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According to the World Economic Forum's annual report on gender
rights--pay close attention to some actual fact Susie--Saudi Arabia is "one of the worst countries for women." Go figure sweetheart, some kook organization such as the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, tells us Saudi Arabia is "one of the worst countries for women,"and
you tell us.....
"The notion that this
is an all male place
is a joke"--Susan Rice
Who are we to believe, honey???? An important organization like the World Economic Forum,
or sweet, little old pampered YOU???
Here's the facts, toots! According to the Washington Post, "each Saudi woman has a "male guardian," typically their father or
brother or husband, who has the same sort of legal power over her that a
parent has over a child. She needs his formal permission to travel,
work, go to school or get medical treatment. She's also dependent on him
for everything: money, housing, and, because the driving ban means she
needs a driver to go anywhere, even the ability to go to the store or
visit a friend." *
the honesty of an important person such as you Susie, but you and the
truth seem to have a very distant relationship!
Does this ring a bell, cup cake?
"politically-motivated misinformation about the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi"
"Piers Morgan wrapped his three-year CNN run tonight with (gasp!) a full hour of discussion about the missing plane. But in his four-minute final remarks, he couldn’t resist taking a parting shot at the NRA." Keep reading: