Obama’s war on women: or, you’re more than just your snatch and uterus, dearies.
If you’ll pardon my paraphrase.
In the end, I guess it comes down to this: how much has the establishment feminist message of broad victimization and the demonization of Republicans as backwards godbotherers who hate them some women — whether it be their oppressed wives, controlled daughters, neglected mothers and grandmothers, or detestable sisters — become not only an established “truth,” but one that, in terms of a hierarchy of women’s voting motivators, is paramount.
Because I have to say, it would be sad to see women reduced to the wielders of perpetual grievance and victimhood — which is of course only a tool for leftist political power — use such a mirage of “empowerment” to make their electoral choices.
At which point, Amanda Marcotte becomes a kind of spokeswoman for populist femininity.
— Which would be akin to elevating Steve Erkel to the Presidency.
Oh, wait —
(h/t Ryan Gill)