Pundits pushing for end to ‘faux anger’ over Rosen, Twitter says ‘aww, heck no’


There's not a war on women or a war on moms.

— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) April 12, 2012

Matt Lewis of the Daily Caller then followed up with an article calling for an end to the “feigned Republican outrage” over #Rosengate, which he finds too victim-y and distracting. It’s funny how the Sandra Fluke kerfuffle wasn’t too victim-y or distracting; it dragged on for weeks and she is still popping up.

My top concerns about Romney/Rosengate: Victim mentality. Pandering. Identity politics. Feigned outrage. And more! http://t.co/1QPCL9vG

— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) April 13, 2012

Evidently, Matt isn’t alone.

I agree almost entirely with this @mattklewis analysis of Rosenflap: http://t.co/Mp9Hh45H

— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) April 13, 2012

@mattklewis the right's embrace of grievance politics is really something. Labash likened Palin to Sharpton in this sense

— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) April 13, 2012

No. Just, no. The Left does hold women and motherhood in deep disdain. Further, the Left’s For The Women ™ card needs to be revoked and their false narratives need to be killed. Stop caving into their lies in some weird attempt to be oh-so-above it all.

Twitter agrees.

People screaming about ignoring "distractions" are themselves distracted.

— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) April 13, 2012


.@mattklewis hates winning http://t.co/ePkEIPIo

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) April 13, 2012

@mattklewis: Re: your list. Can't get to #7 unless you win. Can't win unless you play the game. Can't play the game by not getting dirty 2.

— Ben Hale (@EYA10) April 13, 2012

Reading @mattklewis this morning, I ask myself, "What would Breitbart do?" Not what Matt is advocating. #PunchingBack

— Robbie Cooper (@RobbieCooper) April 13, 2012

@mattklewis The high road is another name for the sidelines in politics.

— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) April 13, 2012

I must respectfully disagree with @EWErickson and @mattklewis' posts today. I think anything that unifies our side can and should be used.

— Brady Cremeens (@BradyCremeens) April 13, 2012

@mattklewis Make you a deal. We'll lay off Rosen when they lay off Palin. That's fair #never

— S.M (@redsteeze) April 13, 2012

And this says it all.


Exactly. Stop worrying about looking meany pants or not smart, as judged by the Left. Woman up and fight like girls.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/04/13/pundits-pushing-for-end-to-faux-anger-over-rosen-twitter-says-aww-heck-no/

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