No, she doesn’t. She has the right to WISH for him to act some way, because WISHING has no power.
No they don’t want her to know what books they are.
Thanks Mike, This cartoon truly represents the core of the republican party. If you stop and think about it they have done nothing for U. S. but try and keep us in their red neck stone age thinking and wars!
We must cancel the culture of academics.
“Have I read these book, well no. But someone said they are bad so I too say burn them.” Life in America
You have the right to choose……………..whether to buy yourself some politicians, or move to a more enlightened part of the world. Beyond that your choice means nothing.
…as FaceBook and Twitter continue to ban conservative comments.
It’s doubly sad because it’s true…
If you don’t decide, I will spank you with it.
Burn him-on a pile of flaming MAGAt hats.
If you don’t own your body you don’t own anything, abort the republican party, don’t vote for them.
‘From states rights to no rights’: Shock after McConnell explains next steps if GOP wins the midterms
Columnist Molly Jong-Fast said, “Republicans went from states rights to no rights head spinningly fast.”
Political scholar Norm Ornstein responded, “It was always a con.”
“You can’t make me wear a mask! My body, my choice!”
Hypocrisy, thy name is Today’s Republican Party.
Republicans probably think that a book mobile is a vehicle designed to run OVER books. In other words, a steamroller!
Those who burn books will soon burn people.
If Congressman Matt Gaetz wanted to find a way to anger women across America even more, well, he did it in one tweet. His response to the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court has caused a fury on Twitter.
He wrote, “How many of the women rallying against overturning Roe are over-educated, under-loved millennials who sadly return from protests to a lonely microwave dinner with their cats, and no bumble matches?” The misogynistic message was heard loud and clear, especially when he fails to see that abortion is often a healthcare issue for many women. Besides bodily autonomy, abortion access “is key for individuals to have control over their economic security and future opportunities,” “increases women’s educational attainment, financial security and labor force participation,” “reduces childhood poverty,” and “is crucial for racial, economic and geographic equity,” per the Joint Economic Committee.
But Gaetz, who is under investigation by the Justice Department for sex trafficking of a minor, doesn’t want to listen to any of the economic facts that align with reproductive rights. Instead, Twitter users decided to do the talking for him, so maybe it will open at least one person’s mind to the dangers of striking down Roe v. Wade. Amy Siskind responded, “This is how the Republican Party views you women. I don’t know what more you need to motivate you to get involved in midterms NOW and FIERCELY!!!” Another chimed in, “The poorest educated states are Republican. The poorest performing states in academia are republican. The states with the highest teen birth rates are Republican. Starting to see the pattern.” One account summed up how a lot of women feel, “How many men arguing against women’s right to body autonomy would appreciate losing that same right to make medical choices about their own bodies, Matt?”
Manipulation of Trump intel reports raises red flags about threat of his re-election: former FBI official
In his column, Frank Figliuzzi noted the April 26th watchdog report that stated, “President Donald Trump’s DHS diluted and delayed a 2020 intelligence report that told of Russia’s plans to aid Trump’s re-election with propaganda casting doubts on candidate Joe Biden’s health,” should set off alarms.
Writing, “…the OIG investigated whether then acting Secretary Chad Wolf and his leadership team properly handled the drafting, approval and dissemination of a report revealing that Russia’s government had a propaganda strategy to denigrate candidate Biden’s health. The report found that their treatment of the intelligence and analysis report was anything but proper under the standards of the intelligence community,” the ex-FBI man added, “The OIG’s report confirmed what we already knew.”
Figliuzzi suggested there may be more to come, but more importantly, what has now been confirmed provides a window into what to expect if Trump regains the Oval Office.
In particular, he speculated that, if Trump was still in office now that Russian President Vladimir Putin has invaded Ukraine, Americans might now be subjected to misinformation about how the war is going for the Russian strongman the former president counts as an ally.
Add to that, he wrote that it’s not beyond the realm of possibilities that Trump would share U.S. intel with Putin.
“We can’t discount that possibility. He’s disclosed highly classified intelligence to the Russians, at the expense of an ally, before,” he wrote before adding, “Would a new Trump administration honor such improvements to the intelligence process? Would they even read the OIG findings? More than likely, we’d be faced with an even greater contrast between the Biden and the Trump approaches to intelligence.”
The QOP is afraid of what is in books. Cowards.
Will they also confiscate kindles and other e-readers and block the sites that provide the material?
May 31, 2017