Have these people no shame? For the first night of their unconventional convention, they went very conventional in that they seemed to have stolen the schedule from last week’s Republic convention
first second first day which pretty much has set the convention for conventions since we had our convention first this year. Right down to having the First Lady playing the part of the future first lady, they decided to continue their faux-ray into the fake war on women by patronizing the women they have convinced somehow that they are better for women. Sure, women make up more than half of the democratic base (so much for diversity I guess) and politicians need to speak to the base is the conventional wisdom. Well, 90% of GOP voters are white but you couldn’t tell that from the first night of the RNC. In fact, for most of the RNC, the views of the base was hardly mentioned or showcased. That’s called confidence. Confidence that it doesn’t have to be about us. In fact, the GOP are so confident they want to make sure that the election isn’t about them at all.
But lets talk about how the DNC is treating women like they are second class citizens who don’t deserve to live out their dreams of marriage, family, and motherhood. They want women to work so they will have more income to tax while the GOP knows that motherhood is a job that when done correctly and by the correct gender is far more rewarding than anything a woman is given the opportunity to do in work force. Yes, let set women for a life of misery, the Democrats seem to be doing, by trying to legislate their paycheck. The GOP believes that what a women chooses to earn should be her business and her boss’s business alone. Plus, these paychecks that the Democrats are trying to force women to take are just another way to get them out of the house and not taking care of the children they would be having if they weren’t trapped in a high paying job with guaranteed advancement.
And what about those jobs? Tammy Duckworth, whom the Democrats see as the central character in a tale of courage and resilience, is more a tale of the tragedy that happens to a woman when they aren’t allowed to not serve in the military and be the mother and wife they should be. Don’t get me wrong. Tammy Duckworth is a hero to many people, especially to her opponent Joe Walsh who has commented on her military service more than a few times. She deserves our respect and appreciation. She also deserves to be treated like a woman should be treated and not treated like a man. As does all women.
You’re welcome, Ladies.