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What we conservative women need to do is remind women of a few facts.
Like, naming the party that took their jobs away after WWII The shameful things FDR did to drive women out of the work force. Like closing the government day care centers. And full page ads in glossy women's magazines extolling the virtues of homemaking. Talk about a war on women.
We need to name the party that made it possible, with tax payer dollars, for our daughters to have babies outside of marriage; and gave our sons permission to walk away from their children because the government was the new provider.
If we would just sit down and make a list of all the unintended results of the left's "feel good about themselves" policies we would have a powerful set of tools.
Sorry, Zafar. Rosie was sent home by FDR to bake cookies and host nice dinner parties that would advance her husband's career. She didn't have time to think about voting. And if she got to the polls at all chances are she went with a sample ballot marked and approved by her husband.
My son and his wife work really, really hard in order to be able to send their two children to college. So this is what $70k a year buys.
This video makes me so sad.
Yes it does.
I started reading Dune to my family on a long road trip, I believe it was the early 70's. We couldn't wait to get in the car each morning, not once did we hear "are we there yet".
This became a family tradition; I read, they listened to wonderful books like Shogun, A Bridge To Far and many others. These trips created lifetime readers who have now created lifetime readers and wonderful memories.
Gotta love Jonah.
Nope! Spoken today, forgotten tomorrow.
I had the best and haven't found anyone that could fill his shoes, size 11.5
My trust in Michael Barone and Karl Rove was so severely shaken this past election I'm not sure I'm giving much weight to what either have to say just now.
All this harping is just making me more discouraged, I don't think its helpful.
Nice segue Mr. Long.
Merry Christmas everyone.
Thanks. I truly enjoyed this post. I knew there was a reason I didn't like Toobin, what a piece of work.
God Bless you Dave for helping the Vets.
OK now fellows its been over 24 hours and tons of good suggestions and I don't find a DONATE or GIVE A GIFT button on the site.
If you make a nice printable Gift Certificate and a location to donate I have two people who would enjoy the membership.
I love this place, please don't go away.
I'm 69, record Red Eye so I can watch it the next night. Strongly dislike the Five. Love Greg.
"Pinkwashing" a term we should learn. From Wikipedia, a source I don't normally find credible, a piece on sponsors to to the Susan G. Komen charity.
Komen is a key entity in the controversy over "pinkwashing"—the use of breast cancer and the pink ribbon by corporate marketers, especially to promote products that might be unhealthy—in return for a donation to the cause. Komen benefits greatly from these corporate partnerships, receiving over $55 million a year from two hundred and sixteen corporate sponsors. However, critics say many of these promotions are deceptive to consumers and benefit the companies more than the charity.
Offensive, to say the very least and tired of the Pink to the max.
I'm sure there are lots of women out there that felt, as I did, that Obama's creepy stare and abnormally high blink rate was off putting.
It was like watching a rattle snake bead a rabbit. Made my skin crawl.
And to think I'm playing Free Cell like it's my life's work to ward of the anxiety.
I'll try cooking next week, these all sound yummy and thrifty.
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