Will Republicans change?
But Republicans here are willing to listen. They are learning, and changing. (Dems will NOT listen, and it really irritates me no end). If we educate them, work with them, they will change.
On the marriage market, men trade their social needs and women trade their economic needs. Every average child support order weakens the marriage market by an amount of $200,000 (approx).
$235 billion in welfare goes to further distort it.
They must understand that the marriage market has got to be set free again. This is the ONLY way to affirm responsiblity as between men and women.
I refuse to give my personal money to KWMU, my local NPR station, because of this. I greatly resent the fact that my tax dollars are used to support the anti family agenda of NPR.
The flyer is to the point, and not radical, so it can be handed out anywhere. It is a great flyer!!
It can be downloaded directly from the Playboy Boycott Page, by clicking on the thumbnail graphic of the flyer. The graphic file is in JPG format, and it is about 100K.
Speakers will include Lois Linton (Eagle Forum), John Hancock (R-candidate-Lt. Gov.); John Moore (R- candidate - 2nd Congressional District), Peter Kelly (R- candidate - 2nd Congressional District), Rep. John Louden (R-88), Rep. Jim Murphy (R-95), Rep. Catherine Enz (R-99), Rep. David Reynolds (D-77), Mike Chavez (R- candidate-67th Rep. District), Barbara O'Mara (R-candidate 76th Rep. District), Dr. Gary Benedict (Family Psychological Services); Alan Cohen, attorney-at-law, Dave Usher, Board of Advisors, National Congress for Fathers and Children; Scott Field, President , St. Louis Chapter N.C.F.C.; and Marty Witbeck, St. Louis Chapter N.C.F.C.
Eagle Forum spokeswoman Lois Linton will speak on the topic "It Doesn't Thak a Village - It Takes a Mom and Dad.". Ten candidates for congressional and state political offices will express their views on social policy issues.
For more information, contact Dave Usher at (314) 961-5875.
Hutchinson Ballinger is not pro family. It is pro-feminist. It is a welfare-state entitlement for mothers, and maybe a few lucky fathers who havent been pitched out of the family yet.
Hutchinson Ballinger would give a bonus to every woman with children, regardless of marital status. This bonus would be granted to men ONLY IF THEY WERE MARRIED.
80% of divorces are filed by women who recieve sole custody of children in about 90% of cases, along with an average $180,000 in ordered "child support."
Now Republicans think we should discriminate against these guys in the income game. These guys are under strict state and federal mandates to pay child support, and would be left without any possiblity of getting more than $4.25 per hour. Yet Republicans would guarantee any single mom about $7.25 per hour or more.
Isn't that Wonderful?
We well know what happens to guys who don't pay their child support ... they get put in jail. Under HR4, they would also lose their drivers licenses etc. This is nuts. Divorced families need MORE income because there are TWO households to support. So we give it to women and tax the hell out of men?
This is sickly perverse. It creates a special economic class for women and puts men in the economic trench.
Presently, there are 1.25 black women for every black man in the work force, primarily because affirmative action programs put black women at the front of the job line. Now Republicans want to try salary discrimination too. Wanna talk about class warfare? Just mention Hutchinson Ballinger and I will show you Republicrat gender warfare.
If Republicans want to do something about the minimum wage, they should take a position on it and follow through. They should not sell us a trojan horse designed to attract women voters.
Republicans must NOT turn the IRS into a mislabelled welfare state.
I am furious at Republicans for their inversion of pro-family platitudes in the Contract. In terms of social policy, the Contract is a DAMNED LIE. They are not dealing with the issues .. they are playing dirty shell games and they are being sneaky. Smells like Democrats to me.
I have supported Republicans to the teeth for years. What a shame. I feel like an idiot. At least I'm not a stupid idiot. I know darned well when I've been lied to.
I have divorced the Republicans. I'm voting for Buchanan no matter what.
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