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They think we're "not ladylike" when we challenge them.

They think we "neuter" them when we stand up for our rights.

They even think we shrink their penises with our feminism.

They tell us "Women, you need to wake up" and vote for Mitt Romney.

They "love the fact that there are women out there who don’t have a choice and they must go to work."

And when it comes to the War on Women, they say there is no such thing.

The Republican Party really doesn't like us. They don't want us to have health care. They don't want us to have equal pay for equal work. They don't even want to fund programs to fight domestic violence. Goal Thermometer

They're wrong. They're dead wrong. And this weekend, we're going to make them pay.

This Friday, at 4 PM PT, and on Saturday at 9 AM PT, we'll be hosting a special edition of Hell to Pay for Daily Kos-endorsed women candidates for the House and Senate. And we'll be here all day, making them pay. They started the War on Women, but we're going to win it. And that means sending more, better women to Congress to fight for us.

So bring your favorite anti-woman bills the Republican-controlled House has tried to pass since they took over. Bring your favorite quotes. Bring your favorites offenses. And bring your wallets. Because this week, it's pay back time. And payback? It's one hell of an unladylike, penis-shrinking bitch.

You can get started now by giving $3 to each of our Daily Kos-endorsed women candidates.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Thu Sep 27, 2012 at 04:00 PM PDT.

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