Saturday, January 26, 2013

the party of old white men go merrily on their way

Just in case you missed the repub have been getting to gather this week and discussing important thinks that they want to get done .

 1. John Boehner said he will make it a national priority to "help make abortion a relic of the past."

 2.Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), whose home state's legislature recently defunded Planned Parenthood and voted to pass a bill that would allow employers to deny women birth control coverage, delivered a floor speech in which he insisted that the war on women is something imaginary for Democrats to "sputter about."

 3.Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus tried to trivialize concerns about the legislative

"war on women" by comparing it to a "war on caterpillars." "If the Democrats said we had a war on caterpillars and every mainstream media outlet talked about the fact that Republicans have a war on caterpillars,  

4.Don't Care (Kanye West) South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) defended the Republican Party in April for going after insurance coverage for contraception by arguing that women don't actually care about contraception. "Women don't care about contraception," she said on ABC's The View. "They care about jobs and the economy and raising their families and all those other things."

 45.Fehrnstrom, senior campaign adviser for Mitt Romney, said on Sunday that issues pertaining to women's reproductive rights, such as abortion and birth control, were "shiny objects" meant to distract voters from the real issues. 

6. Mitt Romney was back in the saddle advising the party faith-ful about important matter like anti-abortion and pro-life. I guess they still don't want the woman's vote. Oh yes they were discussing immigration on the hill but not a word about immigration came out of the repub big summit, guess they don't want the brown vote either.

It is a cool morning here in the Ozarks and all is right with our world.

1 comment:

Donna said...

About the Hereford: We bought her because at that time we only had one adult cow, Bonnie, the Jersey, and cattle were selling so high, we figured we might as well have something else to eat the grass in our pasture. I never planned to milk her. In fact, her calf acted like it couldn't get enough, from the day it was born. Bonnie's heifer calf, half whiteface, is taking all her milk now, so I don't have to milk her if I don't want to. Of course when Jody calves, I will have to milk her until her calf can take it all. I think I'm going to try putting another calf on her and letting her raise two babies. Once all these babies around here grow up, I will have to sell something again.