Todd? Do it. You will be invited to have dinner with the POTUS.

Lem said...

She does have a point... the point being why would you want to introduce more babies into a bad economy?

Where even a presidential candidate said it was above his pay grade.

Its really tough out there.

kentuckyliz said...

There are two towns in my county that are next to each other on the highway.

Greasy Creek and Regina. Regina is pronounced in a way that rhymes with Vagina.

Over time, these villages grew into each other so they aren't really distinct any more.

People call it Greasy Regina.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

Lindsey Meadows said...

Pow! Zip! Right over your head.


OK, Lindsey, you seem to want to take the side of the aging female ideologue. Maybe you can give me an answer to the question I posed at 9:44 am-- how does this ideologue imagine her reproductive "rights" will change under President Romney? Remember, there is no definitive "right" to have the State pay for your contraception.

Unknown said...

Back in the 70's the slogan was "If men could have babies, abortion would be a sacrament."

Well, they can't, but it is.

Anglelyne said...

mesquito: Who uses the term "reproductive rights" in a casual conversation? A politicized liberal, that's who.

I was thinking more along the lines of "propagandized moron", but OK.

What is it with these fascist thug (oh, excuse me, "liberal", "open-minded") ladies who think they get to dictate their mates' votes?

Occasionally I stumble upon the blogs of "traditionalist" boors who brag about ordering their wives to vote as they're told. Ms. "we're voting for Obama" would no doubt have a feminist hissy fit if she came across that, and never, ever grasp that she's the same kind of stupid jerk.

Lem said...

This is a bullshit story. It never happened.

Its another composite... a la Obama Dreams of my Father.

AprilApple said...

I find it depressing that so many women on the left are willfully blind to the economic disaster Obama has created for their children and grandchildren.
Talk about selfish.
Current Per person debt: $51,107.80Thanks Obama.

AprilApple said...
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exiledonmainst said...

I find it depressing that so many women on the left are willfully blind to the economic disaster Obama has created for their children and grandchildren.
Talk about selfish.
Current Per person debt: $51,107.80Thanks Obama.



9/23/12 12:32 PM

Exactly, AprilApple. Talk about reinforcing those 19th century notions about women being incapable of logic. We're only concerned with the workings of our sex organs; leave the icky math stuff and the big world issues to the menfolks.

Almost Ali said...

I hate to repeat myself, but "she's" exactly the problem with the 19th Amendment.

If it's not "reproductive rights," it's something else. Always. Something. Else.

I'd be surprised if we could find 5 women in the entire United States who are satisfied with a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g.

America's Politico said...

Dreams from my father is the world's best book. Please note it is translated in over 100 languages.

The next noble for literature will go to POTUS Obama. Is Mitt Romney qualified to write anything? Is anyone in the GOP?

This is the message from NYT. Take it away, now.

jr565 said...

Ugh. Romney will not overturn abortion any time soon. First we'd have to have a number of judges die or retire. Then a case would have to be made. Even if it were overturned it would go back to the sates where, presumably the blue states would allow abortions. So, your rights are safe. Meanwhile, good luck finding a job and paying your bills. Priorities people.

ALso, if the wife thinks that free contraception is part of her reproductive rights then she is a true idiot.
Also, to the husband. Grow some balls. You are a thinking, grown man. You don't have to vote in a block with your wife if you don't like Obama. Geeze. We know who wears the pants in the family that's for sure.

Pianoman said...

Everyone knows that the first thing Reagan, Bush 41, and Bush 43 did when they assumed the office of the Presidency was to sign Executive Orders banning abortion.

Okay, so maybe they didn't do THAT, but at least they used the power of the bully pulpit to force Congress to pass legislation banning abortion in all 50 states.

Okay, so maybe they didn't do THAT either. But it doesn't matter, because everyone knows that Romney will definitely do that. And he'll certainly be targeting the wives of retirees as well, because he knows how important their reproductive rights are.

Yessirree, the most importantest thing on the GOP's mind right now is criminalizing abortion across the whole country. They can't stop talking about it, 24/7.

/BOLD
/SARC

hombre said...

Female Obots voting on behalf of their genitalia instead of on behalf of their children. What else is new?

JAL said...

She should take care of "her reproductive rights" herself and leave her husband alone. Do lib women all control their men -- telling them how to vote based on their own chromosones?

And as a note -- no one ever interfered with my / our reproductive rights. So clearly this over the hill near atrophied -- if not dead ovaried woman is talking about her "right" to abortion. That is more correctly described as a non-reprocutive right.

Get your tubes tied, lady.

(Although I don't know many docs who would do that for the post- menopausal.)

dreams said...

What about the mess Obama has made of the Mid East and do you any of you silly liberals think those people give a damn about your reproductive rights? They don't seem to care about their own women.

jr565 said...

exiledonmainst wrote:
Current Per person debt: $51,107.80Thanks Obama.

And free contraception is the issue to fight for, not being saddled with 50,000 grand in debt.
Sandra Fluke's brain must be made of Jello.

AprilApple said...

Exactly, Exile.


Unknown said...

America's Politico said, "Dreams from my father is the world's best book. Please note it is translated in over 100 languages".

From the original Arabic, I assume.

campy said...

America's Politico said, "Dreams from my father is the world's best book. Please note it is translated in over 100 languages".

Bill Ayers must be very proud.

garage mahal said...

Ladies....ladies! We're not actually going to do anything to jeopardize ur lady parts. We're just pandering to mouth breathing sexist pigs in our party! Ignore all the slut talk. Sheesh.

chickelit said...

Lindsey Meadows concludes: And I won't ever let down my guard toward keeping a hoard of beserk endomorphs from making reproductive decisions for me.

What about you, Lindsey? Are you apple or pear-shaped?

chickelit said...

Or are you really a boy?

Rusty said...

garage mahal said...

Apparently there was 20,000 people in Milwaukee yesterday to see Obama in the rain.

looked like everybody was inside.

The good news is if 20,000 showed up for the rally there'll be 40,000 voters in Nov.
Still not the 135,000 non existant Milwaukee black voters, but it's a start.
I hope Obama can count on you, garage to get out there and vote for all the dead people you can.
Who knows you might win a place at his table.

dreams said...

When Romney has his first debate with Obama, he will no doubt feel like he is being gang raped. Romney debating Obama and his liberal media helpers.



Rusty said...

Lindsey Meadows concludes: And I won't ever let down my guard toward keeping a hoard of beserk endomorphs from making reproductive decisions for me.



Nobody gives a damn what you do as long as you don't ask the taxpayers to pay for it.

AprilApple said...

Even more depressing than the $51,107.80/person debt-- The big new idea from democrats is: 'Hey let's add to the deficit by forcing tax payers to fund contraception. Sandra Fluke will be our mascot!'
Even more depressing than democrat desire for tax payers to pay for contraception during an economic downturn is -- This bullshit all started with former Clinton advisor and democrat operative George Stephanopoulos and his planted question to Romney about contraception.
News flash to leftwing fems: Romney may not want to fund your contraception, but he is not going to take it away from you. Don’t be ridiculous. These are serious times and this whole issue is ridiculous. This whole conversation is drummed up absurdity and media manipulation to create a false narrative that gives democrats an issue. Obama cannot run on his record. So here we are. Ridiculous.

garage mahal said...

Good one Rusty. That one never gets old. Have a feeling you'll be using that one a lot after November

LilyBart said...


So, "Reproductive Rights" = right to make my neighbors pay for my birth control and abortions.

The "people" are a greedy lot.

LilyBart said...


So, "Reproductive Rights" = right to make my neighbors pay for my birth control and abortions.

The "people" are a greedy lot.

Michael Haz said...

I don't believe it. A post-menopausal woman is worried about her reproductive rights? And fully unaware of the four years of hell her business-owner husband has been through with this shitty economy?

Nonsense.

shiloh said...

Again, con's legitimate rape fantasy aside, Willard pickin' Ryan for v-p pretty much solidified WI for Obama.

Indeed, love it when a plan comes together ...

Palladian said...

If things get bad enough we can at least crawl inside Lindsey's vagina for shelter.

dreams said...

On Sept. 11, 2001 about 3000 people lost their reproductive rights along with their lives because of liberal blow job Bill Clinton's indifference to our national security, an indifference to our national security shared by Obama resulting in a less safe America. It seems to me that our national security should be our first and foremost consideration when we decide who to vote for to be our president because all other benefits are dependent on our being safe and free.

master cylinder said...

The fact that you commenters doubt that women of all ages are concerned about reproductive rights shows that you are quite out of touch. Until Republicans drop the concern trolling about gays and abortions, they arent going to win very many national elections. Ive said it before and Im saying it again.

chickelit said...

LilyBart said...
So, "Reproductive Rights" = right to make my neighbors pay for my birth control and abortions.

And if you don't comply, they're going to burden "your society" with a whole bunch more social misfits just to teach you a lesson or two.

chickelit said...

masturcylinder reminds us of his one burning concern: Until Republicans drop the concern trolling about gays and abortions, they arent going to win very many national elections.

Thank you again for self-identifying, sir.

chickelit said...

shiloh said...

...something which reminds us of the truth that "Ye shall know them by their fruitcakes."

Synova said...

"Until Republicans drop the concern trolling about gays and abortions, they arent going to win very many national elections."

Which is why they won't be allowed to stop.

How many times did the Republicans mention either gays or abortion at their convention? How many times does Romney or Ryan mention either in any context at all?

How many times did the Democrats mention gays or "reproductive rights" at their convention? It was all "vagina" and all "yay gay military!" all the time. Over and over. I watched it and listened to the speeches just like you did.

The Republicans aren't going to be allowed to change the subject.

Because if the Democrats talk about the economy (or now, foreign policy) they know they lose.

Synova said...

Seriously machine.

It's a bit disingenuous to fuss that the Republicans "drop" something that's been pretty much dropped while the Democrats spin lies about how women are under attack by meanies who want to ban contraceptives, which is an outright and blatant lie.

Because "I won't pay for it" isn't in any way the same thing as "and I'll prevent you from getting it."

It's all bull shit. You're not satisfied with the Republican national ticket "dropping" the gay and abortion concern trolling.

No one on the Democrat side will allow it.

hombre said...

"Until Republicans drop the concern trolling about gays and abortions, they arent going to win very many national elections. Ive said it before and Im saying it again."

And are you saying with pride or with concern that people who vote with their genitals can swing elections.

Rockport Conservative said...

I got into that discussion with a liberal friend who like me will never have a problem because neither of us have a uterus. As the discussion progressed it seems she was still angry insurance wouldn't pay for her birth control pills back in the day, but they were paying her colleagues bill for Viagra. Earlier it turned out her real trauma was caring for her younger siblings. She revealed that when she was denigrating Sarah Palin for leaving her kids while she campaigned. She just cannot admit her early life damaged her to consider any other point of view. Are they all damaged out there?

exiledonmainst said...

"Until Republicans drop the concern trolling about gays and abortions, they arent going to win very many national elections"

Yeah, it just killed them in 1980, 84,88, 94, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2010.

Steve Austin said...

That story about 20,000 being in Milwaukee yesterday has been pretty well debunked.

O's rally was at the new BMO pavilion with capacity of 5,000 and not the adjacent Marcus amphitheater with capacity of 23,000 that O packed in 2008.

O had close to 5,000 yesterday as the pavilion was almost full. Then again how many were union types picked up on free buses and bribed with food and a day at the lakefront remains to be seen.

Just glad O's good friend Tom Barrett could be there to support him.

Marshal said...

Let's understand when someone whines about their "reproductive rights" they're dscussing how unfair it is to have to take a pill every day. So to this fool the Argentina style financial upheaval we're headed for is preferable to expecting someone to actually take a pill.

alan markus said...

The article notes that the small town of Mount Horeb has an obsession for trolls.

So, I find it ironic that "guy with Porn Star Pseudonym" shows up today. Of course, I would stand corrected if there would be an opportunity to submit the "lady parts" to examination by Meade or someone else associated with the administration of this blog.

DADvocate said...

the point being why would you want to introduce more babies into a bad economy?

Or, just into this horrible world period? I've heard women make comments like this countless times. As if they make the world a better place by having abortions, especially partial birth abortions and late term abortions.

Bryan C said...

What's with this "we" stuff, lady? Your husband can vote for whoever he wants to.

Lindsey Meadows said...

exiledonmainst said...
"... mindless bimbos like you who define themselves by their twats".


Is that the best you have? My observation is then correct.

wyo sis said...

When mommie or daddy won't buy something dependent children are not going to go buy it for themselves they are going to whine, and throw a tantrum until they get it.

Lindsey Meadows said...

Tyrone Slothrop said...
"how does this ideologue imagine her reproductive "rights" will change under President Romney?"

An Obama loss will likely be coincident to a loss of control of the senate and a GOP control of government. I just remind you that the House has passed over 30 reproductive related bills in the last 2 years - all of which died in the senate and all of which would have been vetoed by the President.

Can you imagine a world where Mr. Flipper is the last hope against out of control legislators?

That's how.

Lindsey Meadows said...

chickelit said...
"What about you, Lindsey? Are you apple or pear-shaped?"

I'm a size two and cute as a button. I'm not a whale like Newt and his ilk who you seem to greatly admire.

You are drawn to fat little men with pea brains I gather.

Lindsey Meadows said...

Rusty said...
I don't give a damn...taxpayers paying for it"...

shall we start a discussion on Viagra now or would you rather wait?

wyo sis said...

Lindsey compares itself to Newt. Further proof he/it is not a woman.

Lindsey Meadows said...

hombre said...
"... that people who vote with their genitals can swing elections."

hehehe. way too easy.

master cylinder said...

Im saying women and people under 40 wont vote for Republicans. You dont like hearing it, but it's true. Arent the great majority of you here supporting Romney male and or over 50? That's what the nation is like too.
Im a woman in my 40's BTW.

Lindsey Meadows said...

shoutout to Wyo sis:

do they teach reading comprehension out there?

Rusty said...

garage mahal said...
Good one Rusty. That one never gets old. Have a feeling you'll be using that one a lot after November


It's the whining that's annoying.

dreams said...

"Yeah, it just killed them in 1980, 84,88, 94, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2010"

And 2012, I don't believe the race is close for the polls are unreliable. Remember we have cell phones, caller id, and political correctness.
Romney wins, our country wins, Obama and the pollsters lose.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

Lindsey Meadows said...

Tyrone Slothrop said...
"how does this ideologue imagine her reproductive "rights" will change under President Romney?"

An Obama loss will likely be coincident to a loss of control of the senate and a GOP control of government. I just remind you that the House has passed over 30 reproductive related bills in the last 2 years - all of which died in the senate and all of which would have been vetoed by the President.

Can you imagine a world where Mr. Flipper is the last hope against out of control legislators?

That's how.


You didn't answer my question. "Reproductive related bills" =/= "suspension of reproductive rights."

garage mahal said...

@markus
You're referring to me I'm guessing, but i ain't following why. You want the blogadmins to do what?

Rusty said...

Lindsey Meadows said...
Rusty said...
I don't give a damn...taxpayers paying for it"...

shall we start a discussion on Viagra now or would you rather wait?


Why? Do you need that too?


dreams said...

Romney has a big lead among married women, only single women who see government as a surrogate daddy/husband do the Dems have a majority. Young people probably do vote for the Dems more than Republicans but that is because they still have a lot of life to live and learn.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

master cylinder said...

Im saying women and people under 40 wont vote for Republicans. You dont like hearing it, but it's true.


My daughter is 18. She will vote for Romney. Q.E.D.

Lindsey Meadows said...

Tyrone Slothrop said...
"Reproductive related bills" =/= "suspension of reproductive rights."

Read the bills. Further, I gather you are not in favor of the government having more of a say in our personal lives yet you are willing to have the government into this. I suppose you have a resonable explanation but I have never heard one yet so give it your best shot.

wyo sis said...

Two comparisons to men when describing oneself indicates the speaker is a man. Basic reading skills.

dbp said...

Michael Haz said...

"I don't believe it. A post-menopausal woman is worried about her reproductive rights? And fully unaware of the four years of hell her business-owner husband has been through with this shitty economy?

Nonsense."

I don't know Michael, in a bad economy people fix their cars--in a good economy you buy a new one when the old one starts getting unreliable. People fixing cars is good news for an auto parts dealer.

garage mahal said...

@ hi kelit
You should listen to master cylinder when she comes in and drops some knowledge on you like that.

dreams said...

"Lindsey compares itself to Newt. Further proof he/it is not a woman."

Wouldn't be a real man either.

Lindsey Meadows said...

Tyrone Slothrop said...
"My daughter is 18. She will vote for Romney. Q.E.D."

Then the premise is my daughter is 18. Women under 40 won't vote for Romney. My daughter will vote for Romney. My daughter is the exception to the norm. QED.

See? Got it Ace?



Lindsey Meadows said...

Shoutout to WyoSis...

You seem intimidated by women who are smart and verbal. I know you got in the wrong line after birth but don't be so bitter.

Chip Ahoy said...

I'm disappointed in that mustard museum. You call that Mustard 101 at Poupon U?

It's a crap quiz, films and such, a joke.

You'd do better at Wikipedia. But here's what Professor Ahoy would teach at his Mustard 101, it's a very simple class, everyone gets an A.

To make the most extraordinary mustard you will have ever tasted once you do this, buy a tin of mustard powder and dump it into a bowl. Add a few tablespoons of your favorite vinegar to a thick paste and behold the amazing aroma that knocks you backward. Add water to desired spreadable thinness and continue thinning to your heart's condimentment, I mean, contentment.

No salt, no MSG, no additional spices, no nut'n. Do this once, and you will never buy prepared mustard again.

Additionally you can buy seeds yellow or brown and heat those if you wish, or not, or crush them, or not, and add them too, or not.

The mustard family, Brassicaceae, includes horseradish and wasabi. I find those components are evident in mustard prepared directly from powder. And the effect is so awesome to me that I recommend it, and as much as I do recommend it, I note also, other people like this a heck of lot more than I do.

And you're over there thinking probably, "So what. That family you mentioned also includes cabbage and radishes, so does your mustard carry those elements too?" Then I would say, "No, it doesn't, Smartass. I was wrong about everyone getting an A. F for you at Poupon U."

dbp said...

As for if the story happened: I was at an after-work get-together with some coworkers and a lady of about 52 was ragging on Romney. One of the things she said was, "I don't know how any woman could vote for Romney". I don't know what other thing this could be other than "reproductive rights", but there may be some other women's issue she had in mind.

I did not however respond in the two ways I was tempted to do: One, point out that my wife intends to vote Romney and two, the real voter gap is not men v. women, it is married people v. unmarried people. I didn't want to point this one out because she was divorced a couple of year's ago.

David said...

Medicare Part D does not pay for Viagra. Some medicare advantage plans do, but of course the Democrats want to eliminate the Advantage programs because they provide choice.

The government paying for Viagra argument is just ignorance. Or dishonesty. Depends on who is making it.

wyo sis said...

Of the 6 or 7 eighteen year old women I know who are voting for the first time this year all but one are voting against Obama.

roesch/voltaire said...

I have directed as many women as possible to read this blog to understand how Republican men think, and why they should not vote for Romney. So far at least one Republican neighbor I met while walking our dogs called to tell me she has flipped to Obama. Thanks folks keep up the work.

master cylinder said...

College vs no college is the determining factor for women supporting Obama. College=bad right? All that indoctrination, all that sex.

Tyrone Slothrop said...

master cylinder said...

Im saying women and people under 40 wont vote for Republicans


Sorry, Lindsey, there's no qualification for "some" or most". This statement is absolute.

Cedarford said...

dreams said...
On Sept. 11, 2001 about 3000 people lost their reproductive rights along with their lives because of liberal blow job Bill Clinton's indifference to our national security, an indifference to our national security shared by Obama resulting in a less safe America.
================
What a load of horseshit.
We lost lives because an enemy attacked -- a radical Islamist enemy we in some ways cannot change, in other ways that we went out of our way to piss off.

The crap about holding Presidents responsible for each life the enemy takes is utter partisan extremist drivel.
Like Lincoln, and not a better President who would have had Zero Casualties - killed 660,000 people in the Civil War. Or FDR and Truman failed utterly in WWII because we had 280,000 dead.

Same holds true of the idiot notion swallowed by both right wing and left wing extremists that bin Laden was the SOLE person with the LEADER/CEO of Terror authority to launch an operation on the USA.

And by their brain-dead logic, which "dreams" typifies:

1. Clinton KILLED 2900 people on 9/11 because he failed to kill or arrest bin Laden, which would have ended all activities by radical Muslims to kill Americans.
2. Bush in turn also KILLED the same 2900 Americans because the "attack happened on his watch and he didn't stop it"!!
3. And of course, "Obama ended all global terrorism by leading the mission to kill bin Laden, the SOLE Head Evildoer!!".

What a brainless crock of shit.

When you face an intelligent thinking enemy in battle, you will take casualties, no matter how well-trained and talented your "high tech heroes" are, no matter how well led a military or government is.

And in the scale of wars, 2900 is a pretty low piddling amount as wars go...and no, the 9/11 Victims and the famous Victim Families are not held by the world to be the Greatest and most Sanctified Victims Ever.

chickelit said...

Cedarford crowed: We lost lives because an enemy attacked -- a radical Islamist enemy we in some ways cannot change, in other ways that we went out of our way to piss off.

Wright on, Jerimiad!

Cedarford said...

More so than in the past, but our idiot Democracy has always had a certain number of single issue voters.

Both Parties have taken damage when they listen too much to, or gear Primaries so, that those single issue voters have undue clout that does not advance the nations welfare.

Government employee unions have damaged the country by only voting on who gives them the most goodies from taxpayers.

Blacks who only vote on skin color damage the Party and the country by elevating incompetent black leaders for life that damage the country, even blacks.

The Republicans kow-towing to Right to Life fanatics and boot-licking the Top 1% that has concentrated most new wealth created in America to themselves in the last 30 years - has damaged the Republicans with the far larger woman's population (also with too many single issue voters on reproductive issues), and workers who see the Republicans as in the pockets of the 1%.

And by workers, I don't mean OWS nutballs, but the workers that haven't seen their wages grow in 30 years in real dollars, jobs threatened weekly with export to China..while Republicans bootlick the bankers and owners whose wealth on average has quadrupled in the last 30 years.

chickelit said...

roesch/voltaire said...
I have directed as many women as possible to read this blog to understand how Republican men think, and why they should not vote for Romney. So far at least one Republican neighbor I met while walking our dogs called to tell me she has flipped to Obama. Thanks folks keep up the work.

OMG, Romney is losing that hotbed of conservatism called Madison, Wisconsin.

blessings, take care

chickelit said...

Lindsey Meadows said to WyoSis...

You seem intimidated by women who are smart and verbal.

Irritable vowel movements seem to be all you got. I'd hate to see what counts as "math" with you.

exiledonmainst said...

"Is that the best you have?"

It's an entirely accurate description of you.

Lindsey the Talking Vagina: "I'm smart and verbal! Pay for my birth control, dammit!"

Cedarford said...

chickelit said...
Cedarford crowed: We lost lives because an enemy attacked -- a radical Islamist enemy we in some ways cannot change, in other ways that we went out of our way to piss off.

Wright on, Jerimiad!

=================
Sorry, one of the last Neocons!!

Even Bush admitted we had done some pretty stupid things that needlessly cast America as the enemy in many Muslim eyes.

1. Stationing troops under pressure on the monarchy and Sausi citizens to do so, in Saudi Arabia.

2. Aggressively pushing our values on Islamic countries, with the same mindset as colonialists that started with "If you darkies know what is good for you, you will discard your disgusting ways, manner, and religion - and serve the greater Empire better."

3. Too much "tilting" towards repressive rulers and backing almost every Israeli desire over what Muslims wanted.

We DID meddle. We DID go out of our way to piss them off. AND we did it with the conceit that we could have our way with no harm or blowback coming back at us - since the Muslims were helpless in the face of the Mighty High-Tech Hyperpower and the New World Order America headed.

exiledonmainst said...

"I'd hate to see what counts as "math" with you."

Don't trouble the Talking Vagina with math, that's for the menfolks. Lindsey's IQ matches her dress size.

Roger J. said...

C4: I am not disputing your take on things. But from a policy perspective, and assuming your take is correct, what should our policy be with respect to the middle east? Serious question, sir.

dreams said...

"Bush in turn also KILLED the same 2900 Americans because the "attack happened on his watch and he didn't stop it"!!"

Bush didn't cause those deaths because that attack was planned while Clinton was in office and Clinton didn't respond appropriately to the first world trade center attack. A strong national defense is very important and the Dems have proven time and again that they can't be trusted with our country's national security.

Coketown said...

If you can't perform the Vagina Monologues without a Swiffer cloth, I think "your" reproductive rights are moot. Unless this woman gets in vitro just so she can subsequently get an abortion, she needs to let it go.

And really? Whose #1 voting issue is their cooter? It's like, yeah, okay, our economy has collapsed, we're on the edge edge of insolvency, the Middle East is on fire, the housing market is in the sitter--but what about my cooter?! This woman is a selfish cunt. I see why she loves Obama.

madAsHell said...

So far at least one Republican neighbor I met while walking our dogs called to tell me she has flipped to Obama. Thanks folks keep up the work.

Bullshit!

During the 2008 elections, I kept hearing "my spouse is voting for Obama, and my spouse always votes Republican" coming from down ticket politicians. I heard it so many times that I figured it was not only bullshit, but on the talking points list.

dreams said...

"We DID meddle. We DID go out of our way to piss them off. AND we did it with the conceit that we could have our way with no harm or blowback coming back at us - since the Muslims were helpless in the face of the Mighty High-Tech Hyperpower and the New World Order America headed."

You anti-American liberal pile of shit, I don't have nothing but contempt for people like you.
The USA has been the greatest force for good in the history of the world.

Synova said...

"College vs no college is the determining factor for women supporting Obama. College=bad right? All that indoctrination, all that sex."

There are posters all over campus that say I heart female orgasm. There were some guys in T-shirts that said I heart female orgasm handing out flyers.

I didn't talk to them or anything. I'm pretty sure they don't want to talk to a heavy 48 year old woman about how wonderful a female orgasm can be.

I'd probably ask why there aren't posters all over expounding on the wonder of a good male orgasm or getting more of them.

Because guys would look like insecure morons and unprofessional idiots if they did.

Women look like unprofessional idiots, too, but we're all condescending to the little ladies and pretending that they aren't too cute for words.

Synova said...

"And really? Whose #1 voting issue is their cooter? It's like, yeah, okay, our economy has collapsed, we're on the edge edge of insolvency, the Middle East is on fire, the housing market is in the sitter--but what about my cooter?! This woman is a selfish cunt. I see why she loves Obama."

Yeah.

Who else is so consumed by their cooters? And cooters is a great word because it sounds just as stupid as this all is. Like Naomi Wolfe and her cooter.

We insult men by implying they think with their dick. But when a woman does it, it's *special*.

Coketown said...

We insult men by implying they think with their dick. But when a woman does it, it's *special*.

Ding! This is why you're my favorite commenter. :)

PackerBronco said...

Since we're on the subject of reproductive rights ...

(from Life of Brian):

Stan: I want to have babies.

Reg: You want to have babies?!?!

Stan: It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them.

Reg: But ... you can't HAVE babies!

Stan: Don't you oppress me!

Reg: I'm not oppressing you,

Stan. You haven't got a womb! Where's the fetus gonna gestate? You gonna keep it in a box?

exiledonmainst said...

"We insult men by implying they think with their dick. But when a woman does it, it's *special*."

9/23/12 2:54 PM

This.

Liberal women don't seem to be able to grasp that it is a diminishment of themselves, of their individuality and brains, to reduce their political concerns to "reproductive rights." They are doing to themselves exactly what they accuse sexist males of doing. The same is true of blacks and Hispanics who vote their skin color, or gays who base their vote entirely on the gay marriage issue.

Richard Fagin said...

I have heard a similar, completely idiotic comment from my 76 year old mother concerning "her reproductive rights." The Islamists have openly declared war on us and are attacking our embassies and killing our diplomatic personnel. The U.S. government may become so debt ridden that economy may well cease to function and/or the savings of the middle class will be confiscated by hyperinflation. Our armed presence is in retreat around the world. And this woman's priority is "her reproductive rights?" She's obviously never read Stroker Ace, nor has anyone else who thinks the way she does: "It is useless to step on the brakes when the car is upside down."

dreams said...

"Liberal women don't seem to be able to grasp that it is a diminishment of themselves, of their individuality and brains, to reduce their political concerns to "reproductive rights." They are doing to themselves exactly what they accuse sexist males of doing. The same is true of blacks and Hispanics who vote their skin color, or gays who base their vote entirely on the gay marriage issue."

One of the side effects of the sexual revolution, the feminist movement is less respect for women, I think.

Coketown said...

Stupid people are probably the easiest to sell bumper stickers to. I'm going to start making a bunch to sell to this niche demographic of vagina-obsessed liberals women. Things like:

If my cooter could vote, she would vote OBAMA!

Forget Libya; what about my labia?!

I don't have the graphic design chops to pull this one off, but I was thinking of turning the famous Obama O (the one that looks like a sunrise [or sunset, depending on your view]) into a vagina. Teehee.

PatCA said...

Why can't they just say the word "abortion"?

exiledonmainst said...

"Forget Libya; what about my labia?!"

Perfect.

Twits for Twats.





exiledonmainst said...

"Womyn for Obama: It's a Pussy Riot!"

hombre said...

Im saying women and people under 40 wont vote for Republicans Master Cylinder, 1:57 PM

Actually, you tied it into abortion and gay rights. Are you backing off that now, or is it your position that these issues trump, for example, our skyrocketing national debt and its impact on our children with younger voters.

America's Politico said...

Me wants Romney to lose. Me wants Romney to go away. Why cannot Romney give up?

We have won. We have the Press in our pocket. The voters will do exactly as we want. They will do exactly what we expect them to do.

Romney, you will lose. Do yourself and Ann a favor: Give up now. RIGHT NOW.

hombre said...

... hehehe. way too easy. Lindsey,1:56 PM

What exiledonmainst said at 12:12 PM.

exiledonmainst said...

oh, and chickelit, major points for "irritable vowel movements."

I am so stealing that.

Illuninati said...

With the help of a sycophant press, Obama is running a brilliant campaign. His people issue decrees which conflict with the rights of the Catholic church. When the Republicans defend the Catholic church he accuses them of being against women's reproductive rights. That is a double win for him. He attacks the largest Christian church in the world, and in the process turns his attack into a Republican War on Women.

At the same time the women are angry at the Republicans because of their manufactured War on Women, he is doing his best to promote the interests of Islam at the expense of Christians, Hindus, and Jews around the world.

You have to give Obama his due. He has no consicence, but his ability to lie and deceive is exceptional.

smarty said...

IS it just me, or are liberal women bossy bitches even (or particularly) with their own husbands?

And that Liberal men are serious wussies for going along with it? Is this why liberal men don't respect the military, and treat the brave as if they are "cowboys" because they know that in comparison they are only as manly as their wives let them be?

exhelodrvr1 said...

Is this couple a microcosm of people who vote for Obama?

yashu said...

Remember the recent article (linked here, or elsewhere?) about the woman faced with a moral dilemma: should she mail her husband's absentee ballot (knowing her husband was voting Republican) along with her own, or should she not?

Ultimately, she "did the right thing." She tore her husband's ballot up.

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