Women: “Can I have birth control?” Republicans: “No.”
Women: “I couldn’t get birth control so I got pregnant. Can I have an abortion?” Republicans: “No.”
Women: “I had the baby, but I’m out of work. Can I have WIC (The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children ) and food stamps until I get back on my feet?” Republicans: “No.”
Women: “I found a job, but it doesn’t offer me insurance. Can I have government guaranteed insurance?” Republicans: “No.”
Women: “My kid got sick and I got fired because I missed time caring for him. Can I get unemployment?” Republicans: “No.“
Women: “I’m having a hard time getting my kid from school consistently. Can we fund after-school programs?” Republicans: “No.“
Women: I’m prepared to work to support my family. Can you make sure that a full-time job’s minimum wage is enough to do that? Republicans: No. But what’s the matter with you and your family, that working two jobs can’t lift you out of poverty? And can’t you keep your kids off the street? Oh, and make sure they’re doing well in school.