From "celebrating" Black History last month to "celebrating" Women's History this month, these fucking assholes, aka Republicans, have alot of nerve pretending to respect two groups of people they've gone out of their way to shit on for time immemorial.
Here's the latest load of crap from the GOP, written by RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day:
Today marks the beginning of Women’s History Month–the annual celebration of women’s countless contributions to society and of those pioneering fighters who broke ground and glass ceilings to secure our equal rights.Isn't that lovely?
Looking back, I’m proud of the Republican Party’s role in securing women’s right to vote, and I am inspired by the work of those strong-willed suffragettes who strengthened our party along the way.
When Susan B. Anthony dared to cast a ballot in 1872–an act for which she was arrested–she proudly voted for the Republican ticket. Then in 1878 she and her fellow suffragettes turned to her friend, Republican Senator A.A. Sargent to introduce the 19 Amendment. Decades passed before the amendment did, but when it finally won the needed votes in 1919, it was thanks to the newly-elected Republican Congress.
Republican women have always been trailblazers —from Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman to be elected to both the House and the Senate, to the nation’s first Latina governor, Susana Martinez of New Mexico and the country’s youngest sitting governor, Nikki Haley of South Carolina.
This Sunday, March 3 also marks the 100 anniversary of the National Woman Suffrage Parade in Washington, DC, when 5,000 women marched up Pennsylvania Avenue. The protest was critical to gaining national attention for the cause, but it was no walk in the park. They were met with jeers, resistance, and overt hostility.
Thanks to their unwavering determination, women not only earned the right to vote but have become entrepreneurs and CEOs, governors and secretaries of state, doctors and engineers. This month there is much to celebrate. But even though America has come a long way from Seneca Falls, there are still women around the world who suffer from oppression and inequity. For their sake, our nation must continue to be a beacon of equality, opportunity, liberty, and democracy. It’s up to women to ensure we do.
Make no mistake: It's not the achievements of women I mock, it's the fucking Republican Party trying to pretend they aren't the ones producing the material for charts like this one by Brainwrap, inspired by the original one by connecticutie:
You know what?
I fucking hate Republicans. I really, really do.
And I really hate hating people. It's an incredibly unpleasant feeling to hate others, but I'm truly at loss to come up with a more appropriate word to describe just how much I detest everything they stand for. Everything they do. Maybe that's exactly what they want people who aren't like them to feel.
Just try to imagine, for one moment, a world without them. Difficult, I know. Things would be so much different. Sometimes I just want to break down and cry thinking about how much better life would be for so many people if the Republican Party didn't exist.
But I won't break down. I'll just continue to get pissed, and do what I can to help rid the country of this Republican disease rotting away everything it comes in contact with.