Monday, July 2, 2012
When Democrat women try to speak for all women, I simply have to shake my head. The idea that a woman is supposed to be a Democrat is as insulting as the idea that a black person is supposed to be a Democrat. Frankly, liberal policies don't serve women or blacks well--as they don't serve the country well. Any philosophy that encourages out of control spending, discourages faith and family, and funds the destruction of life is a detriment to any segment of society. So when I read this piece purporting that women cannot vote Republican, again, I shake my head. Eva Longoria is apparently confused.
Via Big Hollywood:
Eva Longoria, a national co-chair of President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, can't imagine why a woman would pull the lever for a Republican.
“I don’t think it’s a hard choice if you’re a woman,” said Longoria during an Obama campaign event in Colorado over the weekend, according to The Denver Post. “We have to get out there and tell (others) ‘If you’re a woman, there is no way you can vote Republican.’”
Suzie Terrell who co-chairs She-PAC, a group that supports conservative women running for elected office and whose clout is increasing, could not disagree more with Longoria.
Terrell told Breitbart News that “Longoria is off the mark” and her “comments underscore the desperate, unfounded remarks the Democrats have to make because they have nothing of substance to offer women.”
“Women will decide this election, and they are smart enough and concerned enough to know that future generations are at risk because of the failed policies of the Obama administration: healthcare policy that adds to debt, joblessness that adds to debt, foreign policy that scares our allies, and overall disrespect for the constitution of our country,” Terrell said. “To assure a better future, women must vote Republican.”
Read the full article here.