The question beckons: Should women vote with their brains or their lady parts? If the latter best resonates with our gender, then they might want to reevaluate their priorities.
Much like their radical feminist supporters, many Democrats think that government-subsidized birth control is the only issue concerning women.
The Left, with the Democrat Party claiming to be the party of women, ironically has hurt women the most. CNSNews.com reported in July that 780,000 more women are unemployed since Obama took office in 2008. Moreover, the Obama administration was found to pay its female employees less than its male employees.
This hypersexualized notion that women are merely sexual objects who vote like sexual objects is enumerated by their grotesque sacred text, The Vagina Monologues. I offered a harsh critique of the book and its message in a February 2011 column in the Washington Times Communities:
Ensler’s book depicts women claiming empowerment through their vaginas. She asks us to imagine that they represent women:
“If my vagina could talk, it would talk about itself like me; it would talk about other vaginas; it would do vagina impressions” (Ensler 72).
If that is not disturbing, take a look at the book's chapters: "Hair", "The Flood", "I Was Twelve. My Mother Slapped Me”, “The Vagina Workshop", "Because He Liked to Look at It", "My Angry Vagina", 'The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could", and "Reclaiming C***".
Since birth control “rights” are greatly dismissed by many women, which issues propel them to get involved?
The economy: Unlike the largely exaggerated birth control “shortage,” women are greatly concerned about the economy. Mounting debt, which now exceeds 16 trillion dollars, is the most pressing issue facing all Americans-even women.
Traditional values: The sanctity of life and traditional marriage-not birth control “rights”-are important issues for women.
Strong national defense: Disrespect for Israel, Russian re-START, appeasement to enemy nations, and other failed foreign policy decisions from the Obama administration and its State Department also propel women to vote.
Fellow females: Use facts, not private parts, to make yourselves (and your votes) meaningful.