Wednesday, January 30, 2013

We Gotta Get You A Woman

Jean Lloyd-Jones, a Democratic former state senator from Iowa City and Maggie Tinsman, a Republican former state senator from Bettendorf are co-founders of 50-50 in 2020.

These two issued a press release urging both Republicans and Democrats to nominate women from their parties to fill vacancies that may open up in Congress, such as the seat currently occupied by CommieTommie Harkin.

In the release were 10 potential Iowa candidates: Des Moines attorney Roxanne Conlin, a Democrat; Iowa Economic Development Director Debi Durham, a Republican; Des Moines City Councilwoman Chris Hensley, a Republican; Iowa Senate President Pam Jochum, a Democrat; former Lt. Gov. Patty Judge, a Democrat; former U.S. Ambassador Mary Kramer, a Republican; former Lt Gov. Sally Pederson, a Democrat; current Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, a Republican; Iowa House Majority Leader Linda Upmeyer, a Republican; and former Iowa First Lady Christie Vilsack, a Democrat.

Jean Lloyd-Jones said in the statement, “Since Iowa is one of four states which has never elected a woman to Congress, this seems like a good opportunity to rid ourselves of that dubious distinction.” 

Dubious are some of the ladies on your list and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Rozanne, err Taxanne Conlin is already a two time loser, Patty Judge folded early in the 2006 Dummycrat Governor primary and then teamed up with the Big Lug Nut, Chris Hensley can't get elected Mayor of Des Moines and Christie Vilsack just got her hat handed to her by Steve King.

Step outside in some arctic temperatures and chill.

The goal should be electing qualified women, not just quota women.


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