Posts Tagged ‘Trump’

She Wants President Hillary, He Wants President Trump, She Wants A Divorce.

Saturday, August 20th, 2016
Kerry Maguire and Tom Stossel, among the many couples whose relationships have frayed during the 2016 election season, at home in Belmont, Mass.

Kerry Maguire and Tom Stossel, among the many couples whose relationships have frayed during the 2016 election season, at home in Belmont, Mass.

Wife wants to vote for Hillary, husband wants to vote for Trump. She demands he vote for Hillary or she will divorce him and move to Canada. If Canadians are truly smarter than Americans, then they would not grant her entry. No serious and devoted wife would ever demand anything from her husband, let alone decide his personal choice for a president. If anything, we at The Stepford Wives Organization believe a wife should ALWAYS vote for who her husband votes for.

Many of the girls in our organization believe that we shouldn’t vote, but that is irresponsible. By voting for who your husband votes for, you are effectively increasing your husband’s voting power by two.

So ladies, always ask your husband who he wants you to vote for, and abide by it come voting day.

 

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FAQ: “What If My Husband Votes For A Different Candidate Than Mine?”

Saturday, March 12th, 2016

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We get this question all the time. Although girls at our organization never tell people how to vote (it’s just not our place to do so), we have always espouse the traditional view that we women are not well-informed enough about current topics and educated enough about politics to vote. That’s why it has never been an issue on how or who we should vote for.

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We leave the decisions up to the head-of-the-household. Critics will say that women in the past have fought for our right to vote. We certainly appreciate that effort, and we fully utilize that right. We exercise the freedom of either choices and we are all. We either stay at home and refrain from voting, OR if additional votes are needed for our husband’s candidate, we vote for who our husband tells us to vote for. He is the head of our household and we follow the head. Our duty as Stepford wives is not to question or inquire, we leave it up to our men to make informed decisions.

So come these primaries, caucuses, and presidential elections, we hope you will do what we do and follow your husband’s lead. Of course, we also hope you will vote for a candidate who is conservative, Christian, and stands for traditional values.