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Paul Ryan: Women “Hit Hardest” Under Barack Obama

MacQ - Texas Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 10:05 AM
Let's see: Liberal women fight to be equally paid and regarded in the workplace, but they can't figure out how to get birth control unless their boss pays for it (ie need a sugar daddy to take care of them). Do I have that right?
Dramamama Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 10:07 AM
It is called personal responsibility! Too many want the gub'ment to be they baby daddy!
JasonCharleston Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 10:26 AM
Ben Nelson gives me hope. He voted for Obamacare which gave his state 300 million dollars. As a result he dropped 25 points in the poll and didn't try to be re-elected. Washingtonians want us to believe everyone is as horrible, greedy, and shallow as they are. It's never going to be the case.

After watching this clip (which is a few days old, as it happens) I am absolutely convinced that no one can better articulate the shortcomings -- and failures -- of this administration’s economic policies than Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan:

The poverty rate among women is at a seventeen year high. Over five million women have just left the workforce. Fewer women are working today than when he took office. And so, of the people who have gotten hit the hardest…it’s women.

This is an excellent...