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Saturday, July 30, 2011

First ladies of politics weigh in on debt ceiling issue

St. Louis (KSDK) - In St. Louis Saturday, conservatives gathered at the Smart Girl Conservative Women's Conference.

Among them, the woman many believe is the first lady of American Conservatism, Eagle Forum Founder Phyllis Schlafly.  Schlafly agreed these are unique times we are living in.

"Indeed they are," she said.  "Of course we know Obama went into office telling Joe the Plumber he wanted to spread the wealth.  And so 'spread the wealth' is tax people more and transfer it to people who are not paying taxes.  I think the grass roots are fed up with that, and they really want major cuts in spending."
Schlafly addressed the debt ceiling issue specifically.

"I think we ought to stick with the Constitution," said Schlafly, "which says all revenue bills should originate in the House."

Read more at KSDK.com


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These women are having their first glimpse of the first lady advantage, a sudden national even international visibility, status, and scrutiny a woman receives from being part of a winning U.S. presidential campaign team.

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In the sprint to the campaign finish, Michelle Obama toured to visit the military families, trying to understand the issues affecting them. In spite of her opposition to the war, she brought some recognition to lives often ignored amidst the controversies of war.

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