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It’s a claim that New York Times bestselling author Katie Pavlich makes in her brand new book, “Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women,” and one that many readers may vehemently disagree with. After all, as she herself asks, is it really fair to say President Obama is more misogynistic than, say, Presidents Woodrow Wilson, John F. Kennedy, and Bill Clinton?
Folks, hear me out. For starters, Woodrow Wilson never pretended to be the president of American women. Kennedy and Clinton did not rely single-handedly on the women’s vote to cling to office or craft almost all of their policies to manipulate women into thinking they were on the verge of being handcuffed to their kitchen sinks and forced to churn out baby after baby without access to birth control. That’s what Barack Obama wants every woman to think. That he is the only thing stopping a Republican steamrolling of women’s rights that starts with stealing their condoms and ends in a national campaign to get women out of the workforce and into the home.
I’ll spell it out plainly as I can: Obama is the worst president for women because he has systemically lied to them. He has brazenly campaigned as their champion, even as he seeks to make them wards of the state, forever dependent on government largesse in the form of food stamps and free birth control. He’s claimed to work for their best interests, and yet screwed them at every opportunity. (Unlike with Kennedy and Clinton, that word is not to be taken literally.) Even Mitt Romney has figured it out. As he told me, “If there has been an administration which has been hard on women, it’s this one.” In the Obama worldview, women aren’t human beings capable of charting their own destiny at home or the workplace just as men are, they are dependents in desperate need of government handouts and abortions.
So I say again. Barack Obama is the most anti-women president in American history.
Still sounds shocking, doesn’t it?
The White House has not narrowed the gap between the average pay of male and female employees since President Obama’s first year in office, according to a Washington Post analysis of new salary data.
The average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400, according to White House data released Tuesday. That is a gap of 13 percent.
In 2009, male employees made an average of about $82,000, compared to an average of $72,700 earned by female employees — also a 13 percent wage gap.
originally posted by: beezzer
a reply to: neo96
When he (Obama) accuses conservatives of a hatred towards women, he is actually correct, because of the way he and other progressives think.
Hatred is equated as allowing them (women) the freedom to make their own decisions.
Love and support towards women is cradle to grave care without the worry of freedom and independence.
That's why progressives always think they are right about love and caring.
because to them, love and caring is taking away the bothersome onus of freedom and responsibility.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
OR could it be that Katie Pavlich is a young woman who is known for being a conservative commentator and Fox News contributor who is attempting to increase her conservative cred by launching one more "tear down Obama book".
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: guohua
Not sure, but I do know that their number one enemy is the women of the Republican party
I can't get over this comment.
As that picture of Clinton reminds me of when she defended that rapist.
And the number one enemy is 'republican' women.
originally posted by: guohua
That's a fact, he still hasn't narrowed the pay gap, I think women still make at-lest $10,000. less than their male counter-parts.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: BestinShow
Not sure, but I do know that their number one enemy is the women of the Republican party.
Tell a different story.