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President Obama: Sexist in Chief

Harold15 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 5:31 AM
Though I agree that there should be equal pay for equal work, I can only speak of my own experiences. I'm 63 and the majority of women whom I have worked with DO NOT do equal work. They seem more interested in standing around and gossiping than doing actual work. As a supervisor, I've had to, on more than one occasion, tell my female supordinates to get back to work. I was accused of being sexist and picking on them because they are women. Feminists claim women do not need special treatment or favors nor do they want them, yet, that is exactly what they want and expect. One woman I once worked with complained that a project that was given to a male coworker was something she wanted to do. My boss told her that he really felt it...
Harold15 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 5:34 AM
...something he would prefer a man to do. She said she was just as capable of doing anything a man could do. A couple of weeks later she was given a project to do that she did not want to do. She told my boss that she did not think it was a job that a woman should do. Basically, feminists feell they should only have to do work they want to do.

"In what new ways," an "undecided voter" asked the presidential candidates during the second debate, "do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace, specifically regarding females making only 72 percent of what their male counterparts earn?"

Mitt Romney said that, as governor, he questioned why there were no female applicants for his administration. Women's groups, he said, then brought him "binders full" of qualified women. To this, Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz said, "Mitt Romney, on a point-blank question the other night in the debate, refused to answer whether he believes in equal pay for equal work....