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Democrat Doesn’t Think Men Should Have a Say on Abortion… Watch Her Get SCHOOLED Big Time!


During a fairly heated exchange on the House floor, Senator Barbara Boxer told a Republican colleague that she’d rather not hear his opinions on abortion and pregnancy because he’s a man. She was then schooled by that same colleague, Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma, in one ten-word sentence.

Boxer and Lankford were debating the subject of using federal money to continue to fund Planned Parenthood abortion mills in light of the horrific videos which have surfaced recently.

Lankford relayed a story of a friend who had given birth to a premature baby that was now happy and healthy.

Boxer didn’t want to hear it, saying she’d rather “work with you (Lankford) on transportation” because she doesn’t “like lectures by men” on pregnancy.

Lankford quickly quipped that “I’m a dad of two daughters, I had something to do with the birth as well.”

Watch the exchange below…

Via BizPac Review:

The exchange, as seen in the CSPAN video, occurred as Lankford told the story of a friend who had a premature baby that now, one year later, is healthy and doing well. Boxer, apparently, could not sit silent for some man daring to tell her about abortion.

“I’d really rather work with you on transportation,” Boxer said dismissively, “You know, I gave birth to two premature kids and I just don’t like lectures by men about what it’s like. And thank God, they made it. I’m pro-choice, and I just have to say using pregnancy as a political football doesn’t sit well with the people I represent and the people of this country.”

Lankford shot back, getting in the face of Democrats who believe abortion only involves a woman.

“I’m a dad of two daughters,” Lankford retorted. “I had something to do with the birth as well.”

Comment: What did you think of Boxer’s condescending tone toward a man about pregnancy, and what did you think of Lankford’s response?




  1. Natalie says:

    A womans body….a womans choice…..women were chastised in years gone by for children out of wed lock….back alley abortions were dangerous to the woman….and today….look at the amount of money being paid for children, whose fathers aren’t paying their child support. Back then a child born out of wedlock was a bastard and carried this with him throughout his life…the man was virtually exempt. is it much different now…….

  2. Amy says:

    I know this will not be a popular opinion AND I never thought I would see the day when I would have a similar view as Barbara boxer, but I KIND of agree as a matter of policy. I realize this is a hot topic and I am in agreement that the planned parenthood videoed were abhorrent and have never thought abortion should be used except in extenuating circumstances (certainly not as birth control.)

    I have a different opinion if the man is the father in a case where a woman is considering abortion but ultimately, I have some issues with men making general policies and statements about a situation that COUKD NEVER happen to them.

    I don’t know a woman who has not been late on her period and started worrying, counting days, thinking “what would I do?”. Most of the time it is for nothing, but this is just not something a man can relate to. And when men start trying to push policy that bans abortion in any circumstance it does rub me the wrong wAy.

    It is easy to condemn and pass judgement on a situation that can only be a hypothetical to you. impregnating a woman is nowhere close to being comparable with being pregnant.

    One of the things I thought was interesting about the PP videos (and yes, they bothered me tremendously) but in the 5th video, the nurse said that many of their patients were sexual assault victims. I am glad that women that have the ultimate violation take place have a full array of options to deal with any consequences of such an attack. Same thing for women who have an a ectopic pregnancy. Now, what they are doing with regards to fetal tissue is another story…

  3. Jimmy says:

    Sen, Boxer doesn’t care about a man’s opinion about pregnancy.
    Well she must have a “wam bam thank you Sir” attitude when she got pregnant.
    If she doesn’t value a man’s opinion about pregnancy maybe she should have sex with a political football lol

  4. Rich says:

    Libtards are their own special kind of stupid. So Barbara Boxer, what conversations should we exclude women from? Maybe housewives or women in general, should be excluded from discussions on finance?

  5. Cherie says:

    Ms. Boxer, since you do not want to hear from your male college, let me address you as a woman, though I am not a member of Congress. This is not the first issue wherein you have shown your ignorance and your lack of diplomacy. Think what you want, vote how you please and wrap it with a pretty bow as being the will of your constituents and in this case – women at large. I am a woman that has never had children, so I suspect you do not want to hear from me as well as how could I possibly instruct/advise you, the all wise and knowing, on the merits/demerits of Planned Parenthood. Not all that you purport is truth, so get over yourself and recognize that you postulate and politic just as much if not more as your female and male colleagues. If it were otherwise, you would appear to be a common sense, rational, clear-headed representative of the people. Instead – you come across as a pissed of woman who doesn’t want to hear from a man on this subject, frankly any subject. Grow up Ms. Boxer! Do your job!

    1. Cherie says:

      colleague not college

  6. rob says:

    What i really sad, is the the moronic folks voting in California have re-elected this old bag over and over again despite the fact she’s done NOTHING but stir up Sh*t. Feinstein is a thief on the level of Hillary Clinton and this old shriveled up Broad blames all of life’s ills on either George Bush specifically or Men in general. You really want to know whats wrong with this country you old bag? Take a long look in the mirror.

  7. Thomas says:

    Just like All dems, she doesn’t Want to Debate…she just wants to shut the other side Down! So STUPID!

  8. Margaret says:

    LANKFORD had just the right touch. Boxer comes across as the obnoxious cranky old woman she is. Really depressing to know she’s a senator.

    1. Ms says:

      Saving grace, Ma’am Boxer isn’t running again.