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.
— 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.
People screaming about ignoring "distractions" are themselves distracted.
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) April 13, 2012
— 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
— Robbie Cooper (@RobbieCooper) April 13, 2012
@mattklewis The high road is another name for the sidelines in politics.
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) April 13, 2012
— Brady Cremeens (@BradyCremeens) April 13, 2012
— 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.