3 thoughts on “How To Be A Republican “Feminist”

  1. It’s really tempting to add more snark, but this comes right on the heels of reading a remark by Rep. Marsha Blackburn. Responding to a question about pay equity laws that would require companies to pay women the same as their male counterparts she said, “I think that more important than that is making certain that women are recognized by those companies. You know, I’ve always said that I didn’t want to be given a job because I was a female, I wanted it because I was the most well-qualified person for the job. And making certain that companies are going to move forward in that vein — that is what women want. They don’t want the decisions made in Washington. They want to be able to have the power and the control and the ability to make those decisions for themselves.”

    She’s the vice chair of the House Energy Committee. She’s also a climate change denier and a creationist, which raises questions about how she got the job because she sure ain’t qualified.

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