Women have come a long way since women’s suffrage and the ratification of the nineteenth amendment in 1920. The emergence of the women’s voice, women’s ingenuity and women’s intellect has been chiseled from the stoic stones of yesterday’s heroines. The evolution of liberty has been an interesting trajectory and the path varied for many Americans. Yet, upon the platform of our founding fathers’ ideas, based on Mosaic Laws and Christian principles, liberty has continued to grow, adapt and advance.
Women, who were once pigeon-holed and restricted by men who had the upper hand in society, are now a challenge in the colleges, a match in the marketplace, and a force with which to be reckoned in the culture. Yet, the prodigy of the suffragettes, who banded together to parade across the Brooklyn Bridge with baby strollers, are now facing a new type of attack. Hysteria versus reason kindled by the liberal, leftist phony war on women.
A perfectly reasonable and rational resistance of the Catholic Church against a government mandate that infringes upon their religious freedom, a basic American tenant, has been hi-jacked by the liberals and twisted into a lie. A radical violation of the First Amendment has taken place and the Obama Administration and the liberals, realizing their mistake, quickly did what they do best – spin. Desperate to win the women’s vote in 2012, they created a fictitious Republican War on Women.
This message has been manipulated, massaged and manufactured through the media. Though it feels like old news, it is not, and it will be the signature song of the Democratic Party.
The irrelevancy and inaccuracy of the Republican War on Women is frightening. The overlay of the real issue is foreboding. The writing is on the wall is foretelling. Look away, while we impede your fundamental bill of rights.
Enter Moveon.org to propagate this phony war on women message. The irony is that Moveon.org was launched during the Clinton Administration to “move away” from Clinton’s misbehavior with women. Are they really looking after the best interest of women?
Now, Moveon.org is pitting women against women in a phony debate. There is no war on women. There is no return to the dark ages. Women are not being denied birth control. This isn’t even a birth control issue. The issue is one of Obama’s political ideology – government intervention – and they are preying on women’s vulnerabilities to achieve their goal.
Moveon.org and the Obama campaign are hoping that women across America can be
fooled by this sham. However, women are smarter than this. Any woman who believes this phony war on women simply wants to perpetuate the lie and wants Obama re-elected – at any cost.
The “move on” tactic, the Republican War on Women, is designed to move attention away from President Obama’s real failings. Obama cannot win with jobs and women. Obama cannot win with the economy and women. Obama cannot win with fuel prices and women. He cannot even win with Obamacare and women and Obama needs women.
Yet, women are smart. Women are intuitive. Women know that they, their husbands and their children are dealing with unemployment. Women know they are choosing between fuel and food.
Women know that Obama has stifled the economy, putting his ideologies above the best interests of the people.
Women know they need electricity. Women know they are curtailed as business owners. Women know the dangers of the devastating debt. Women know that our national security is being compromised. Women know that government run health care will be a disaster, already feeling the impact on veterans.
Women know that Constitutional laws are being violated. Women know their liberty is being threatened. Women know their children face a diminished America if they do not act.
Women are worried. Women know. Women are smart.
Moveon.org move over. Women can always smell a phony. Women are smarter than this.