Schlafly: ‘Unmarried Women’ Want Welfare ‘When You Kick Your Husband Out’

July 29, 2010


2 Responses to “Schlafly: ‘Unmarried Women’ Want Welfare ‘When You Kick Your Husband Out’”

  1. stephen on July 30th, 2010 9:21 am

    just wondering, do you know the stats on what she was talking about? seems to me there are a lot of women with children and no husband on welfare. maybe all men are pigs and make a deposit and run leaving the woman to raise the child. but maybe the women realize that the more children they have the more money they are given to take care of them? and that is your money if you have a job and pay taxes. nothing wrong with helping anyone in need but… seems to me they get to have the fun of sex and we get to pay the consequences.

    I’m just saying, maybe what she said isn’t so crazy after all but because she is a conservative, that makes her a quack.


  2. majii on July 30th, 2010 6:25 pm

    No one has been allowed to remain on welfare permanently since, oh, around 1996, when President Clinton signed new legislation into law to prevent it.

    Schlafly is a quack because there are millions of women like myself who get divorced and have jobs that pay well enough to take care of our children. My ex paid a small amount of child support, but I took care of our child until she completed college, AND I was able to buy her a car after her sophomore year. According to Schlafly, I most likely wouldn’t have been able to do this because I’m both female and African American.

    She’s a quack because she’d meddling in the business of others without knowing what she’s talking about and making inane generalizations.

    She’s a quack because she’s saying that all unmarried women voted for Obama because we want/need help. This is like saying we don’t have enough intelligence to study candidates’ platforms and choose the best candidate and need her to tell us for whom to vote. Yeah, right.

    She’s a quack because only 1% of the federal budget is spent on entitlement programs.

    She’s a quack because she’s a hypocrite who says she believes a woman’s place is in the home taking care of her children while she has traveled all over the country spreading hatred and telling lies for years. She doesn’t get along well with some of her own children, one of whom is gay and treated like an outcast.

    It’s time for her and the rest of the clueless to order a better crystal ball.

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