HEY PELOSI: A Real Woman Has Some Suggestions for Your “Agenda”

Because the current administration has demonstrated their overwhelming competency in almost every area of leadership —

No, wait.  Sorry, that should say “lack of”.

A real live woman has put forward some suggestions to help you out.  Jedidiah Bila has saved you the trouble of putting together a workable plan (that doesn’t seem to be your strong suit) and has given you a few broad-stroke starting points to get you started.

Here are a few of them:

1) Repeal ObamaCare. Female business owners around the country would be eternally grateful (as would young females who don’t want to be told they have to have health insurance or pay a fine, and those of us who don’t want overstuffed bureaucracy getting between us and our doctors). Also, we like the idea of keeping our doctors. (As it turns out, Nancy, the bill you passed in order to find out what was in it might not let us do that.)

2) Protect babies from abortion. Those unborn babies, many of them female, deserve the chance to become great artists, talented musicians, company CEOs, or president of the United States, right?

3) Keep those taxes low. We hard-working ladies like to keep our hard-earned cash. Some of us are saving for an apartment, others for a kid’s college fund. (Those low taxes go for businesses too. High-powered female CEOs hire people like me, and we wouldn’t want a big tax burden to discourage them.)

4) Get rid of that overregulation. We women like to hold on to our jobs, so let’s keep businesses wanting to be in our neighborhoods. Otherwise we’ll have to move (from places like California, but I digress).

The list continues here: breitbart.com

Wes Walker

About the author, Wes Walker: Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up Clashdaily.com since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck View all articles by Wes Walker

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