First, Eva Longoria doesn't know jack about the history of Mexico and thinks because she plays a slutty housewife on a stupid comedy, people won't think she's stupid. (didn't work)
Now another liberal leftist loon from LoonyTown voices her not-asked for opinions.
She claims she wants to speak to women who need flex time to go have their reproductive issues taken care of and one reason she claims they need that time, is "because they already have small childen".
Can I just tell you something? If you don't know how you got pregnant with "those small children" and Judd thinks you need to be educated by going to a "technical or vocational school", you shouldn't become a number in one of the 360,000 abortions a year Planned Parenthood performs. You should get a tubal ligation at Planned Parenthood and THAT I wouldn't mind paying for. Because if you don't know how a woman becomes pregnant, you're too stupid to be a parent.
Before women can educate themselves in reproductive issues, they should first educate themselves in how a woman's reproductive system works. It's called sex education and they should have learned it in school
Oh, and Judd pledges to assist in Obama's re-election in any way she can. Twenty years ago it might have sounded like a proposition, but botox, plastic surgery and dying your hair 10 different colors, just ain't sweetening the deal. Besides, they have all the side action they need in Colombia. YIKES!
From the airhead...I mean article:
Actress Ashley Judd came out against Republicans with fists flying this week. In addition to defending Planned Parenthood against recent attacks, Judd told â€œMeet the Pressâ€ anchor David Gregory that Republicans are â€œdoing really dumb things about womenâ€™s reproductive health.â€ Additionally, she reiterated her support for President Barack Obama and pledged to assist his re-election campaign in whatever way possible.
â€œWhen you try to close down Planned Parenthood, itâ€™s an access issue. And itâ€™s particularly an access issue for poor women,â€ Judd said. â€œAnd poor women who need flexible times during which they can go to the clinic, because they already have small children, because they have difficulty getting time off of work, or theyâ€™re trying to improve their education by going to a technical or vocational school.â€
These are the women, the actress claims,that Planned Parenthood serves. Judd went on to lament the â€œcrazily exaggerated and amplified conversationâ€ that Republicans lead surrounding the controversial organization.