I know several members of the Tea Party,Fri Oct 19, 2012 17:5622.214.171.124Mary Hartman email@example.com wrote:
I know several members of the Tea Party, men and women. They are all reasonable, rational, decent people. I doubt they would have much use for Janis Lane and her backwards, moronic declaration about women. If she feels she is too emotional or diabolical to vote, she should abstain. I believe Abe Lincoln said something like; "better to keep your mouth shut and let them think you a fool, than open it and prove them right."
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Tea Partiers think that 3/5 Rule was "freedom for all" because it
"protected", in their current technology, those who would otherwise have no vote. Left hand, right hand, no connection, as tea partiers also view today's prison plantation slaves as enfranchised by apportionment's gift of congressional seats to rural counties with high prison populations- prisoners who cannot vote are "protected" those who cannot vote. In some of those counties, voters i.e. guards have 5/3 of a vote as they "protect" non-voters. Left hand, right hand, no connection, who me?
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> From: DasGOAT@...
> Subject: Confederate Tea Party's Idea of Liberty "for All" = Old Rich White MEN Only
> Date: October 16, 2012 5:58:32 PM PDT
> To: ramillegan@...
> Mississippi Tea Party says women are too emotional and "diabolical" to
> October 13, 2012
> By: Lou Colagiovanni
> Janis Lane is the president of the Central Mississippi Tea Party, and she believes that women should not be allowed to vote because they are diabolical and emotional.
> During an interview with the Jackson Free Press comprised of three Tea Party members including Mark Mayfield, a real estate attorney, Kim Wade, a radio show host, and Janis Lane, the president of the Central Mississippi Tea Party, the question of women's voting rights was raised and Lane had this to say:
> Our country might have been better off if it was still just men voting.
> There's nothing worse than a bunch of mean, hateful women. They are diabolical in how they can skewer a person.