Scott Walker’s Toxic Contempt for Women



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Scott Walker wants nothing

Scott Walker wants nothing more than power to make decisions to be rid of the middle class. He forgets that at one time he was also middle class. And then along comes his saviors the rich (Koch Bros.) Now every decision he makes is against what he once was. On the night he was elected he said Wisconsin was open for business and everything he has accomplished was for the rich. His next election needs to be his last. Get out the vote

LARRY DONOHUE more than 1 year ago

Republicans will not be

Republicans will not be satisfied until they have turned the clock back to 1900 for women.

ORAXX more than 1 year ago

Him'uns is just like a good

Him'uns is just like a good ol' Texas boy! Yeeeeehaaaa!

Perry Ricks more than 1 year ago

And he is the choice of the

And he is the choice of the Koch Brothers and they are putting 100 million on him!!! Scary!!

GGMaw more than 1 year ago

Ha! "War on women", indeed!

Ha! "War on women", indeed! If Mr. Walker is not your cup of tea, blame the voters. They're the ones who chose to end all the Leftist fueled economic destruction in their state! :)

Nidalap more than 1 year ago

Currently on the road doi ng

Currently on the road doing a cross country move away from WISCONSIN. I want no parts in this sfate. Goodbye, Wisconsin.

Kay more than 1 year ago

How in the name of God did

How in the name of God did this misogynist get elected in WI. The very thought of him as a contender for the presidency is enough to make woman sick to their very souls! DO NOT let that happen!

Laurel McIntosh more than 1 year ago

From what I could tell the

In answer to your question, quite simply, fraudulent elections.

Isidore more than 1 year ago

I have just finished this

I have just finished this article and the New York Times Sunday magazine article about Walker's union busting activities. You all have a sneaky little see you next Tuesday on your hands. I hope everyone starts to realize what kind of snake we are dealing with and wakes up. Next POTUS? God forbid. Get busy, people.

Brian O'Neill more than 1 year ago

i agree with almost all of

i agree with almost all of this. I also am against most abortions but for those who's life is endangered or the baby (with no brain, etc.), that should not be governments decision. What I strongly am against is women that use abortion for their own convenience because they irresponsibly got pregnant and then decide a baby doesn't fit in to their "life" at the time.

Susan more than 1 year ago

So, you seem to suggest a

So, you seem to suggest a requirement for all abortion that the woman seeking the abortion be queried as to why she is pregnant, why she doesn't want to be pregnant and then....who gets to decide if he reasons for wanting an abortion fit your parameters of a valid reason to seek a legal medical procedure?

Ann more than 1 year ago

Since you are probably a

Since you are probably a Bible reader, flip to Genesis 2:7 and read "God formed the man of the dust of the earth and He blew into his nostrils the soul of life and man became a living being. Recap 1] fully flormed --not just a beat or movement here or there, 2] man was out in the open, out of the womb and born, 3] the life/soul came from without and was 4] blown INTO the man, who 5] breathed in and became a living being. Not before. Besides what all-powerful god would put his spirit into something physically unfinished? Not wise. So go the ER ABC, following the religion! Imagine.

Roch more than 1 year ago

Holy crap, are you this

Holy crap, are you this misinformed? No women are irresponsible enough to end up pregnant especially now as clinics are being shut down all over and those open FORCEDBIRTHER MEN mostly politicians are requiring fiery hoops and a song and dance to even get an abortion.50% of pregnancies are unintended and do you really think no contraception was used, that they rely on abortion as contraception(even if so, still abortion is legal)? You're an idiot. Besides a birth is no gift from any god, unless planned for and wanted. For those unplanned and unwanted, orphanages are no answer, where sadists and pedophiles target the innocent and naive kids. Only women can or should decide and who cares about what you think of their idea of morality, it's still their decision, and none of your business, PERIOD! If they so choose to end an unintended pregnancy whether planned or not, it's up to her, not you. Whn you pay taxes do you think the funds are still yours,too?Women make decisions for their own reasons, and who are you to judge them?Even if they are lax about contraception and get pregnant and want to terminate the fetus, still it's their decision and your moralising means crap, leave them alone.A fetus is a potential human baby, why not target sperm, just outlaw the source, no masturbation, a potential baby numbering in the millions each time die.A woman's orgasm isn't about releasing an egg from her ovary, so that makes her masturbating irrelevant. says this:
February 2015

• Most American families want two children. To achieve this, the average woman spends about five years pregnant, postpartum or trying to become pregnant, and three decades—more than three-quarters of her reproductive life—trying to avoid an unintended pregnancy.[1]

• Most individuals and couples want to plan the timing and spacing of their childbearing and to avoid unintended pregnancies, for a range of social and economic reasons. In addition, unintended pregnancy has a public health impact: Births resulting from unintended or closely spaced pregnancies are associated with adverse maternal and child health outcomes, such as delayed prenatal care, premature birth and negative physical and mental health effects for children. [2,3,4]

• For these reasons, reducing the unintended pregnancy rate is a national public health goal. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Healthy People 2020 campaign aims to reduce unintended pregnancy by 10%, from 49% of pregnancies to 44% of pregnancies, over the next 10 years.[5]

• Currently, about half (51%) of the 6.6 million pregnancies in the United States each year (3.4 million) are unintended

Ray more than 1 year ago

And please inform us all just

And please inform us all just how many women elect to have an abortion because "a baby doesn't fit in to their "life" at the time", with links and credible data illustrating such actions and motivation.

LamontCranston more than 1 year ago

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