Saturday, June 23, 2012

Republican Women Join The War On Women.

Republican Women Join The War On Women.



In another move against her sex, auguring increased deaths resulting from the battle between Conservative politics and the prevention of cervical cancer in young women, Nikki Haley repeats the new Conservative mantra: "We've won, and there's nothing you can do about it."

An excerpt on this story from Matthew O'Leary, Myrtle Beach Human Rights Writer at Examiner.com:

"On Tuesday, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley vetoed a Democrat-sponsored bill that would provide seventh graders with a free HPV vaccine. HPV, the Human Papilloma Virus, which has been linked to cervical cancer. The bill was sponsored by Bakari Sellers of Bamberg, and received bipartisan support on its way to Gov. Haley's desk. It passed overwhelmingly in the Senate (40-2) and by a broad margin in the House (63-40)...South Carolina ranks 9th in the nation for estimated deaths from cervical cancer."

http://www.examiner.com/article/nikki-haley-vetoes-hpv-bill-why-it-matters

The Conservatives of the 21st Century are no longer bashful about hiding their belief that we are best ruled by the wealthy, a posture carefully concealed when the Conservatives of the early days of the country, the Federalists, lost power after trying to persuade the electorate that they were unfit to rule.

What convinces the Conservatives that they no longer need fear the wrath of the people unless they believe that protest at the polls is useless? Are the Republicans firmly in control of the automated voting machines once again?

The Democratic leadership seems oblivious to the problem, so the proof will lie in the results of the upcoming elections when the results are compared with the exit polls that show how people really voted. (Even Wikipedia has an article on the theft of the 2004 elections via the voting machines at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_United_States_election_voting_controversies

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6 comments:

  1. You'd think that a woman who fools around as Nikki has in the past, would advocate "protection"....what a hypocrite.

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  3. You have it absolutely right! The only recourse when dependent upon an obsolute ideology for Conservatives is to lie or be two-faced in all of their activities and rhetoric. (See the "first" Joyce, Jnr.'s "Last Essay" at http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=1550342663962541535#editor/target=page;pageID=6619868508809532197)

    Is it no wonder that we should make Conservatism illegal?

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  4. Please overlook the spacing in the above Comment, the formatting is somewhat spotty on this platform at times. Suffice it to say, my motivation for continuing Joyce's mission under his name was motivated by the sentiments expressed in his last composition, halfway down the essay within the tab on this page entitled "Read First."

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  5. Please do your homework: No one is taking away rights to the HPV vaccine. It was approved by the FDA in 2006 and continues to be available to everyone who wants it. The proposed bill would not have made it mandatory but would have required the state to fund HPV vaccinations for middle school girls. The HPV series is already available at no cost to uninsured and Medicaid-eligible children through the federally-funded Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. It is also covered by most health insurance plans.

    The contention that she is "arguing increased deaths" is a false and misinformed one.

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  6. Please do yours. No one said anything about taking anyone's right away, a typical paranoid Conservative fantasy, that "someone" is taking their rights away. This bill would have *allowed* the State "to fund HPV vaccinations for middle school girls," not "required."

    Although the "HPV series is already available at no cost to uninsured and Medicaid-eligible children through the federally-funded Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. (And) It is also covered by most health insurance plans," with South Carolina ranking 9th in the nation for deaths from cervical cancer, it doesn't take a giant leap in logic to understand that more expansion of coverage is needed, and that objections to life-saving programs like this one are actually ploys to continue draining monies from those in need, combined with even more tax reduction bills to move the same dollars into the pockets of the 1%. Your bogeyman is the word "fund."

    Finally, your parting sally, "The contention that she is 'arguing increased deaths" is a false and misinformed one' actually illuminates the need on your part for another perusal of the post: the word was "auger," not "argue."

    Your post, however, exemplifies such a breath-raking example of Conservative rhetorical nonsense, that we shall publish it as the first and only Comment to this article.

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