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AuntPatsy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-21-05 12:58 PM
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17. Unbelievable..
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  -Women's Social Rights are NOT essential to the development of Democracy KoKo01  Aug-21-05 10:14 AM   #0 
  - ok, so that rules out half the population  Bill McBlueState   Aug-21-05 10:18 AM   #1 
  - Well...  kahleefornia   Aug-21-05 10:19 AM   #2 
  - What do you mean by societal change?  nothingshocksmeanymore   Aug-21-05 10:27 AM   #3 
  - the societal change where we cobble together a group of people who  bettyellen   Aug-21-05 10:32 AM   #6 
  - I agree...  Diamonique   Aug-21-05 10:30 AM   #4 
  - THE FACT THAT YOU BOTH THINK IT NEEDS "MASTERY"  omega minimo   Aug-21-05 12:52 PM   #15 
     - well obviously a lot of people  kahleefornia   Aug-21-05 11:20 PM   #29 
  - Women had rights under Saddam that they will probably lose  Frances   Aug-21-05 10:33 AM   #7 
  - "force?"  SoCalifer   Aug-21-05 11:46 AM   #14 
     - actually, I did!  kahleefornia   Aug-21-05 11:16 PM   #28 
  - Women's rights were considered important enough to include in Japan's  Art_from_Ark   Aug-21-05 10:31 AM   #5 
  - witnessing the war against women  donsu   Aug-21-05 10:35 AM   #8 
  - Larry Diamond was fine with no women's rights.  Donna Zen   Aug-21-05 10:40 AM   #9 
     - Unbelievable..  AuntPatsy   Aug-21-05 12:58 PM   #17 
  - Condi said almost the same thing a couple of months ago - the US  FloridaPat   Aug-21-05 10:54 AM   #10 
  - we left em out of our document, why shouldn't they?  librechik   Aug-21-05 11:03 AM   #11 
  - Whose freedom is it anyway....Digby has some choice words on this....  KoKo01   Aug-21-05 11:12 AM   #12 
  - Women's Social Rights Are Left Out Of OUR Constitution  mntleo2   Aug-21-05 11:28 AM   #13 
  - It's time for a global women's party of peace and freedom  omega minimo   Aug-21-05 12:56 PM   #16 
  - Women's social rights are at the *core* of any democratic society  Muddy Waters Guitar   Aug-21-05 01:23 PM   #18 
  - bush sent america to war so iraqis could live under 12th century freedoms?  kodi   Aug-21-05 01:30 PM   #19 
  - I can't even begin to respond to this...  FLDem5   Aug-21-05 01:32 PM   #20 
  - so much for the "FREEDOM"...  liberaliraqvet26   Aug-21-05 01:35 PM   #21 
  - If we are honest with ourselves, we will see this very attitude mirrored  Totally Committed   Aug-21-05 01:49 PM   #22 
  - That IS the Neocon stance, after all.  Lindacooks   Aug-21-05 01:54 PM   #23 
  - You actually ask two different questions here  dsc   Aug-21-05 01:59 PM   #24 
  - Women's rights are human rights  KT2000   Aug-21-05 02:53 PM   #25 
  - You are the FIRST PERSON to say that...and thank you for saying it.  KoKo01   Aug-21-05 06:24 PM   #26 
  - Did anyone think with half a brain think that this would not happen?  Neshanic   Aug-21-05 07:30 PM   #27 
  - That's like saying counting votes accurately,  agincourt   Aug-22-05 12:20 AM   #30 
  - Sure, while there at it why not legalize slavery there too.  cindyw   Aug-22-05 01:05 AM   #31 
 

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