There’s one “little” detail in THE FAMiLY LEADER’s “Marriage Vow” that critics have overlooked – small, subtle, and yet glaringly obvious once you see it: Simply stated, women who are unwilling to subordinate and sacrifice themselves to populate America’s economic and political war machine are selfish with a capital “I” - s.e.l.f.I.s.h.
If Bachmann is at a conference for the religious right, you just have to expect some crazy, unfounded soundbites.
The eyecare center is asking the congresswoman to please leave them out of her abortion rhetoric.
Tragically for the women of this country, in the years since Ferraro’s nomination, the nation’s view on the requisite qualifications for a woman presidential or vice-presidential candidate has radically shifted.
Regardless of what she’s running for Bachmann always uses the same stump speechs.
Foes are painting Planned Parenthood as an inflated corporation, dangerously powerful and drunk on profits. So the true kingpin of American corporate power is a group of community health clinics providing free and low-cost care?
Rep. Bachmann is calling for defunding Planned Parenthood, Rep. Pitts is going to be in charge of a major health committee, and anti-choicers fight a clinic move in Michigan.
A look at the “religious convictions” argument, and a “no birthcontrol” pharmacy goes bankrupt.
Colorado Abortion Clinic Threatened; Bachmann Speaks out against Obama’s Proposal to Lessen Restrictions on Abortion;
Nancy Pelosi Meets with the Pope in Italy
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