The Republican Party has been accused by the Democrats of waging a “war against women.” Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, chairwoman of the DNC, birthed the “war on women” phrase in March of last year when she began accusing the Republicans of the fictitious war. The phrase has been repeated by her so often since then that the major media has picked up her banner and run countless stories supporting her poorly documented theme. Here are my top 10 reasons proving the Democratic fertilization, development and birth of the real war on women – the Democratic “war on women.”
Here are The Top 10 Reasons Proving the Democratic War on Women:
- Reason/Proof #10
Monica Lewinsky was portrayed by the Democrats and the media as “a crazy stalker.” Were it not for the infamous “blue dress” she would have been burned at the stake for her outrageous accusations.
- Reason/Proof #9
Gloria Steinem, feared defender of women’s rights, wrote an Op-ed in the New York Times defending Clinton’s use of the “One Free Grope” Theory. His overtures were considered “boorish” but definitely not sexual harassment.
- Reason/Proof #8
Cathy Young of Reason magazine referred to feminist “so-what” attitudes toward the Clinton gropings as the “death of sexual harassment.”
- Reason/Proof #7
James Carville, referring to Paula Jones, said, “Drag $100 bills through trailer parks and there’s no telling what you’ll find.”
Evan Thomas of Newsweek followed up on Carville’s remark calling Paula Jones “just some sleazy woman with big hair coming out of the trailer parks.”
- Reason/Proof #6
Ted Kennedy’s undying worship by the media despite his abandonment of Mary Joe Kopechne to Martha’s Vineyard waters and his infamous “waitress sandwich” with Chris Dodd which was dismissed by the media as “boyish high jinks.”
- Reason/Proof #5
Hilary Rosen’s calloused declaration that Ann Romney “never worked a day in her life.”
- Reason/Proof #4
Christina Romer, who used to lead the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, said that Larry Summers and others made her feel “like a piece of meat,” while working in the White House’s hostile environment for women.
- Reason/Proof #3
Former White House Communications Director, Anita Dunn, reportedly called the Obama White House “a genuinely hostile workplace to women.”
- Reason/Proof #2
Women working in the Obama White House are paid 18% less than men in comparable positions: $71,000 average for men and $60,000 average for women.
And the #1 Reason/Proof of the Democratic “war on women” is:
92% of those who have lost their jobs since Obama took office are women. Betsey Stevenson, former chief economist for the Department of Labor under Obama, said that women have absorbed 76% of the net decline in government jobs.
“The recovery,” according to Stevenson, “has not been particularly good for women.”
These facts will never be reported between now and November by the major media. Many of the stories linked to in this list were buried long ago and required extensive digging to find them on the Internet. What we will continue to see and hear from the “lapdog” press is the mindless yelping of the Wasserman-Schultz cry from her “trashy” fiction.
The “War on Women” was birthed by the Democrats in the Clinton years. It continues unabated to this day, particularly illustrated by items 1 through 5. Women, who manage most household budgets today, cannot miss the huge uptick in food, clothing, gasoline and utility expenses since Mr. Obama has taken office. The war on the household budget adds an appropriate epilogue to the disturbing documentary of the historical Democratic “war on women.”
“Truth: the most deadly weapon ever discovered by humanity. Capable of destroying entire perceptual sets, cultures, and realities. Outlawed by all governments everywhere. Possession is normally punishable by death.”
– John Gilmore
The major media chooses not to carry it because,
“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”
It’s up to the Republican Party now to write the history of the real “war on women.” These Top 10 Reasons Proving the Democratic War on Women are only a brief outline for what could become a Pulitzer Prize winning historical novel. I hope we have a Republican writer up to the important task of correcting the blather of Ms. Wasserman-Schultz and the fiction coming from Obama’s major media pets.