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  • ONLY Republicans vote AGAINST law to protect women from domestic violence

    So what could their agenda be ,,, I mean besides subjugating and dishonoring their mothers daughters and sisters

     

    Senate Roll Call: Violence Against Women Act By The Associated Press,Updated 1:20 pm, Tuesday, February 12, 2013



    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/politics/article/Senate-Roll-Call-Violence-Against-Women-Act-4272376.php#ixzz2Kj8CUBQ2

     

    WASHINGTON (AP)

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    and in related news (that will bite him in the ass come 2016)

     

    "Tonight Marco Rubio, the so-called savior of the Republican Party, will stand before the nation and try to offer a glimpse into the newly re-branded Republican Party. But in politics, and in life, actions speak louder than words and Rubio's vote this afternoon, a mere hours before his big primetime address, against the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) tells you everything you need to know about Marco Rubio and the Republican Party.

    "Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women

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    • #3

      well,  look at the list of who voted 'no':

      Sessions, Boozman, Rubio, Risch, Grassley, Roberts, McConnell, Paul, Blunt, Johanns, Coburn, Inhofe, Graham, Scott, Thune, Cornyn, Cruz, Hatch, Lee, Johnson, Barrasso, Enzi.

      Pretty much a list of the biggest conservative dumb-asses to ever be elected to office.

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      • Jack Walker
        Jack Walker commented
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        guido61 wrote:

        well,  look at the list of who voted 'no':

        Sessions, Boozman, Rubio, Risch, Grassley, Roberts, McConnell, Paul, Blunt, Johanns, Coburn, Inhofe, Graham, Scott, Thune, Cornyn, Cruz, Hatch, Lee, Johnson, Barrasso, Enzi.

        Pretty much a list of the biggest conservative dumb-asses to ever be elected to office.


        I may have to agree with you on this one because there is no greater authority on dumbassery than you. I would guess there was a good reason such as pork or pure-tee bull**************** enacted in this bill to keep my senator from voting for it. Research is in order.


    • #4

      I think the few straight Republicans in congress harbor rape fantasies about women, mostly because they're really bitter about women and how the first women they slept with mocked their tiny, shriveled members. That explains 2/3 of GOP legislation. 

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      • #5

        lagger wrote:

        So what could their agenda be ,,, I mean besides subjugating and dishonoring their mothers daughters and sisters

         

         


        That's what it must be.

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        • lagger
          lagger commented
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          mauser wrote:

          lagger wrote:

          So what could their agenda be ,,, I mean besides subjugating and dishonoring their mothers daughters and sisters

           

           


          That's what it must be.


          maybe yes maybe no... but your "low information" female, gay and liberal voters will likely take it that way.  Keep up the good job of alienating large demographics of voters teapottiers


      • #6
        Ellis wrote:

        " So, this bill is to protect certain groups? Why not all people?"

        It does protect all people. Abused men are equally capable of receiving services funded by VAWA.

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