Wednesday, November 18, 2009

American Women Are Leading The Revolution


OK guys get ready, here it comes. American Women are all over this grassroots revolution against the Obama Administration and the liberal democrats in congress. My official activation into this movement happened on March 15th 2009 when I started my towns first Tea Party in Danville California for the April 15th (tax day) rally.
In the first few weeks I was contacted by many interested people. I could hear in their voices the anger and confusion but most of all, I could feel the fear they were feeling.
Both men and women contacted me with the vast majority being women. It struck me, how vocal and knowledgeable these women were about the issues.
As the months have gone by, more and more women have been getting involved. I'm convinced there are far more women involved now than men.
This is not to say that men are not supporting the movement. After all politics and business can be a wicked mixture that you may want to keep to yourself so you can get the deal, that's understandable.
I started wondering why, so many women ? Why are so many of them, so worked up, over this Administrations actions? Emails, tweets, phone calls, letters and on and on most coming from women.
Why ? Because women know, women feel, women understand, women are the canary in the coal mine, women are the early warning system for all of us. This warning system should never be ignored, ever !
Call it insight, call it intuition, you can call it ESP, call it anything you want but when the warning signs go off you better be listening and you better do something.
At first I was angry over what was going on in America until I noticed the women. Than I became frightened that the thoughts that I was having could actually come to pass. Is this why these women are so worked up? Are they seeing what I'm seeing, validating my thoughts ?
Does America have something to fear from this Administration ? It seems so, if you ask American women !
So, guys if your not listening to the women of America you better start, before it's to late.

This comment was so good I thought it should be included in this article. It gives us all more perspective on whats going on.



From Anonymous

Women have become very involved. They know they cannot afford to remain silent. Women instinctively sense an impending threat. They know issues such as the health care debate could very well impact their family's lives in a negative way and they are determined to preserve and hold on to what they deem sacred.
These are the facts according to the "Concerned Women for America" advocacy group:Women account for 2 of every 3 dollars spent on health care, and are 14% more likely than men to take prescription medicine regularly and 90% of them visit a doctor at least once a year. Moreover, most women make the chief health care decisions for their families.
By a margin of 64%-27%, women would "rather have private health insurance than a government-run health insurance plan.
57% disagree that "a federally run health care program is what is best for my family and me.
56% disagree that "women like me would be best served by a government-run health care plan.
54% would not personally trade in their coverage for a public plan.
51% of women are unsatisfied with what they have read, seen, or heard about the proposals or legislation to reform health care coverage. Most would prefer that any expanded involvement exclude them personally.
Majorities of women voters in all age, regional, and educational attainment cohorts believe the private sector to be superior when it comes to providing choice in health care.
Pluralities of self-identified Democrats (45%) and liberals (49%) agree, as well as majorities of self-identified Independents (64%), Republicans (81%), moderates (54%), and conservatives (74%). 67% would be less likely to support a candidate, and 19% more likely to support a candidate, who favors moving people from their private health care plans to a government-run or public option health care plans.
Women also want choice with respect to how their tax dollars are spent: 67% of women do not want public funding of abortion; including 55% of self-identified Democrats.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Women have become very involved. They know they cannot afford to remain silent. Women instinctively sense an impending threat. They know issues such as the health care debate could very well impact their family's lives in a negative way and they are determined to preserve and hold on to what they deem sacred.

These are the facts according to the "Concerned Women for America" advocacy group:

Women account for 2 of every 3 dollars spent on healthcare, and are 14% more likely than men to take prescription medicine regularly and 90% of them visit a doctor at least once a year. Moreover, most women make the chief healthcare decisions for their families.


By a margin of 64%-27%, women would "rather have private health insurance than a government-run health insurance plan.


57% disagree that "a federally run healthcare program is what is best for my family and me.


56% disagree that "women like me would be best served by a government-run healthcare plan.


54% would not personally trade in their coverage for a public plan.


51% of women are unsatisfied with what they have read, seen, or heard about the proposals or legislation to reform healthcare coverage.


Most would prefer that any expanded involvement exclude them personally.


Majorities of women voters in all age, regional, and educational attainment cohorts believe the private sector to be superior when it comes to providing choice in healthcare. Pluralities of self-identified Democrats (45%) and liberals (49%) agree, as well as majorities of self-identified Independents (64%), Republicans (81%), moderates (54%), and conservatives (74%).


67% would be less likely to support a candidate, and 19% more likely to support a candidate, who favors moving people from their private healthcare plans to a government-run or public option healthcare plans.


Women also want choice with respect to how their tax dollars are spent: 67% of women do not want public funding of abortion; including 55% of self-identified Democrats.

Nicholas Contompasis said...
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Nicholas Contompasis said...

Thanks Anonymous for the great information. I have included your comment in my article so that everyone can see it.
Thanks,
Nick

lady di said...

I hear ya loud and clear. I too was at a tea party in April and have been to town halls and am ready for our next move. We will be heard!

Nicholas Contompasis said...

I know Lady Di. Since the American Women started this, there is no stopping them.
Thank God for America your on our side. ;)

freemktmomma said...

I cannot agree more! Everywhere I go, women are getting more involved in the Tea Party movement, their schools and communities. Why? We are tired of what has been done to destroy our schools by those weaving liberal activism into curriculum. We are tired of having to de-program our kids when they get home from school. We are tired of working tirelessly to instill love of life in our daughters only to have women represented in the press by bitter hags such as Pelosi, Clinton, Wasserman-Schultz, Boxer, Cantwell, Steinham, Walters and the rest who seem to think having an abortion is the only right of passage to womanhood. We are tired of raising strong young men capable of loving and supporting their families only to have popular press and culture vilify them while glorifying (and $ rewarding) those who refuse to support their own children. We raise our children to believe in God only to have progressives and atheists try and remove His Name from every public area and treat Christians as if we are enemies of our country. We are tired of working our hearts out to teach our children responsibility and self-reliance only to have the government support and reward those who refuse to take care of themselves.

We woke up on the morning of 9/11 to see our country attacked by those who hate our values and now we awaken every day to see those same values attacked by "educators", popular culture, the constitutionally protected mainstream media, and now, the President of the United States and liberals everywhere.

So, why are we so engaged? Simple. We love our children. We love our God. We love our country. We love freedom. We want our children to be happy, living in the greatest, freedom-loving, God-loving country on earth. As always, we do it for our kids.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if women are at the forefront at least partly as a matter of logistics. A large percentage of conservative women are homeschooling or stay at home moms. I'd never want to imply that they're not as busy as everyone else, but their schedules are likely to be a good deal more flexible than those of people who work outside the home. They have more opportunity to follow the news and attend or plan events. I'm not trying to contradict your point, because, just offering a complementary explanation.

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