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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Wendy Davis hates children

  Certainly I might be extrapolating a bit with that headline but, to quote a famous politician, what difference does it make, considering that Wendy Davis herself, the latest Leftist to run for office, extrapolated a great deal in her so-called biography, which Hoosierman discusses here.
  The Harvard trained lawyer claimed she's learning her "language needs to be tighter" when she lies; apparently she missed that course at Harvard.
  Wendy Davis, if you'll recall, strapped on a urine catheter and stood for 11 hours filibustering in front of the Texas Senate to try to maintain late term abortions.
  Now, I know y'all know what a late term abortion is, but the details of it are particularly gruesome. A late term abortion, which most Americans agree is a pretty hideous and unacceptable procedure, allows the doctor and "mother" to actually kill the child/fetus from 20 weeks.
  The left wing Politifact claims she doesn't actually believe in late term abortions but Breitbart notes that Politifact cites what it wants to support its "facts":
PolitiFact even points out that in 2009 and 2011, Davis voted "against state legislation requiring women to get sonograms before having an abortion." And twice, including the bill she infamously filibustered, Davis voted against bans on late-term abortions.
The loophole Davis jumps through is the ole' "health of the mother" ploy -- and despite her voting record, PolitiFact is happy to greases that loophole.
  Pile the whole late term abortion support on top of the fact that Wendy Davis chose to give her two children, one of whom had a different father, to her second husband because it wasn't a "good time for [her] right now," and you see the picture of a woman who really doesn't have much of an affinity for children.
  Putting aside the devotion of a man who paid her college bills, raised her first daughter as his own, it's hard to conceive the "love" of a "mother" who has now pulled those daughters out of her handbag to put them on display for her campaign for governor.
  Oh, there's no doubt she's an attractive female; it's just that once you get past the surface, it's hard to see any human other than an utterly opportunistic selfish one.
  Then there's the whole "Stand with Wendy" campaign in response to her opponent's paraplegic condition and repeated comments that he hasn't "walked in [her] shoes," in addition to Project Veritas's explosive video of her campaign workers making fun of Abbott because he's in a wheelchair.
  It appears now that campaign mantra is no political malapropism but rather a plan to discredit Abbott because he "isn't good looking"and is "in a wheelchair."
Staff are seen on camera making statements such as “Since he's in a wheelchair and most the slogans are "Stand with Wendy" and "Stand with Texas Women", isn't that amazing to think of? He's in a wheelchair and we want to stand with Wendy?”
  Watching that video is excruciating, particularly listening to the laughter about Abbott being unappealing because he's handicapped.
  Desperate Davis has moved on to promising an expansion of gun rights in Texas, now claiming her "origins" story is off limits for anymore questions. Yeah, that'll do it. Snap. All the lies are gone! Learned from the best, it seems.
  And, oh, there's that little problem of her claiming in court that she has mental health problems. 
  And that her husband (who had custody of her two children, one of whom was biologically another man's) had to get a restraining order on her.
  Apparently it's not a big deal to Leftists when lawyers lie in court. Our legal system doesn't mean much anymore, since we have a DOJ that persecutes and prosecutes citizens who disagree with their politics.
  Why the interest in Davis, you might ask? Who cares about an obscure candidate running for office in one of the largest states in the country? Because Leftists are trying to turn Texas blue.
  So, yeah.
  Wendy Davis hates children. 
  It's pretty obvious...from her biography.

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