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Tea Party: bad women voting

Anna Coldbottom
Posted on Oct 16 2012 at 4:17 PM
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Finally, a woman who speaks the truth. You knew she had to be a Tea partier. The president of the Central Mississippi Tea Party, Janis Lane, wisely lamented the fact this week that women are allowed to vote. Like all legitimate republicans, she says what she means and she doesn't pull punches. Here's her wise quote:

"Our country might have been better off if it was still just men voting. There is nothing worse than a bunch of mean, hateful women. They are diabolical in how they can skewer a person."

Amen, Sister. We women certainly are "diabolical and emotional" which is why the Mormons keep women in their proper place, out of the board rooms and the hierarchy. With any luck, maybe the vote can be taken back from women after Mitt wins this election and then he won't have to pretend to care what they think anymore. It's already bad enough that he has backpedaled on his abortion stance, saying that now he will allow it for rape and incest. You know he only did that because women are still allowed to vote, which makes them all accessories to murder, according to our former priest Hardy Bohner. It's just terrible that Mitt has to lie to get elected, so terrible what women are now making him do. All women ought to be ashamed of themselves for turning a perfectly good, honest man into a liar. I am personally appalled, but the Tea Party is gaining strength, so maybe one day this country will return to sanity and again keep emotional basket cases that are women from voting. Cheers!

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