What did it take for women to get “equal seating” in the U.S. House?

No, it wasn’t having Nancy Pelosi become the first female Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Pelosi, via her daughter, wants to pat herself on the back for her “accomplishments” towards equality for women…

[Pelosi] wanted to insert a paragraph on her “accomplishments for equality,” mentioning the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009…

But when it comes to “accomplishments for equality”, women did not get equal access to restrooms in the Capitol under Speaker Pelosi.

It took John Boehner to accomplish that:

Women finally get seats in the House

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One Response to What did it take for women to get “equal seating” in the U.S. House?

  1. Aaron says:

    In the past, it has taken a number of conservative black voices to finally stand up and point out that the Democrat party is not actually in support of equality for all people. Rather, they are in favor of manipulating minority groups and herding them into government dependence in their pursuit of power.

    It takes a conservative speaker to make any real action in support of actual equality as lefties only pay lip-service to the idea while baiting more people with their, “Vote for us and we’ll give you free stuff.” platform. What’s more is that John didn’t bother with press conferences, announcements, speeches or other nonsense on the matter, he just took action and had it done. He treated the change with all the fanfare it deserved, which is none.

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