Friday, June 1, 2012

Unafraid To Tackle Non-Existent Problems

The Republican party took a lot of hits for what ended up being referred to as a war on women earlier this year and they're still not over it. What better way to say that the Democratic party is really the culprit by proposing legislation about a non-existent problem, sex selective abortion, and bringing it up in a manner guaranteeing it won't pass, a procedure requiring a two-thirds majority, thus proving by the resulting votes that Democrats are waging a real war on female fetuses.

The bill’s author, Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., said before the vote that regardless of the outcome, the point would be made. “When people vote on this, the world will know where they really stand.”

Never mind that the vast majority of abortions occur before the sex of the fetus can be determined. The war on women is actually a war on female fetuses which continues thanks to intransigent Democrats. Way to go, Congressman Franks. And all this time I thought the war on women was merely a ploy by Democrats to scare women and distract them from the "real issues" of jobs and the economy.

Next up, legislation against another non-existent problem--EPA regulation of farm dust. Oh, wait, they already did that.

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