Congratulations, woman. I am woman, too, and I vote. In every election - local or national. And I'm assuming by the candidate your other bumper sticker was endorsing that my vote cancels out your vote.
Are you implying that if I don't vote for your party or their ideals that I am less than a woman? That seems like name-calling, attacking another woman. That doesn't seem like a very liberated thing to do. For someone who claims to be pro-choice, you don't seem to like my choices of protecting life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
See I'm a miscarriage survivor. I have known no other heartache like that loss, and honey, I've had some pretty big heartache in my life. I know that baby, even at just nine weeks gestation, had a life and a soul. And no man or woman can convince me otherwise.
You know what else? My firstborn was born 10 1/2 weeks early. Under the people you vote for, I could have killed him if he hadn't decided to arrive ahead of schedule. He was just over three pounds and was 16 1/2 inches long. He was skin and bones - looked like an alien-ish old man. He is three years old now, and he is a funny, smart, beautiful little boy. And you want me to believe that he wasn't a human with some rights at that point had he stayed in my uterus just a little longer?
But here's the thing, woman.
My hoo-ha doesn't determine how I vote or who I vote for. My brain and my conscience do.
I vote for more than just free birth control pills, and I even vote for "more" than just the life/reproductive issues stuff.
I vote for religious freedom for all, not just select groups.
I vote for the government to get out of the way as much as possible so that small businesses and big businesses can create jobs for people.
I vote for things that will allow private organizations and charities to do the work they were intended to do, rather than burdening the tax payer with it all.
I vote for parent accountability just as much as teacher accountability - and believe me I know both need it.
Believe it or not, I vote for things that will allow people to do pretty much what they want to do as long as they aren't hurting others (that's my libertarian side).
I vote for government accountability and term limits and balanced budgets and stopping spending because I want a great country for my boys to inherit.
I vote for people who want to keep me safe rather than play the popularity game on late night tv.
You see, fellow female, I am WOMAN, and I VOTE, TOO!