Political comedian/commentators shouldn't call women nasty names

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    Yet Bill Maher can call Sarah Palin a "dumb Twa t"  and nary a peep from the now-outraged phony "women's groups"....
    Posted by BetheKoolaid

    You can add... a man cannot treat women like toys unless they are Democrat politicians that support "women" ROTFLMAO!!!!
     
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    In Response to Re: Political comedian/commentators shouldn't call women nasty names : Why not?  She is a tw*t.  I've heard worse from Lisa Lampanelli or even Joan Rivers.  Again, comedians.  When Rush and his audience admit he's a comedian, I'll recant. But context and intentions are important, too.  Bill Maher may indeed be a misogynist; Rush may be one, too.  But Maher isn't in favor of misogynistic legislation limiting contraception for women; Rush not only favors it, but wants to shame women in proving that he's right. Either way, they're both d*cks.
    Posted by MattyScornD

    Wrong Matty! Rush is against forcing a religious organization to purchase said BC against their teachings. You are lying here and so is the entire Democrat contingent.
     
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    In Response to Re: Political comedian/commentators shouldn't call women nasty names : Wrong brat, religious organizations are exempt. The profit-making businesses that they run don't have to spend a dime on it either. The coverage is strictly between the employee and the insurer. The religious org doesn't even have to lift a finger or sign a document or process any paperwork. So just quit with the lying and obfuscation. You and the whacko wingnuts are trying to deny women a legal medical therapy and are trying to hide behind 'religious freedom' to do it.
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    You and the whacko wingnuts are trying to deny women a legal medical therapy and are trying to hide behind 'religious freedom' to do it.


    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA...talk about a lie. I haven't seen one person who is saying women shouldn't get the pill. The Right is saying if they want the pill then pay for it. Just like they have been. 


     
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    There is a HUGE difference between attacking public figures like Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann and attacking a private citizen.  Sarah and Michele can be on Fox news within the hour defending themselves from attacks like that. Laura Ingraham has a radio show to fire back with.  Ann Coulter would just show up on Bill Maher's show and confront him herself. A private citizen doesn't normally have that luxury. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Political comedian/commentators shouldn't call women nasty names : Wrong brat, religious organizations are exempt. The profit-making businesses that they run don't have to spend a dime on it either. The coverage is strictly between the employee and the insurer. The religious org doesn't even have to lift a finger or sign a document or process any paperwork. So just quit with the lying and obfuscation. You and the whacko wingnuts are trying to deny women a legal medical therapy and are trying to hide behind 'religious freedom' to do it.
    Posted by airborne-rgr

    Wrong! If you work for the church or a religious organization, they pay 80% of you HC so it is between them and the insurance company FIRST! Once it passes their muster for coverage, then you as the employee are contacted. My employer controls what I am covered for and what I pay for said HC.

     
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    There is a HUGE difference between attacking public figures like Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann and attacking a private citizen.  Sarah and Michele can be on Fox news within the hour defending themselves from attacks like that. Laura Ingraham has a radio show to fire back with.  Ann Coulter would just show up on Bill Maher's show and confront him herself. A private citizen doesn't normally have that luxury. 
    Posted by rockyracoon


    Well, except for when she was able to comment on Limbaughs comment via the media. Not so different in this case.

     
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