Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Nikki Haley disses contraceptives. She said WHAT?

FROM SOUTH CAROLINA Gov. Nikki Haley comes this lightning bolt of wisdom:

"Women don't care about contraceptives. They care about jobs and the economy."

That may come as a shock to a multi-billion dollar industry in which more than 95 pct. of the ladies have enjoyed contraceptives.

Sorry, Guv. You leave us no option but to give you the Grumpy Abe Linguistic Lunacy (GALL) Award that wins out in an increasingly crowded field these days.


JLM said...

Nimrata is only voicing the opinion of the majority of American women. Real Christian American women. Sure Nimrata was born and raised a Sikh, but the guy she married was a Methodist, so now she's 100% Christian. You can't be anything else in the GOP, excluding Josh Mandel.

Mencken said...

Nikki's too busy worrying about the IRS investigations to think about contraception. Anyway, women's prisons have their own culture of abstinence.

PaulRyanFan84 said...

Nikki Haley is 100% correct. The primary concern for women and all other voters is jobs and the economy. Democrats invented a "war on contraception" to distract voters from Obama's dismal record.

What is sad is that I have actually had two of my female coworkers ask me why Republicans are trying to ban contraception. Unfortunately the Democrats' campaign of misinformation seems to be working.

P.S. The IRS is NOT investigating Governor Haley. Stop making things up as usual, Mencken.

Grumpy Abe said...

Hey PRF: Why do you say it's "sad" that two of your female co-workers believe that the Republicans are trying to ban contraception? Doesn't that suggest that you are smarter than they are? It does raise the point that men such as yourself are intellectually superior to women, don't you think? Thank you. I'll leave it at that.

David Hess said...

To discount reality in order to justify one's own preconceptions and biases is the hallmark of the fringe thinkers. It's comforting to do, since it reinforces their prejudices and admits no chance of being in error.