Did the Republican Party distance the women vote when the Republican Party voted against equal wages for women in the USA, and was this fair?
borderqueen 2012/06/09 15:16:44
Last week, the Republican Party took a big stand against the right of women workers in the U.S. making the equal wages as men, in a Congressional vote of massive importance to millions of women and their families, who will be affected by this unfortunate and unfair decision by the Republican Party.
Shame on you Republicans for spitting on the right of women to equal wages .
It has been the routine agenda by the Republican Party to constantly deny women in the USA, the right to make their own medical decisions without the intrusion of the GOP party, treating the female community like second class citizens, meddling into women's medical rights, and shortchanging women at work.
Women are going to have to decide do we want equal wages or not?
Republicans do not understand how women not earning equal wages, hurts their families, nor do they understand that mostly single women are being hit the hardest, a voting block who will have to decide, do we want a President who raises women's wages or do we want one that does not believe in equal pay of women's wages?
Mitt Romney belongs to the same Republican Party representing the unfair decision to deny women in the USA equal wages as men, and stood silent in approval as the vote went down in history as the most vicious anti fair wage vote against women in this country, Romney is anti equal wage and anti union for workers.
Not a good thing to deny equal wages and try to wipe out unions at the same time.
No, not a good thing at all for the American worker to face the risk of voting for a Party who calls Social Security and Medicare, "socialism," and who looks down on womens' right to equal wages, and why women in this country will rather vote for a President who believes in equal wages, like President Obama and his party do.
The Democrat Party believes women and men should earn the same wages.
Women in the United States were affected when the Republican Party voted against fair and equal wages to women, and for this, Republicans will be remembered, for not only, being the vicious ant-fair and equal wage for women in the USA, but the instigators of the division they have caused this country in the way they have.
Republicans failed women on the floors of Congress in many more ways than one.
Single women must now work harder than ever to meet the demands of every day life due to the reluctance of the Republican Party to vote with the Democrats for equal wages for women and for this, every Republican candidate on the ballot in November, will pay for this abuse on women's rights to equal wages.
Of this, the Republicans can be sure, that they can have all the money, but there are by far, more poor struggling people affected by their policies, who understand that the only way to stop the Republicans is by voting for President Obama, it has come down to that, Women for Obama 2012.
Sooner or later, every dog has his day and come November 2012, so will the GOP
see the voter backlash in this country against the Republican Party, just because, its counterproductive to the general welfare of the nation and to women in the USA , students, the elderly and children, and gays,,,,,,,,,,,to vote Republican.
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