What happens to old white republican women from the south?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by OPTIONAL777, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. They end up making fools of themselves on C-SPAN...

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  2. What happens to old white republican women from the south ?

    Hopefully nothing similar to what happens to old socialist women from california.


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  3. What does the color of her skin have to do with it?

    Maybe you're a black man with a grudge, idk.. :confused:
     
  4. Let's see, she is anti aid to victims of Katrina, many of whom are black, anti votings rights act (again, protecting minorities' right to vote), anti hate crime prevention, and claims the Affordable Health Care for America Act passing is more dangerous than any terrorist right now in any country.

    Hurricane Katrina

    In September 2005, Foxx was one of 11 members of Congress to vote[3] against the $51 billion aid package to victims of Hurricane Katrina. She was also one of only 33 Republicans to vote against the extension of the Voting Rights Act in July 2006.

    Matthew Shepard Act

    In April 2009, Foxx expressed opposition to the Matthew Shepard Act, claiming that the murder of Matthew Shepard was not a hate crime. While debating the act at the House of Representatives, which was attended by Matthew Shepard's mother, she called the incident a "very unfortunate incident" but also "we know that that young man was killed in the commitment of a robbery. It wasn't because he was gay". She continued that "It's really a hoax that that continues to be used as an excuse for passing hate crimes bills".[6]

    Health care debate

    When commenting on the House version of the reform bill that funds counseling for end-of-life issues, Foxx said, "Republicans have a better solution that won't put the government in charge of people's health care," and "(The plan) is pro-life because it will not put seniors in a position of being put to death by their government."[7]She later argued that "we have more to fear from the potential of [the Affordable Health Care for America Act] passing than we do from any terrorist right now in any country."[8][9]