2010: The Year of The Woman

We have come a long way since the days of women’s suffrage; when women had to fight to be heard, to vote. The National Woman Suffrage Association, led by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was formed in 1869 to agitate for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Susan B. Anthony(left) and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (right) these women unknowingly have transformed women in our political system to a whole new level. No longer are we afraid to be silent and remain obedient as women of days gone by. Long past the days of, “I am woman hear me roar.” Women today in 2010 have emerged as viable foes of the once male dominated world of politics. How Anthony and Stanton would feel knowing just how far their suffrage for women to vote has transformed is unimaginable. Not only can we vote but now we are holding political power undreamed of in their era. We have women in power in our states as Governors, Senators and Representatives both on state and the federal levels.
Today with the internet and social sites such as twitter and facebook, todays woman has taken to the air waves to fight the injustices we see in our nation today. One such group active on twitter is called the twisters they are a group of women with a large following that promotes conservative candidates via the internet and supporting them via money bombs for donations. Their purpose

We’re here to walk the Conservative talk

While they are composed of a group of nine [9] there are many women who share their passion and vitality for our country and the direction we are now headed. Conservative women are not only mothers, teachers, nurses..etc…but we are bloggers using our blogs to be the new-age pamphleteers ..using our venues to get a message out to the people much like the days of the first revolution. I am proud to be amongst such great company as the likes of
They can call us “Mama bears” but rest assured we are a force to be reckoned with..Just wait, listen and see…We will impact the political stage come November 2010…Mark my words……

~You haven’t seen anything yet~

h/t #The Twisters

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7 responses to “2010: The Year of The Woman

  1. This nation is not going to know what hit it when November comes, and I for one can hardly wait to see it happen. Not because we’re women – because we’re women on a mission. Our families, friends, and even ourselves are being attacked by this liberal agenda, and we’ve had enough. It has been proven that we cannot trust a man to do the job right, so we’ll send women to show them how it should be done. And it will be done with a skirt and a pair of high heels – not a suit and tie – and certainly not a woman who acts like a man.

    Go twisters! Let’s get ’em!

  2. SmalltalkwithT

    Amen Sister! Women who were property owners were able to vote in the first days of our newborn country until men figured out that women could make a difference in an election and changed laws. We will no longer be silenced and relegated to kitchens, nurseries, or sweat shops. Women are not only stronger emotionally, multitasking between home and work, nurturing and bringing home the bacon, bleeding routinely without dying, but also giving birth to new generations! We will not stand idly by and let Socialism destroy our country, our way of life. We will be out in full force in every election until the last traces of Obama’s hate mongering regime is in jail, in hiding, and in the history books as the first administration that tried their best to destroy the United States of America but couldn’t do it!

    Scorned? No, we’re determined.

  3. WOOHOO! Conservative women rock! The women have been the life blood of the Conservative movement, dedicating untold hours, days, months to volunteering time and energy while still managing family and work. We are Super Women and I am so honored to have met so many amazing women – like ERICA! SMOOCH!

  4. kevrightwinger

    Why is it the women have more of an impact when it comes to politics as do the men? What is Palin now 4 and 0 when it comes to supporting candidates? Perhaps she should be chair of the RNC. I hope your friend above is right that the job will be done right “w/ skirt & high heels” and certainly not w/ a “pantsuit”.

  5. irishgalartist, KY

    I would love to see a Palin Presidency!

  6. This is the first time I have gotten word of your site. As the older generation I will do what I can. I am so happy. You go get em.

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