Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Wendy Davis Rolling Snowball

We can't keep up!

This pro-abortion Democrat (I repeat myself) is running for governor of Texas.

She epitomizes the Democrat Party in her incompetence, vacuousness, selfishness, petiness and on and on and on.  She is the face of the Democrat Party.

Here are links because we don't have the energy to keep up with her spectacular implosion.  We'll return to add more links...

The core article, written by a liberal at Dallas News: As Wendy Davis touts life story in race for governor, key facts blurred.

Legal Insurrection's review of the Dallas News article:  Uh oh, Wendy Davis' life story not what it seems.
Will it matter? A misleading personal narrative didn’t hurt Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts and doesn’t hurt her among progressives because they don’t care any more than they cared about Bill Clinton abusing his power over a young female intern to elicit sexual favors.

But Texas isn’t Massachusetts, and the Texas electorate doesn’t sleep with copies of The Nation and Mother Jones under their pillows.
 Breitbart - The Conversation: Wendy Davis Feminism: Stand By Your Man Until the Bills are Paid.
Wendy Davis is continuing in the footsteps of "great" feminist leaders who climbed up the political ladder on the backs of the men who supported them financially.
I Own The World: About that Wendy Davis - 'Does she even LISTEN to herself?'.

They link to Twitchy: #WendyDavisStruggles.

PJ Media reports Wendy is now going pro-gun to get her momentum back: Reeling Wendy Davis Grasps for Guns, Tells AP that Her Origins Story is now Off-Limits.


WSJ's James Taranto:
The details of the Davises' marriage and divorce would be a purely private matter were they not so sharply at variance with the up-from-the-bootstraps tale she has been spinning. "My story of struggle and sacrifice is not unique," she tweeted defiantly yesterday. "it is the story of millions of Texas women."

That's an example of feminism's false promise. As it turns out, for Wendy Davis marriage really was the answer to poverty. But even in Texas, there aren't millions of Jeff Davises to go around.

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