What Women Really Want

Wow, wow, wow!  I am at a loss for words after watching this latest campaign ad; this speaks volumes about the morality of the administration and their view of women:

Although, I should not really be surprised as this just adds to the collection of recent political spots that misportray what women really want:

We are told by President Obama that there is a war on women and I would have to agree, but I think it needs to be made clear that the current administration is in large part a contributor and dare I say a source in further propagating this attack.  All you have to do is look at what is being said and the ads that are being put forth.  As President Obama stated in the second debate when asked about women in the workplace, he asserts that women’s access to Planned Parenthood and insurance covered contraceptives “makes a difference in terms of how well and effectively women are able to work.”

These comments continue to degrade women as nothing more than sexual objects who only care about free birth control and unlimited access to abortion.  It puts forth the message that the only way women can succeed in life is if they are sexually licentious and can suppress their fertility.  It’s time the administration realizes that women care about other issues like the economy, education, national security, etc.  They too want a say in what the future of America looks like far beyond what happens in the bedroom.

As women we have been given the most beautiful gift and unfortunately today in the 21st century it is being treated as a disease!  This mindset has suppressed women long enough.  All we have to do is look around and see the increase in divorce, sexual promiscuity, STD’s, pornography, and the list goes on.  Women deserve better.

We are nurturers, caretakers and relational beings.  What women really want is to be respected for the unique and irreplaceable value they bring to society.

Cassie Everts

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Cassie Everts is a producer for The Drew Mariani Show on Relevant Radio. She blogs at ThePowerofLife.org. She has been married 4 years and has a degree in Communications TV/Radio and Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville.

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