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'Obama's Campaign Slop to Women'
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'Barack Obama is buying votes. The Paycheck Fairness Act (PFA) is a blatant sop thrown to a voting block on which his next presidency may depend: women, specifically, liberal women. Obama also hopes it will weaken Mitt Romney, who is trying to woo women himself and, yet, cannot endorse the PFA without alienating conservatives.
The PFA (HR 1519) seeks to amend the Equal Pay Act (EPA) of 1963 and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938, to which the EPA itself was an amendment. The goal is to strengthen protections and sanctions against the currently illegal business practice of paying unequal wages to men and women who do substantially comparable work.
The PFA is profoundly anti-business.
It is also anti-male. For example, the PFA authorizes the awarding of grants to organizations in order for them to teach females how to negotiate better salaries and other compensation. Women's competitors in the job market are men. Tax money, including taxes paid by men, will be used to advantage one sex over the other in the job market.
But the foregoing objections only scratch the surface. The PFA is a violation of individual rights; it is based on false assumptions; it rests on discredited statistics that come from advocacy research; it is special-interest legislation; it will harm women as well as all workers; and it places a crippling burden on businesses at a time when so many are sinking into bankruptcy or closure.'
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