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Ann Romney: “Why should women be paid equal to men?”

12:30 am - 04/30/2012

At a meeting with the “Moms For Mitt” group yesterday outside Philadelphia, PA, Ann Romney was asked her opinion on Lilly Ledbetter and equal pay for equal work regarding women’s employment. Without hesitation she responded with another question that seemed to shock even the most staunch conservatives in the room.

“Why should women be paid equal to men? Men have been in the working world a lot longer and deserve to be paid at a higher rate. Heck, I’m a working mom and I’m not paid a dime. I depend on my husband to provide for me and my family, as should most women… and if a woman does work, she should be happy just to be out there in the working world and quit complaining that she’s not making as much as her male counterparts. I mean really, all this wanting to be equal nonsense is going to be detrimental to the future of women everywhere. Who’s going to want to hire a woman, or for that matter, even marry a woman who thinks she is the same, if not better than a man at any job. It’s almost laughable. C’mon now ladies, are you with me on this?"

Source: http://www.freewoodpost.com/2012/04/18/ann-romney-why-should-women-be-paid-equal-to-men/

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thepikey 30th-Apr-2012 07:00 am (UTC)
Wow, that was delightfully masturbatory. Truly zen-like wanking.

Here's one for you: If ejaculate falls in a forest and no-one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
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thepikey 30th-Apr-2012 07:04 am (UTC)
*pats* Shine on, you crazy diamond.
vanillakokakola 30th-Apr-2012 05:08 pm (UTC)
you know what? i learned the other day that the answer to this is NO. i almost had a mind explosion

"No. Sound is vibration, transmitted to our senses through the mechanism of the ear, and recognized as sound only at our nerve centers. The falling of the tree or any other disturbance will produce vibration of the air. If there be no ears to hear, there will be no sound."

ladypolitik 30th-Apr-2012 06:53 am (UTC)
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