Despite the fact the pretend human being Michele Bachmann had primary numbers equivalent to milk, thus forcing her to drop out of the Republican presidential race unceremoniously, it certainly hasn’t stopped her from saying totally fictional nonsense on cable news programs.
Regarding the male-dominated contraception debate, CNN’s Candy Crowley made the fatal mistake of assuming Michele Bachmann could think independently of male Republican propaganda.
“Where are the women,” said Crowley to Bachmann regarding the male-dominated debate on contraception in a TPM post.
To which Bachmann replied:
“The Republican Party is extremely pro-woman,” adding that “the new contraception law is showing the people Obamacare in 3D.”
From their seemingly never-ending quest to distract voters from the economy by controlling women with their hateful culture wars, for example, redefining rape, defunding Planned Parenthood, believing abortions just “traumatize” victims of rape; approving state sanctioned rape and demonizing part of Obama’s HCR that calls for employers (while exempting religious organizations) and health insurers to provide contraception to women free of charge, it’s transparently clear that the GOP is as anti-woman as it is anti-reason and anti-science.
To further illustrate this extremely unstable woman’s thinking and utter lack of credibility on female issues, here is a clip of her saying that God wants women to be “submissive to their husbands”:
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