Wednesday, July 11, 2012

A Proud Day In History For WI Republicans

On this day in 1921 Wisconsin Governor, John Blaine signed into law the nation's first women's equal rights legislation.

Blaine and fellow Republicans were credited by Mrs. Frank Putnam of the National Women's party with helping to push the votes over the top in their favor.

My, how far we have come in the Republican party since then.

Just imagine these progressive Republicans confusion and dismay at our own Republican Governor who repealed a pay equity law just a few weeks back.

Perhaps it is time for a new Women's party ladies...