PhotOH! and VIDEO quickie: This is how they rally for women's rights in Texas, y’all.


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This is how you put on a women's rights rally, y'all. In your face, Rick Perry, who, by the way, hears voices. Correction: He only hears some voices. Apparently, new Democratic superstar State Senator Wendy Davis and her supporters got under his skin, because he popped out with this little nugget:

“The question is are you going to let a small group of people take over the process, an unruly mob, to keep from democracy from occurring.”

Too late, Ricky, it's occurring in spite of you:

Here's an amazing aerial shot of the crowd. [via mcorcoran]:

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Natalie Maines from The Dixie Chicks performed [via PPact]. Take that, Bushies:

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And finally, this is one message that resonates with me [vía Dan Solomon]...

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... because it reminds me of this:

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And we have the wonderful Wendy Davis to thank for getting the ball rolling. #StandWithWendy

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"It shouldn't be unusual for a public official to stand and fight for the men and women who elected them."

That quote is from a clip just played on MSNBC of Wendy Davis at the rally.

All (except the last two) courtesy of The Frisky, where there’s more. Check 'em out.

H/t: My pal @Anomaly100 at FreakOutNation.