Commenter Chas Holman left the following comment on John Becker's post, "Romney Refused to Offer Accurate Birth Certificates to Children of Same-Sex Couples." Chas continues beyond John's original post about LGBT families and loops back in Governor Romney's attack on women.
Sounds like the kind of leader Governor Romney is proving he would be.
"Romney campaign stands by Mourdock".
Women.. For Goodness sake.. WAKE UP..
If ever there WAS a sign from God, this would be one of them.. These 'men' who are completely uneducated and ignorant about a woman's body, want to be in charge of the laws that Govern YOUR body. There is no other way to put it. Welcome to the year 1642 where science and medicine take a back seat. Don't even dare mention the earth revolves around the sun.
The Governor has said if he wins the Presidency that he would sign legislation if presented, that bans abortion. And you have GOP senators and Congressmen who have now said that women who get raped have no medical worries as they can't get pregnant if they are 'really' raped, and now with Mourdoch, it is 'God's Gift'.
Vote like YOUR life, your daughter's life and health depends on it.. It's not playtime anymore, they are playing for keeps and total control.Have no doubt, this is 'the big grab'.
I have a few Facebook friends who have posted that they'll be voting for Romney. Every time that I've engaged on the issue and reminded them of Romney's positions on birth control, abortion, fair pay, etc., they always tell me I'm just "brainwashed" into believing the worst. No matter how many facts I can pull out to prove what I'm saying, they poo-poo it.
Do you have any women like this in your life? Have you been able to help any see that voting for Romney isn't in their own best interests? If so, how did you do it?