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THE LEFT’S ATTACK ON THE INDEPENDENT AMERICAN WOMAN IS A MISTAKE

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33005_1thmWhen it comes to women and their Second Amendment Rights, I believe that the Democrat-Socialist Gun Control advocates on the Left really believe in the theory that a young woman found raped and murdered in an alley or in the parking lot of some college campus that is a ‘Gun Free Zone’ is somehow morally superior to a self-sufficient, Independent American Woman who tells the police how and why she fatally shot her attacker with her licensed handgun.

The photo included in this article is of some of the 500 to 600 women who showed up on February 28, 2013 at the Pro-Second Amendment Rally in Albany, New York where 12,000 patriots attended. The photo is courtesy of JoAnn Schneider and the photo op was arranged by Sheryl Thomas, founder of “Women for the Second Amendment” (W2A).

American Women are the fastest-growing demographic among gun owners in the United States. Between 2005 and 2013, the percentage of women in America owning a firearm jumped from 13% to 23%, and more and more women are undergoing training in their use and demanding their Second Amendment rights for personal protection. You would think that the Democrat-Socialist politicians, who always talk about their party being the party for woman’s rights, would be concerned about the effect many of these new Gun Control laws will have on the safety of women throughout the country. More

Michigan: “Finally Mr. Speaker, I’m flattered that you are all so interested in my vagina

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John Boering

This is a major Jackass Alert!

Apparently, in Michigan, its ok to legislate a woman’s vagina, especially when you don’t have one and are most likely never going to have one, but not alright to say the word “vagina”.  I can only assume in Michigan that [vagina] is a dirty word if you are Republican.  Not only do I find this incredibly juvenile thinking, but I also find it more than offensive that no such prohibition was placed on the word “penis”.  There is reason for that!

Never at any time has there been any legislation regulating the male penis and what males may or may not do with them regarding reproductive rights. Never!  I suppose that should make me feel somewhat safe, but somehow it just gives me the creeps.

I’m just curious here……but how in the world did they discuss this attack on a woman’s right to choose, without mentioning, discussing or referring to the female body and its genitalia?

I can only conclude, after having been driven insane by religious nuttery and mysticism and GOP emotional lunacy…….Republicans are no longer sure what a vagina actually is and what it actually does.  Maybe those Republicans should check with their mistresses……that might help shed some light on what they are talking about.  Or having failed to secure “another woman”, they could ask Rush Limpbaugh.

As for me, I will be waiting for that equally offensive legislation that will make it a felony for a man to contribute to an unwanted pregnancy.  Of course legislation like that might put a damper on keeping a woman on the side…….I mean, if you actually knew you would get in trouble for passing yourself around like  hors d’oeuvres on a tray, you might check yourself before you wreck yourself.

But here it is from Daily KOZ

Tell Michigan Republicans that if they don’t like it when female lawmakers say “vagina,” then they should stop legislating vaginas. Click here to send Michigan Republicans an email.

Earlier this week, during a debate over one of the most restrictive anti-choice bills yet, Michigan state Rep. Lisa Brown read a letter from a voter that concluded with a message for Republican Speaker of the House Jase Bolger:

“Finally Mr. Speaker, I’m flattered that you are all so interested in my vagina, but no means no.”

Bolger promptly barred Rep. Brown from speaking on the House floor the next day. Apparently Michigan Republicans think it’s okay to legislate vaginas, but not okay to talk about them.

Click here to tell Jase Bolger that if he doesn’t like it when lawmakers say the word “vagina,” then he should stop legislating vaginas.

Keep fighting, Kaili Joy Gray, Daily Kos

Afghanistan – State Department Spin Exposed

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By Barbara H. Peterson

As usual, the U.S. government’s official position on the living conditions of women in Afghanistan is rosy. Things are improving, and we are proud of our country’s role in their liberation.

Kenyan-born Barack Hussein Obama has recently sent even more troops into Afghanistan, so things should be getting better, eh?

Here is the State Department’s official position on the plight of women in Afghanistan:

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Guinea Shaken By Wave Of Rapes During Crackdown

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nprlogo_138x46by Ofeibea Quist-Arcton 

 

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She saw men rape women inside the stadium. “When they do that to the women, they took the gun again and fire the women inside its privates, she’s privates,” she recounted. “Yes, I saw them. That is why I’m not able to sleep.

October 20, 2009                           girl_dees    

The people of the West African nation of Guinea are still struggling to deal with the trauma of a deadly military crackdown on a pro-democracy rally last month.

It was not the first time troops in Guinea have opened fire on civilians. What has shocked people most is that women were targeted in a wave of alleged sexual violence perpetrated by soldiers in public — in broad daylight. More

Global Implications of Sharia Law

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Sharia By Rev. Jerry Hendershot Hospital Chaplain

In the Muslim faith a Muslim man can marry a child as young as 1 year old and have sexual intimacy with this child. Consummating the marriage by 9. The dowry is given to the family in exchange for the woman (who becomes his slave) and for the purchase of the private parts of the woman, to use her as a toy.

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A Reminder of why Women Should Not Avoid Voting

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This was sent to me by a PPJ member out in Wyoming.  I don’t know who actually penned this article and I am sorry that I am not able to give that woman her dues.  The one thing I would add to this article is that Hillary Clinton NOT getting the nomination is not an excuse for not voting.  The idea that women would cast aside this valuable privilege and right simply because their preferred candidate didn’t make the cut is inexcusable in light of what it took to gain access to those voting booths. 

 

Again, many thanks to whomever the author was of this article. 

 

Marti

 I’ve never heard this story before, quite this way….. it is an eye-opener.
 
This is the story of our Grandmothers, and Great-grandmothers, as they lived only 90 years ago. It was not until 1920 that women were granted the right to go to the polls and vote.  It is a privilege to vote!
 
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  The women were innocent and defenseless. And by the end of the night, they were barely alive. Forty prison guards wielding clubs with their warden’s blessing went on a rampage against the 33 women wrongly convicted of ‘obstructing sidewalk traffic.’
 
        They beat Lucy Burn, chained her hands to the cell bars above her head and left her hanging for the night, bleeding and gasping for air. They hurled Dora Lewis into a dark cell, smashed her head against an iron bed and knocked her out cold. Her cellmate, Alice Cosu, thought Lewis was dead and suffered a heart attack. Additional affidavits describe the guards grabbing, dragging, beating, choking, slamming, pinching, twisting and kicking the women.
 
        Thus unfolded the ‘Night of Terror’ on Nov. 15, 1917, when the warden at the Occoquan Workhouse in Virginia ordered his guards to teach a lesson to the suffragists imprisoned there because they dared to picket Woodrow Wilson’s White House for the right to vote.
 
        For weeks, the women’s only water came from an open pail. Their food–all of it colorless slop–was infested with worms. When one of the leaders, Alice Paul, embarked on a hunger strike, they tied her to a chair, forced a tube down her throat and poured liquid into her until she vomited.
She was tortured like this for weeks until word was smuggled out to the press.
 
        So, refresh my memory. Some women won’t vote this year because–why, exactly? We have carpool duties? We have to get to work? Our vote doesn’t matter? It’s raining?
 
        Last week, I went to a sparsely attended screening of HBO’s new movie ‘Iron Jawed Angels.‘ It is a graphic depiction of the battle these women waged so that I could pull the curtain at the polling booth and have my say. I am ashamed to say I needed the reminder.
 
        All these years later, voter registration is still my passion. But the actual act of voting had become less personal for me, more rote. Frankly, voting often felt more like an obligation than a privilege. Sometimes it was inconvenient.
 
        My friend Wendy, who is my age and studied women’s history, saw the HBO movie, too. When she stopped by my desk to talk about it, she looked angry. She was–with herself. ‘One thought kept coming back to me as I watched that movie,’ she said. ‘What would those women think of the way I use–or don’t use–my right to vote? All of us take it for granted now, not just younger women, but those of us who did seek to learn. ‘The right to vote,’ she said, had become valuable to her ‘all over again.’
 
        HBO released the movie on video and DVD. I wish all history, social studies and government teachers would include the movie in their curriculum.
 
I want it shown on Bunco night, too, and anywhere else women gather. I realize this isn’t our usual idea of socializing, but we are not voting in the numbers that we should be, and I think a little shock therapy is in order.
 
        It is jarring to watch Woodrow Wilson and his cronies try to persuade a psychiatrist to declare Alice Paul insane so that she could be permanently institutionalized. And it is inspiring to watch the doctor refuse. Alice Paul was strong, he said, and brave. That didn’t make her crazy.
 
        The doctor admonished the men: ‘Courage in women is often mistaken for insanity.’
 
        Please, if you are so inclined, pass this on to all the women you know.
 
We need to vote and use this right that was fought so hard for by these very courageous women.
 
However you vote  – – – — -just vote.
 

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