Friday, February 04, 2011
Why Do the Cons Hate Women so Much?
I don't know why the voices in Stephen Harper's head start screaming when you mention the word "women". You'd have to ask his psychiatrist.
But I do know that the first thing he did when he came to power was attack women's rights, and destroy a national child-care program that would have made us the envy of the world.
And now the sinister Con Diane Finley, is rubbing salt in the wounds.
Human Resources Minister Diane Finley has accused the Liberals of wanting to revive a national child-care program so that parents don’t have to raise their own children.
“It’s the Liberals who wanted to ensure that parents are forced to have other people raise their children. We do not believe in that,” Finley said in the Commons Thursday, the same day that Liberals were promising to revive the national program scrapped by the Conservatives five years ago this week.
Even though most women with young children are working, and she just kicked them ALL in the face.
“Finley insulted all teachers, all early childhood educators, child-care workers, organizers of parents’ resource centres and even babysitters. She is trying to inflict guilt on all working parents — a truly shameful, divisive behaviour,” said NDP MP Olivia Chow.
But then what do we expect eh? Stephen Harper doesn't care about women or children. For that RepubliCon creeper it's all about ideology.
By setting up a public program paid for through taxes, we can bring down costs and ensure high quality, thereby providing a vital service for people unable to afford it privately. In cancelling the child-care program upon taking office and replacing it with a $100-a-month payment to parents of young children, Harper was throwing a tasty bone to conservatives who believe a woman’s place is in the home.
You know...Daddy Knows Best.
Even if it KILLS the children.
The Ministry of Education told CBC News there are about 5,000 licensed home child-care providers in the province but unlicensed home daycares are also common and not illegal.
The dirty psycho BASTARD. We could have had one of the best child-care systems in the world, and that's his ghastly legacy? Didn't our Canadian kids deserve better?
The good news? We can use what Finley said today to REALLY hurt the Cons. Bye bye women's votes. Bye bye majority.
And I can't wait to see working parents tell the Cons: "Just because we work doesn't mean we don't love our children." You bastards.
You know, long before he became Prime Minister, I knew that Stephen Harper was a weird, deeply troubled man.
But when the FIRST thing he did was go after the women and the children.
After that I knew he was DANGEROUS...
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