DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (Fla.) is known for shooting her mouth off and for fuzzy moments on the unconstitutional insurance purchase mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act/ObamaCare. But the gung-ho Democrat has gone off the deep end lately by lashing out at Republicans as anti-women and even politicizing the Ten Commandments, according to The Daily Caller.
The anti-women theme will be a useful tool to Democrats in 2012, but it actually opens a door for Republicans. I can’t think of any political party that is more anti-women and anti-family than the current Democrats in power.
I wrote a column in April about the progressive attack on women and families. From healthcare to utility bills to grocery prices, Democrats have made life harder and more expensive for every one of us. In Pelosi right about the war on women…, I explain my position. I invite you to read that column.
Democrats have not passed a budget in more than two years, yet they continue to spend record amounts of money. If you believe government spending has no impact on you, you are likely incapable of sound reasoning.
I don’t plan to back down from speaking out about this, by the way. Schultz might be glad to hijack the Ten Commandments for political gain and it’s her right to express her beliefs.
It’s also our right to fight political fire with fire, and I can think of a number of commandments her party has trampled on in addition to shredding the US Constitution. Current Democrats in power are not only anti-women, they’re anti-American family.
Perhaps this sounds partisan to some. I'd say Schultz is rabidly partisan and turnabout is fair play.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/May 28, 2011)