Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Madeleine Albright - Senility in Action?

The following is my "Eastwooding" of a conversation with Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State under Bill Clinton:

Albright: "I'm not sure I'm going to state this exactly right," she said, sitting in a setting of convention-related activity in downtown Charlotte. "But I think there are some [Republicans] who believe they are actually protecting women, you know, and that it is better for women to be taken care of.

Me:  I guess Ms Albright is losing some of her mental capacity. Everyone knows - and the Democratic Convention speakers will bear this out - that it is the Democrat party that believes women should only be concerned with contraception and abortion. In fact, the DNC chairperson, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz made it a point to say prominent Republican women like Condi Rice are nothing more than "shiny packaging." So, it is Democrats who believe "women need to be taken care of." In fact, it was the Obama camp that came up with the now infamous "Life of Julia" on the Obama website, which depicted women as needing government help and support from birth to death. Talk about having to be taken care of!

Albright: "I think women want to take care of themselves, and I think having a voice in how that is done is very important."

Me:  Judging from the success of Republican women like Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez, Condi Rice and a host of others, it would seem that Republicans are the ones who treat women as whole persons, and not just beings that are only concerned with contraception and abortion who need government help from the womb to the grave, like Obama's "Julia".

Albright: "And frankly, I don’t understand -- I mean, I'm obviously a card-carrying Democrat"

Me:  Obviously

Albright: "but I can't understand why any woman would want to vote for Mitt Romney, except maybe Mrs. Romney."

Me: There is apparently a whole lot more that you don't understand, Ms Albright...Are you not aware that both women and minorities have been hurt the most by Obama's policies, that they have been disproprtionately victimized with higher-than-average unemployment?

The people on left say that Romney failed to speak out in support equal pay for women, but the truth is actually quite different. After all, no person will ever speak out on every issue. That does not mean he does or does not support an issue - there are just too many bigger issues to address right now. But the actions of Democrats speak volumes, and only go to prove it is Democrats that do not support equal pay for women - for example, the record shows that Namcy Pelosi's female staffers are paid 20% less than the male staffers. Now THAT is proof that Democrats do not support equal pay for women, and further proof that they do not respect them as whole and equal.


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