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Liberals push the war on women myth and play victim card

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The Congressional Black Caucus with women from the House and Nancy Pelosi to the far right in white.

Photo by Joseph Earnest


by Joseph Earnest  November 20, 2012  


Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.As Senator Dianne Feinstein continues her investigation on the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens, liberals are pushing the narrative that Republicans are waging a war on women, because Senator John McCain believes Susan Rice gave misleading and conflicting statements about the death of Chris Stevens.


The victim card was first played by Obama who said last week, "If Senator McCain and Senator Graham want to go after somebody, they should go after me. But to go after the UN Ambassador who had nothing to do with Benghazi?"


Having set the stage, Black liberal women followed in Obama's footsteps, with Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis leading the pack who said, "To batter this woman because they don't feel they have the ability to batter President Obama is something we the women are not going to stand by and watch. Their feckless and reckless speculation is unworthy of their offices as senators."

"It is a shame that anytime something goes wrong, they pick on women and minorities," Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, the next chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, told journalists at a news conference on Capitol Hill.

On Monday USA Today wrote an article asserting:

"While the two Republican senators might prevail in keeping Rice from becoming secretary of State -- either by forestalling her nomination or blocking a Senate confirmation vote -- their opposition to her almost certainly will be seen by many others as proof of a GOP war on women. And that will cost Republicans dearly at the polls. A dozen female members of the House of Representatives drove home that point when they held a news conference to accuse McCain and Graham of being sexist and racist in their attack on Rice, who is black."

To refresh the memory of liberals who are playing the sexist and race card, where were they in 2005 when Condoleeza Rice's reputation was being impugned by liberals over a war in Iraq she had nothing to do with?  Why did Democrats fight so hard to block the first Black female Secretary of State if they themselves weren't sexist? Does the war on women only pertain to liberal women, but not conservatives?

In a CNN article dated January 5, 2005 Senator Barbara Boxer and Dick Durbin opposed her with Durban saying, "Dr. Condoleezza Rice was in the room, at the table, when decisions were made, and she has to accept responsibility for what she said." (pop-up)

The war on women is a myth invented by liberals. The underlying theme on this imaginary war always has to with sexual connotations, which is evident from the attacks made on women like Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann. Watch below

Video courtesy SHEPAC

 Until liberals start speaking up for the women in places like the Middle East, and Asia who experience antagonism, they will always be viewed as hypocrites who care nothing about women, but are agitators and button-pushers who accuse anyone who opposes them of being anti-Obama, racist or sexist. Add Comments>>









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