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(The Raw Story)   Woman claims the GOP's "War on Women" is directly responsible for her earning $20,000 less than her male predecessor in the same position. Fark: That position is Chairwoman of the Washington state Republican Party   (rawstory.com) divider line 31
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2013-11-22 07:52:32 PM  
12 votes:

Moodybastard: FTFA
"many within the party were upset that Hutchison even mentioned "the 'war on women' meme" in her memo.
"There is no war on women," once source told the Times."

Ok, so what is it then?
A Police Action on women?
A Counter-Insurgency on women?
A Riot Suppression on women?

Whatcha calling it?


The War of Feminine Aggression.
2013-11-22 07:38:36 PM  
8 votes:
Waaaahhh I work with Satan and its too hot down here and he always pokes me in the bum with his pointy pitchfork!
2013-11-22 08:01:43 PM  
6 votes:

Mike_LowELL: I don't know how to respond to this thread.


We broke him guys! We finally broke him!
2013-11-22 05:50:29 PM  
6 votes:

impaler: Tigger: She presumably joined the Republican party voluntarily?

And only becomes upset at the results of Republican leadership after she is personally affected.


Central deficit of republicans revealed. They can only understand a point of view if personally affected.

See also McCain on torture, Cheney on gays, Allen West on war crimes. Oh wait not that last one.
2013-11-22 07:09:09 PM  
5 votes:
"There is no war on women," once source told the Times.


Well, there it is then. No GOP war on women, ever since source told the Times so.
2013-11-22 04:11:58 PM  
5 votes:
Perfectly perfect. Seeing the GOP in action, it's almost as if the wicked witch threw the bucket of water on herself.
2013-11-22 07:13:24 PM  
4 votes:

Koalaesq: fusillade762: In sorta related news.

Limbaugh sees rape, nuclear option parallel

I really... REALLY... wish I hadn't read that.

Damn it.


The dumbest part is that in his first example, he says the group needs 6 people to let the 4 women be raped, but the women always get 2 men to vote no. Then one guy changes the rule so you only need five votes - but if the women still keep getting 2 guys to vote no, the vote will still be the same. The argument is not only intentionally inflammatory but makes no mathematical or logical sense. So it's perfect for his listeners to bob their heads at while they get blowjobs from their cousins.
2013-11-22 06:32:03 PM  
4 votes:

serial_crusher: Again with the math.


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2013-11-22 06:16:07 PM  
4 votes:
I don't know how to respond to this thread.
2013-11-22 07:21:45 PM  
3 votes:

fusillade762: In sorta related news.

Limbaugh sees rape, nuclear option parallel


I'm not going to read that article and assume since the nuclear option was unavoidable, the Republican Senate should just lay back and enjoy it.
2013-11-22 05:41:07 PM  
3 votes:

Tigger: She presumably joined the Republican party voluntarily?


No, her man told her to join. Duh.
2013-11-22 07:59:29 PM  
2 votes:

BMulligan: Moodybastard: FTFA
"many within the party were upset that Hutchison even mentioned "the 'war on women' meme" in her memo.
"There is no war on women," once source told the Times."

Ok, so what is it then?
A Police Action on women?
A Counter-Insurgency on women?
A Riot Suppression on women?

Whatcha calling it?

The War of Feminine Aggression.


i1126.photobucket.com
2013-11-22 07:42:06 PM  
2 votes:

fusillade762: In sorta related news.

Limbaugh sees rape, nuclear option parallel


Did he tell his listeners that the GOP should just lay back and enjoy it?
2013-11-22 07:38:20 PM  
2 votes:
•  As chairwoman of the GOP, she's okay when they do it to OTHER women?  But now that they're doing it to her it's outrageous?
•  This lady makes $75,000 a year and is upset about it because the person before her made more?
•  She doesn't want this case of the GOP treating women as a lesser getting out because... people might start to think the GOP doesn't think women are equal?

This one is precious too: "I left the meeting demoralized, and so did my hardworking staff."

• Her hardworking staff got demoralized because their boss didn't get a raise?

What a biatch.
2013-11-22 07:18:22 PM  
2 votes:
FTFA
"many within the party were upset that Hutchison even mentioned "the 'war on women' meme" in her memo.
"There is no war on women," once source told the Times."

Ok, so what is it then?
A Police Action on women?
A Counter-Insurgency on women?
A Riot Suppression on women?

Whatcha calling it?
2013-11-23 12:42:28 AM  
1 votes:

Captain Dan: CorporatePerson: At least you're self aware enough to realize that what you support is wrong but you still do it anyways.

There are large parts of the Republican agenda I disagree with (including economic, social, and military).  It's possible to support a party without endorsing its entire platform.


Other than that, how did you like Dallas tonight, Mrs. Kennedy?
2013-11-22 08:24:27 PM  
1 votes:

Mike_LowELL: I don't know how to respond to this thread.


"Farking shark week"?
2013-11-22 08:05:05 PM  
1 votes:

impaler: Tigger: She presumably joined the Republican party voluntarily?

And only becomes upset at the results of Republican leadership after she is personally affected.


So......she is a normal Republican?
2013-11-22 07:57:21 PM  
1 votes:
"Pay me more or I'll reference Democratic tropes in an internal memo which I can plausibly deny that I leaked."
2013-11-22 07:42:26 PM  
1 votes:

sugardave: Moodybastard: FTFA
"many within the party were upset that Hutchison even mentioned "the 'war on women' meme" in her memo.
"There is no war on women," once source told the Times."

Ok, so what is it then?
A Police Action on women?
A Counter-Insurgency on women?
A Riot Suppression on women?

Whatcha calling it?

The Courtesan Conflict


And there's my Steampunk adventure novel title. Cheers!
2013-11-22 07:35:21 PM  
1 votes:

Tigger: impaler: Tigger: She presumably joined the Republican party voluntarily?

And only becomes upset at the results of Republican leadership after she is personally affected.

Central deficit of republicans revealed. They can only understand a point of view if personally affected.

See also McCain on torture, Cheney on gays, Allen West on war crimes. Oh wait not that last one.


Reagan on Alzheimers research.
2013-11-22 07:24:09 PM  
1 votes:
Her predecessor as chairwoman was a guy?

(Did not RTFA)
Ant
2013-11-22 07:23:13 PM  
1 votes:

impaler: And only becomes upset at the results of Republican leadership after she is personally affected.


This is expected behavior. Your conservative appears to be operating normally.
2013-11-22 07:15:54 PM  
1 votes:
But she has great hair!
2013-11-22 07:15:45 PM  
1 votes:

jjorsett: Woman claims the GOP's "War on Women" is directly responsible for her earning $20,000 less than her male predecessor in the same position.

And what she ACTUALLY said was that it looks bad by "playing into" that Democratic propaganda trope. Like the world would ever notice that her pay got cut unless she started complaining about it.


Damned facts, paying into the opposition's rhetoric.
2013-11-22 07:12:53 PM  
1 votes:
So unfortunate are the blind. The path here is clear: Cut taxes for the wealthy and increase military spending and eventually the wealth it generates will trickle down to her.
2013-11-22 06:12:09 PM  
1 votes:

serial_crusher: I don't think it works that way.  You don't raise money for your organization under the impression that you'll get all the money yourself.


What's the incentive to raise money if you don't get to keep it?
2013-11-22 04:19:56 PM  
1 votes:
She presumably joined the Republican party voluntarily?
2013-11-22 04:19:26 PM  
1 votes:
For the "a little too late" Files:
"Please, for the sake of the Party, put this issue to rest and don't let it fester going forward," she wrote. "I particularly don't want persons outside the party to hear about the quibbling as it will undermine our fundraising efforts among major donors."

I also like their response, "There is no War on Women."
2013-11-22 04:17:47 PM  
1 votes:
She must be a demon in the sack.
2013-11-22 03:48:51 PM  
1 votes:
schadenfreude, how does it work?
 
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