Republicans deny they’re waging a war on women, yet they’ve launched a series of attacks on women’s access to health care & contraception— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) May 24, 2012
Senator Reid (D-Nev.) took to Twitter to spew nonsense about the “war on women.”
Typical lies. By the way, silly Harry, since you are so For The Women-y, don’t you read EMILY’s List? They admit that no one is trying to ban birth control or the “access” to it. You know what does harm a woman’s health? Obamacare.
The lies continue.
Why don’t the Democrats join Republicans in praising women and defending them from horribly misogynist attacks, instead of saying they had it coming? No? They’d rather use women as pawns and attempt to scare them from fleeing the Democrat plantation. What about valuing the incredible contributions of mothers instead of constantly slamming them? That doesn’t suit; it doesn’t help push a false narrative in order to further an agenda.
Sigh. The good, old wage gap myth, which has been dispelled over and over.
The Labor Department’s conclusion was that the gender pay gap was the result of a multitude of factors and that the “raw wage gap should not be used as the basis for [legislative] correction. Indeed, there may be nothing to correct. The differences in raw wages may be almost entirely the result of individual choices being made by both male and female workers.”
What? Individual choice? That’s unheard of. Well, unless the choice is killing an unborn child, natch. Time Magazine is now even admitting the gender wage gap against women is unfounded. And, in fact, that women are presently out-earning men. According to Time, we should think this is super awesome. They even titled the article “At Last, Women On Top“. (I think that’s supposed to be titillating and edgy.)
Of course, there is one place where the wage gap does exist; in Democrat offices.
Twitter responds with some sanity.
Truth. So hard.