Skip to comments.Democrats' war on women continues
Posted on 12/28/2012 8:26:03 AM PST by Perseverando
Exclusive: Joseph Farah warns females to watch politicians' behavior, not their rhetoric
The winning theme for Democrats and their Big Media friends was that Republicans were waging a war on women.
They fear-mongered themselves into power by falsely accusing the GOP of wanting to deny women birth control.
They went ballistic when Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin made his unfortunate slip of the tongue about legitimate rape.
They seized on every opportunity to portray Republicans as misogynist creeps.
And it worked.
But, once again, the evidence continues to mount that if anyone is actually practicing a war on women, it is the Democrats.
The latest example is the son of re-elected Rep. James Moran, who pleaded guilty two weeks ago to battering his girlfriend, smashing her head into a metal trash can outside a Washington bar earlier this month, leaving her with a skull fracture and broken nose.
You might recall WNDs exclusive report about Patrick Moran, who was then serving as his fathers campaign field director just weeks before the election when James OKeefes Project Veritas caught him on video explaining how to commit voter fraud without getting caught.
Patrick Moran was forced by the video exposé to resign from his fathers campaign. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is currently investigating his actions at the direction of the states Board of Elections.
This kind of anti-women behavior is hardly an isolated incident for Democrats.
In fact, its part of a pattern of behavior that has been on vivid display for the entire nation since Bill Clinton was president.
But Democrats are permitted by the media to skate on the physical abuse of women, while Republicans are punished for slips of the tongue.
Just think about it.
There was Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Sally Perdue
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Chanda Levy, Mary Jo Kopechne.
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