I Hate Women Act

The following 22 members of Congress voted yesterday AGAINST women. What do they all have in common?

NAYs —22
Barrasso (R-WY)
Blunt (R-MO)
Boozman (R-AR)
Coburn (R-OK)
Cornyn (R-TX)
Cruz (R-TX)
Enzi (R-WY)
Graham (R-SC)
Grassley (R-IA)
Hatch (R-UT)
Inhofe (R-OK)
Johanns (R-NE)
Johnson (R-WI)
Lee (R-UT)
McConnell (R-KY)
Paul (R-KY)
Risch (R-ID)
Roberts (R-KS)
Rubio (R-FL)
Scott (R-SC)
Sessions (R-AL)
Thune (R-SD)




7 thoughts on “I Hate Women Act

  1. Was going to post this to UTF regarding an eariler comment, but it seems to fit here:

    Top 10 most religious states
    • Mississippi: 58 percent are very religious
    • Utah: 56 percent
    • Alabama: 56 percent
    • Louisiana: 53 percent
    • Arkansas: 52 percent
    • South Carolina: 52 percent
    • Tennessee: 50 percent
    • North Carolina: 50 percent
    • Georgia: 48 percent
    • Oklahoma: 48 percent

    Bottom 10 (least religious states)
    • Vermont: 19 percent are very religious
    • New Hampshire: 23 percent
    • Maine: 24 percent
    • Massachusetts: 27 percent
    • Oregon: 29 percent
    • Rhode Island: 29 percent
    • District of Columbia: 30 percent
    • Washington (tie): 31 percent
    • Connecticut (tie): 31 percent
    • Alaska (tie): 31 percent
    • Hawaii (tie): 31 percent
    • Nevada (tie): 31 percent

      1. It passed in the Senate. I’m just waiting to see how Latta votes on this in the House. Let’s just say there’ll be hell to pay in his personal life* if he dares to vote against it. But knowing the males he hangs out with, it wouldn’t surprise me if he did vote against the bill.

        * Let’s just say if he votes against it, my point with certain relatives will be proved.

  2. What is interesting to note, M_R and NON, is that both GOP Senators from
    Mississippi voted for the for the Act. Something is changing in MS as Obama lost the State by just 5%, Mississippians voted down the Personhood Amendment, the present legislature last week refused to vote a new attempt at personhood out of Committee, and now both MS senators voted for the
    act. So what does this do to your theories of religion and Mississippi?

  3. As to people in the NE paying for the federal programs in the Bible Belt, M-R,
    where is the population moving too? Not the NE and tghe Rust Belt; it is moving South and West which is a new demographic reality that you have to deal with.

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