NY Times Totally Worried About GOP Pushing Away Women On Abortion

It goes to show that Democrats think that women are only concerned with abortion, and are simply an interest group to be coddled and patronized

Fear That Debate Could Hurt G.O.P. in Women’s Eyes

After Senator Marco Rubio of Florida insisted at the Republican presidential debate that rape and incest victims should carry pregnancies to term, aides to Hillary Rodham Clinton could barely contain their delight at his unyielding stance, rushing to tell reporters at her headquarters that those remarks would hurt Mr. Rubio with female voters.

When Donald J. Trump chose on Friday to stand by his slights against women during the debate, saying the Fox News journalist Megyn Kelly “behaved very badly” as a moderator — and then promoting a Twitter message calling her a “bimbo” — feminists were not the only ones outraged: the chairwoman of the New Hampshire Republican Party accused Mr. Trump of chauvinism.

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OK, so, one Republican. A few others felt Trump was simply being a jerk (such as Red State’s Erick Erickson). Democrats, though, think women are hothouse flowers in need of protection by the big strong men in Government

And in response to multiple male candidates saying they would shut down the federal government over financing for Planned Parenthood, the Democratic National Committee emailed talking points to allies within an hour saying that among the losers at the debate were “American women, who were attacked at every turn.”

In other words, they are vastly concerned that women might have to go elsewhere to get abortions, and that citizen tax money funneled to PP won’t be funneled back to the Democratic Party.

Here’s a big money quote

Democrats were gleeful at the tone of the debate, already imagining future campaign advertisements featuring debate cutaways with Mr. Rubio saying that future Americans will “call us barbarians for murdering millions of babies.”

Read that again. And a third time. Democrats are gleeful over the possibility of running ads against a candidate who is taking a stance against the murder of babies. That’s the moral state of the Democratic Party.

Much of the rest of the article is all about abortion, and Republicans who stand against it. Here’s a cute bit near the end, a complete misread of the undercard debate

When Rick Perry was answering a question about Iran, he said that he would prefer to have “Carly Fiorina over there doing our negotiation than John Kerry,” apparently an insinuation that she would be subordinate to a president.

It was not the first time Ms. Fiorina has been the subject of that kind of backhanded compliment. When asked what woman should be on the $10 bill at a candidates’ forum on Monday, Rick Santorum answered, “Carly is a pretty good choice.”

Did the two male writers of the article, Patrick Healy and Jeremy W. Peters, actually watch the debate? Or, at least, read the transcript? Because, in context, it was a big compliment from Perry to Carly! (since Jeb is going by Jeb!, why can’t we have it as Carly!, because she’s awesome).

As for Santorum, the two writers completely failed, because he said she would be a great choice on the $20 bill, not the $10 bill, due to her great success. Such is the deep research from the NY Times.

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