John McCain: "War on Women" is imaginary.

John McCain: "War on Women" is imaginary.

Washington : DC : USA | Apr 26, 2012 at 4:27 PM PDT
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Not only does the Republican Party, aided and abetted by FOX News, tell lies about President Obama's fabrication of the "war on women," but now they are stating that the "war" itself is a figment of our imaginations.

Kind of like them telling females who have actually been raped that they imagined it and made it all up.

First of all, President Obama had nothing to do with the now-infamous "war on women."

It came from women themselves, who, according to former presidential candidate John McCain (R.-Az) and his constituents, imagined that Rush Limbaugh attacked Sandra Fluke when she went to Congress to demand to be heard on the issue of contraceptives, who imagined that Ann Romney stated in so many words that because she is rich, her children deserved a mother at home to take care of them and no one else's does; and who also imagined that Republicans and their constituents are now running 'willy-nilly' all over the land (they who parade and picket for small government) to force the BIG government's hand on whether or not a woman not only has a right to contraceptives, an abortion, and a rape kit in the event that she is raped, but that the very definition of rape itself is tapered down to protect men just in case they decide to force a woman to have sex against her will.

As with the housing and mortgage crises, their political moves shift responsibility off the attacker/perpetrator of the crime and move it to their victims, whom they want to have no laws in place to seek recourse in the event of an attack.

"It is your responsibility not to get raped."

Of course, women in America also imagined that little "aspirin between the knees" quip, and the stuff they've put out about transvaginal ultrasounds.

Because if President Obama is the one telling them to do all of that and get the women riled up, then they're in cahoots with him to get him re-elected in November.

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greeneink is based in Denver, Colorado, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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