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2016 Postmortem

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CreekDog

(46,192 posts)
Fri Jan 8, 2016, 11:18 PM Jan 2016

On women's rights, do you agree with this statement? [View all]

It is wrong that women working full-time only earn 78 cents for every dollar a man earns.

We have got to move forward and pass the Paycheck Fairness Act into law.


19 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Time expired
I agree with this statement and I support Hillary Clinton for the nomination
7 (37%)
I agree with this statement and I support Bernie Sanders for the nomination
12 (63%)
I agree with this statement and I support Martin O'Malley for the nomination
0 (0%)
I disagree with this statement and I support Hillary Clinton for the nomination
0 (0%)
I disagree with this statement and I support Bernie Sanders for the nomination
0 (0%)
I disagree with this statement and I support Martin O'Malley for the nomination
0 (0%)
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I disagree factually with the statement. Were the statement true, I would agree. JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #1
tell us the error and the correction CreekDog Jan 2016 #5
The statement does not compare workers in equal positions JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #8
if we changed the statement to this, would you agree then? CreekDog Jan 2016 #9
The number is likely close to 7%, and I fully agree with that alternate wording. JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #12
This message was self-deleted by its author CreekDog Jan 2016 #13
so you don't believe inequality exists for comparable work requiring comparable experience? CreekDog Jan 2016 #14
Did I at any point say that? See post 12. I agree with you in principle, but disagree on the facts. JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #15
here's what I don't understand, you voted for Obama, but you can't vote for Hillary in the general? CreekDog Jan 2016 #16
W T F does that have to do with this conversation? JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #17
if it's none of our business who you voted for, why did you tell everyone on DU you voted for Obama? CreekDog Jan 2016 #18
Still have no idea WTF this has to do with the very factual responses I have given you. JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #19
interesting choice of avatar and screen name. CreekDog Jan 2016 #20
LOL! Deflect away! JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #21
Agree with the statements, and I support Martin O'Malley for President. elleng Jan 2016 #2
I like O'Malley a lot CreekDog Jan 2016 #3
Good. elleng Jan 2016 #4
done CreekDog Jan 2016 #6
Thanks elleng Jan 2016 #10
O'Malley doesn't really want to be President. If he did, he wouldn't have let being listed napi21 Jan 2016 #22
I'm still waiting for the ERA to be ratified. unapatriciated Jan 2016 #7
Yep libodem Jan 2016 #11
me too CreekDog Jan 2016 #23
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