Thursday, April 11, 2013

War on Women: GOP's Obsession with Women's Private Parts

Paul Ryan: GOP must stay strong on abortion to win elections
By Elise Viebeck - 04/11/13 06:44 PM ET 

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will argue that robust opposition to abortion rights is crucial to the GOP's political chances in a speech to activists Thursday night.

Ryan's remarks to the Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List gala will be his most public speech on abortion since the 2012 election cycle, when several GOP candidates hurt their chances with controversial remarks on abortion and rape.

Ryan, the former GOP vice presidential nominee, will challenge the view that Republicans should soften their approach to major social issues such as abortion in order to attract centrist and female voters.

Like you buttwipes aren't already doing enough damage  ...
From Think Progress

By Annie-Rose Strasser posted from ThinkProgress Health on Apr 11, 2013 at 6:22 pm

In the first quarter of 2013, states have proposed 694 provisions related to a woman’s body, how she gets pregnant, or how she chooses to end that pregnancy.
It finds that two states — Montana and North Dakota — are pushing for more restrictive, less informative sex education laws, but that both Colorado and Hawaii are pushing for more comprehensive, inclusive, and scientific sex education for students. Colorado’s would even prohibit abstinence-only instruction, which has been proven to be more harmful than effective. ThinkProgress’s own survey of state legislation has found a total of five states that, like Colorado, are pushing for better sex ed. These findings track with popular opinion that increasingly recognizes the value of sex education

If I had eggs that were viable - I'd have a my tubes tied - to make sure the GOP couldn't control by ovaries.
I wonder if any researchers have done a study on the political leanings of rapists.

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