If it were not so infuriating the Obama campaign’s accusation that it is Romney who is conducting a war on women, it would be laughable for its abject hypocrisy.
It recently came to light that the women on the Obama White House staff were being paid far less than their male counterparts holding comparable positions. Several high-profile women such as Sheila Roemer resigned and publicly complained about the anti-female atmosphere.
If that were not enough to shame the Obamanaughts into dropping this preposterous war-on-women charge, consider this:
As Benghazi gate unfolds what is becoming more and more clear is that Obama sent his lieutenants, Clinton, Rice, Jay Carney, and others to lie about the nature of the attack, to lie about the fact that it was a spontaneous riot resulting from an insulting video. And now that real-time cables, some containing cries for help, have surfaced along with evidence that overhead drones sent real-time video of the attack right into the White House situation room, the American public is having to process something more sinister and disturbing. What is emerging is the realization that while his Embassy was under siege and while he had helicopter gunships based an hour away in Sigonella Italy, the Commander in Chief chose to do nothing.
And here is the most shocking thing about this deplorable performance of our Commander in Chief. He has directed his Secretary of State, Mrs. Clinton to take responsibility, to take the fall. This is not the mark of true man but rather a coward.
Some war on women.