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by as the world turns » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:34 am

GIMNEPIWO wrote:
as the world turns wrote:I'm not quite sure what they are protesting. Women in America can drive a car, get an education, get a mortgage and purchase a home. They can be doctors, lawyers, architects, engineers. They can be ministers or atheists. They can have children without men. They can speak their minds. I'm positive that they can still do these things now that Trump is president. This just looks like a giant hissy fit because their candidate lost. Being a sore loser is never a good thing.


You forgot that women, just like men have the right to peaceful protest ... The woman's march was about whatever it meant to the woman that was marching ... Her right to equal pay for equal work, her right to abortion, right to marry whomever she wants -LGBT rights, the right to be upset that someone who has shown no regard for woman was elected President and on and on and on ... Wasn't so long ago that there was no Title IX and your daughter instead of playing softball would be in sewing class learning how to be a home maker and have to be happy about it ... But someone protested ...
You just spent 8 years bashing Obama ... Don't women have the same right to bash a candidate they don't like ? Maybe they marched so they have the right to the same hissy fit you had.

And I have a right to point out the ridiculousness of their protest, buttercup.
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by as the world turns » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:46 am

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by GIMNEPIWO » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:54 am

as the world turns wrote:
GIMNEPIWO wrote:
as the world turns wrote:I'm not quite sure what they are protesting. Women in America can drive a car, get an education, get a mortgage and purchase a home. They can be doctors, lawyers, architects, engineers. They can be ministers or atheists. They can have children without men. They can speak their minds. I'm positive that they can still do these things now that Trump is president. This just looks like a giant hissy fit because their candidate lost. Being a sore loser is never a good thing.


You forgot that women, just like men have the right to peaceful protest ... The woman's march was about whatever it meant to the woman that was marching ... Her right to equal pay for equal work, her right to abortion, right to marry whomever she wants -LGBT rights, the right to be upset that someone who has shown no regard for woman was elected President and on and on and on ... Wasn't so long ago that there was no Title IX and your daughter instead of playing softball would be in sewing class learning how to be a home maker and have to be happy about it ... But someone protested ...
You just spent 8 years bashing Obama ... Don't women have the same right to bash a candidate they don't like ? Maybe they marched so they have the right to the same hissy fit you had.

And I have a right to point out the ridiculousness of their protest, buttercup.


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by kevin » Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:40 am

Out of curiosity. Did yesterday's women's march bother you also?

as the world turns wrote:I'm not quite sure what they are protesting. Women in America can drive a car, get an education, get a mortgage and purchase a home. They can be doctors, lawyers, architects, engineers. They can be ministers or atheists. They can have children without men. They can speak their minds. I'm positive that they can still do these things now that Trump is president. This just looks like a giant hissy fit because their candidate lost. Being a sore loser is never a good thing.
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by Spazsdad » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:56 pm

Are you calling the Right to Life march a women's march?
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by as the world turns » Sat Jan 28, 2017 7:56 pm

kevin wrote:Out of curiosity. Did yesterday's women's march bother you also?

as the world turns wrote:I'm not quite sure what they are protesting. Women in America can drive a car, get an education, get a mortgage and purchase a home. They can be doctors, lawyers, architects, engineers. They can be ministers or atheists. They can have children without men. They can speak their minds. I'm positive that they can still do these things now that Trump is president. This just looks like a giant hissy fit because their candidate lost. Being a sore loser is never a good thing.


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by kevin » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:08 pm

Ok the "Right to Life" march, the overturn Roe vs Wade march, the stop killing unborn babies march. The question is - do marches bother him/her or just the message? Or just fat women?

Spazsdad wrote:Are you calling the Right to Life march a women's march?
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by as the world turns » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:28 pm

kevin wrote:Ok the "Right to Life" march, the overturn Roe vs Wade march, the stop killing unborn babies march. The question is - do marches bother him/her or just the message? Or just fat women?

Spazsdad wrote:Are you calling the Right to Life march a women's march?


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by kevin » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:37 pm

Thanks buttercup.

as the world turns wrote:
kevin wrote:Ok the "Right to Life" march, the overturn Roe vs Wade march, the stop killing unborn babies march. The question is - do marches bother him/her or just the message? Or just fat women?

Spazsdad wrote:Are you calling the Right to Life march a women's march?


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by as the world turns » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:42 pm

kevin wrote:Thanks buttercup.

as the world turns wrote:
kevin wrote:Ok the "Right to Life" march, the overturn Roe vs Wade march, the stop killing unborn babies march. The question is - do marches bother him/her or just the message? Or just fat women?

Spazsdad wrote:Are you calling the Right to Life march a women's march?


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And, In no way did I mean any disrespect to all the fat women in your life.
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