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Gov. Palin: Pelosi sees women as less than equal

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 24, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page yesterday afternoon:

Sarah Palin · 3,555,687 like this

Yesterday at 1:16pm ·

Odd. Pelosi sees women as less than equal and thus needing government intervention. Glad girls today know the truth re: women’s strength and equal opportunity. I’m glad my girls know the truth.

This is the article she linked to:

Pelosi rolls out economic agenda for women

By LISA MASCARO  | Tribune Washington Bureau
By LISA MASCARO      Tribune Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON — At a summer lunch with reporters in her Capitol conference room, Rep. Nancy Pelosi rolled out an ambitious economic agenda for women with next year’s congressional elections in mind.

The California Democrat launched a legislative agenda of family-friendly policies, such as paycheck fairness for women, an increased federal minimum wage, and President Barack Obama’s proposed early childhood education initiative.

The agenda, coming as the legislative season begins to make way for next year’s campaigns, was designed to stand in contrast to bills being debated under the GOP majority on the House floor. “It’s all about letting women know there’s an opportunity for something different,” Pelosi said, over salads, sandwiches and sodas.

[…]

Republicans dismissed the Democratic effort as one that is outweighed by the costs the nation’s 2010 health care law – passed under Pelosi’s leadership – will have on women if health care premiums rise.

“Talk is cheap,” said Andrew Bozek, spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressional Committee. “When you look at what the Democrats have actually done to women in this economy, versus what they’re promising – it’s a stark contrast. Obamacare’s litany of broken promises is a perfect example of how their agenda has hurt women and their families.”

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Couldn’t resist:
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2 Responses to “Gov. Palin: Pelosi sees women as less than equal”

  1. What do you expect from a San Fran liberal. Sarah Palin 2016? That’s the tune I want to hear. Ronald Reagan admired Calvin Coolidage, the most under rated POTUS. The time is ripe for a Coolidge like POTUS, and Sarah Palin is that person.

  2. skosper said

    Women across the nation should be outraged and insulted with the White House Administration and Pelosi’s view of females not being able to take charge of their daily lives without government intervention.

    What the Government needs to do is step aside and let families work things out for themselves. We as Americans are at our best when we are granted freedom to govern ourselves. The less government intervention, the better are we situated to assume responsibility for our choices and actions. This is what makes our nation exceptional.

    Sent from my iPad

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