Townhall’s Columnist, Rachel Alexander, presents the obvious Democrat campaign strategy. The party is “scrambling to raise emotionally-laden issues this year in order to trick voters into supporting Obama’s re-election.”
One particular issue is that infamous, ‘war on women,’ which pops up more often than it really should. There was the attack women’s rights to abortion, health care and even grannies were used to argue, Republicans are at war over women’s rights.
The Republican National Convention should squash any more attempts at painting the party as anti-women, anti-minority and outright racist. If women are paying attention, especially minority women, take note of success that’s not depended upon from men, but from within.
Gov. Nikki Haley, a woman, a minority and a Republican notes, “My audience is America. My audience is everyone,” she said, speaking to HotAir.com in a press scrum Tuesday.” While the Democrats audience is not for anybody, or everybody, it’s refreshing to note, there’s a party of choice that represents America. Not the stupid, or the intellectual challenged.
Mia Love, the current mayor of Saratoga Springs, is running for the U.S.House of Representatives out of Utah. Oh yeah, did we forget to mention that she’s Black. On well, in any case, “she’s facing a tough race against a Democratic incumbent in Utah, but she’s focused on the big issues that affect all Americans and on helping to bring an end to the divisiveness being peddled by President Obama and the Democrats.”
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, another minority woman, who appears to be unaffected by this ‘war on women.’ delivered a speech worthy of uniting women all over the country, but you know what, it won’t.
The Obama campaign and Democrats can’t stand and tell you what they’ve done for you over the past four years. They can’t convince you, you’re doing better now than you were four years ago. They can’t make vain promises, based upon the same promises they made four years ago.
The only options available to them are racism, division and supposedly, a ‘war on women.’ Just maybe, perhaps, the ‘war on women’ is from within, through affiliation and not from the Republican party. Haley, Love and Rice proves this thought without a doubt.