Obama’s Arrested Development Colors His Work Relationships with Women

Mitt Romney still won’t say whether he’d stand up for equal pay, but he did tell us he has “binders full of women.” OFA.BO/LMVWmZ

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 17, 2012

Is this the communication from a presidential administration or from a middle school boy?

During the second presidential debate with Romney,  Obama told us his solution to work place issues for women:  Birth Control.

Romney’s answer was more substantive, telling of his efforts to recruit competent female advisors and staffers into his admininistration while governor of Massachusetts.

The snippy little Obama Tweet made an issue of Romney’s referral to the applicant data presented to him during the recruitment process.

Are women going to be impressed by Obama’s  suggestion of birth control to make women a more secure place in the work world, or Romney’s  practice  of  offering  flex-time benefits to recruit the best female workers?

The Weekly Standard Blog reviews articles from the Washington Post and Time Magazine, reminding us that Obama’s own administration is a Boys Club. (No, they did not say Man’s Country).

Over and above bad feelings experienced by the women in the Obama administration, hard data reigns supreme.  Obama signed a bill  regarding women’s pay  in the work place, but he’s never been able to provide parity in pay  or representation for women, whether   in his own senate staffor his own white house  administration. 


Life News: Obama Continues War on Women

Obama waged another battle in his war on women during the October 16 Town Hall debate against Romney.

“There are millions of women all across the country who rely on Planned Parenthood for mammograms, for cervical cancer screenings,”  Obama lied.

He said the same thing in an interview with Glamour magazine.  The problem is that no Planned Parenthood facilities do mammograms.  Life News has assembled links to some of the evidence and admissions from Planned Parenthood that they do NOT  have mammography equipment  at any one of their facilities, and are not  certified for such procedures.  Komen Foundation had sought to cancel grants to Planned Parenthood, on this basis, but backed down due to a media assault from the abortion giant.

The tax payer  funded, non-profit Planned Parenthood has allocated six million dollars for  ads to reelect Obama and the democrats.  There’s another  half million dollar ad dump in Ohio and Virginia, and another quarter million going for ads in Colorado, newly announced by America’s largest  abortion provider.

In answer to a question on jobs for women, Obama reiterated his plan to force employers to cover birth control, abortion and sterilization, otherwise known as the HHS mandate.  To help women in their jobs, Romney suggested flexible hours and a shot in the arm for employers and the economy, to allow opportunity for unemployed women.   Obama spoke of his  mandate  to  force employers to provide for  preventing or aborting  pregnancies.

Obama’s Answer on the Issue of Jobs for Women

During tonight’s presidential Townhall debate, the issue of jobs and equal pay for women came up.  Romney discussed his own approach in recruiting women into his administration while governor of Massachusetts, and addressing their need for flexible hours in the workplace, and that bringing relief to employers would bring more opportunities for women.

Obama added another answer for the issue of jobs for women, and that involved tax funding for planned unparenthood and the need for free

Solving the issue of Jobs for Women with employer provided birth control

Maybe this could prevent the need for flexible work hours.

After Obama Busts Stericycle, Who Will Empty Abortion Clinic Dumpsters?

A major Pro-life News Media Clearinghouse, Lifenews.com explains the Obama strategy to tie Romney to Stericycle, a company which disposes of medical waste, and carries away aborted humans from Planned Parenthood facilities. Stericycle services all sorts of health care institutions in addition to abortion clinics. They’ll dump anything.

It appears that Romney left Bain Capital before the controversial association with Stericycle’s abortion dumpstering, and Bain itself has subsequently dumped Stericycle.

Obama’s expose of Stericycle’s abortion association is likely to hurt that company far more than it hurts Romney. Who will take out Planned Parenthood’s “trash” now? Perhaps the Obama campaign should have thought of Planned Parenthood’s medical waste compliance issues before it decided to Bust Stericycle by driving off the legitimate portions of its business.

Obama 11th-Hour Attack on Romney May Involve False Abortion Story | LifeNews.com.

Lawrence McDonnell: It’s Racist to Tell NAACP the Truth

Both Nancy Pelosi and Lawrence O’Donnell have stated that Romney was manipulating the NAACP to his own benefit by telling them that he would repeal Obamacare.

Only Democrats are allowed to say “Obamacare”. David Axelrod is using the term in Obama’s campaign efforts.

Mitt Romney 'deliberately got booed by the NAACP to appeal to white racists' | Mail Online.

Below is an exchange between Lawrence O’Donnell and Goldie Taylor on his MSLSD show:

‘And tell me, Goldie, if I`m being too cynical, to think that the Romney campaign actually went in that room today with the hope of getting booed, at least three times, because they want the video of their candidate being booed by the NAACP to play in certain racist precincts where that will actually help them?’

Taylor responded that ‘I don`t think you`re being too cynical at all’, adding that Romney ‘used a word like “Obamacare,” which is a derisive term for the Affordable Care Act’.

Pelosi has also weighed in, to Bloomberg TV: “I think it was a calculated move on his part to get booed at the NAACP convention.”

If anything is demonstrated by the coverage of Romney at the NAACP meeting, it’s the fact that he is telling everyone the same story about Obamacare. He doesn’t have a different story for each audience on this matter.

Pharmer thinks it would be rude and disingenuous for Romney to address the NAACP Conference in Houston, and not bring up the fact that he opposes Obamacare. It would also be an overt lie to use the term “Affordable Care Act”, because it is not affordable, and the Congressional Budget Office has already readjusted its estimates of the cost to almost double those that were touted when the bill was presented.

Suddenly it has become racist for a politician to tell a consistent story when campaigning.

Rick Santorum bows out of Presidential race — Tea Party for Indiana?

Rick Santorum bows out of Presidential race | Washington Times Communities.

Some love comes from the Communities of the Washington Times for Santorum as he bows out of the presidential race.

This leaves only Romney to have any serious chance of winning the nomination.

Once more, Indiana has no real voice in choosing the Republican candidate for the Presidency. In light of this trend, do you think it would make sense for the Tea Party to become Indiana’s opposition party to the Democrats?

Speaking of Tea Party, We the Hoosiers will hear up to four Congressional candidates (Don Bates, Jr.,Bill Frazier, Travis Hankins and Joe VanWyke) who are vying for the 6th district seat.

Tea-Party at the Lawrenceburg Firehouse today 4/12 at 6:30.

Republicans Slam Media for Birth Control Question

Obama’s position (to the left of NARAL) opposing the Illinois Born Alive Infants protection act, is being softened and spun by the media into a protection of Roe V Wade.

The legislative record of Obama while in Illinois shows his vehement opposition to protecting the lives of babies born alive, prematurely or after failed abortion attempts, or induced early deliveries.

See for yourself: It’s been assembled since the 2008 presidential campaign, HERE!.

It Almost Worked On Clarence Thomas, So They’ll Try It On Herman Cain

Exclusive: Two women accused Herman Cain of inappropriate behavior – Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman and Anna Palmer and Kenneth P. Vogel – POLITICO.com.

It almost worked to get rid of  Clarence Thomas when he was nominated for Supreme Court.

Herman Cain predicted it: Lefties are going to try it again on him,  not having been able to find evidence of actual unsavory behavior.

They dug up a couple of women who claimed that words or gestures of Herman Cain made them feel uncomfortable and accused him of sexual harassment.

It appears that Herman Cain was not capable of gross sexual imposition, unwanted advances, rape, a Kennedy/waitress/Dodd sandwich, impregnating his mistress while the spouse was being treated for cancer, driving his girlfriend off of a bridge and drowning her, paying for an abortion for his mistress, etc.

This  is too wimpy.  Cain is not disgusting enough to be president!!

The current RNC is likely to  go along with the Dems on this, because they need Romney to be their candidate.  That way they can maintain their current position in Washington DC.  They’ve been bent over so long, it would hurt to straighten up.

5/15/11 Washington Examininer: Cain saw it coming–

“But wouldn’t liberals and Democrats still find a racially-based way to attack Cain?  They certainly found a way to attack Clarence Thomas, the black, conservative Supreme Court justice.”

“They’re going to come after me more viciously than they would a white candidate,” Cain responded.  “You’re right.  Clarence Thomas.  And so, to use Clarence Thomas as an example, I’m ready for the same high-tech lynching that he went through — for the good of this country.”  Cain smiled broadly.  “I’m ready for the same high-tech lynching.”

Update from Washington Examiner: The gesture that got Herman Cain in trouble with an employee is described in an interview with Greta Van Susteren, to be aired at a future date.
“She was in my office one day, and I made a gesture saying — and I was standing close to her — and I made a gesture saying you are the same height as my wife. And I brought my hand up to my chin saying, ‘My wife comes up to my chin.'” At that point, Cain gestured with his flattened palm near his chin. “And that was put in there [the complaint] as something that made her uncomfortable,” Cain said, “something that was in the sexual harassment charge.”
Van Susteren asked whether the woman compla
ined at the time. “I can’t recall any comment that she made, positive or negative.”

Chrissie Matthews’ Inquiring Mind Wants to Know

Which republican  “Could excite them and turn them on most likely?”

That’s what it’s all about for Chris.  The rest of us are pondering other attributes of our politicians than their capacity for sending a thrill up our legs.

Matthews has also stated that he would not want an interview with Huntsman, Pawlenty or Romney.  He’s just not interested in any possible future presidents if they come from the opposing party.

Those guys just leave his leg COLD, and feeling quite dead.