Wanted: Republican ‘Woman Warriors’ to Fight Against Women’s Rights
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“I am Woman”, released in 1971, expressed the growing passion for female empowerment and strong women who could survive anything. Besides being a chart topper, the song had social significance. It became an anthem for the Women’s Movement.
Monday, at the Chicago Tea Party Tax Day Rally, two women gave powerful truth to power speeches. They were loud, brash, intelligent, articulate and brutally honest. They roared. It wasn’t only what they said, but how they said it that resonated.
The two women Monday, media personality Dana Loesch and Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, caused women and some men, to cheer, hoot, holler, and applaud. They created excitement and electricity.
Republicans do not have enough women like Loesch and Kleefisch. It is the missing link in their messaging.
Unfortunately there are few women in Republican or conservative circles who can pull this off effectively with credibility. There must be women who are willing to step up to the plate, tell their stories, and speak truth to power. The woman must supplement or be surrogates to the elected officials, media personalities, or party officials already out there. [Emphasis added.] They should fire up people and get the message out that the Democrats are the patriarchal party waging war on women.
The GOP needs champions, women who accomplish little things that make big differences every single day. Women who are proud of their life choices. Women do not merely whine or complain. [Emphasis added.]
It is all about choice, so the progressives tell us. Democrats never tell women they can make their own choices. ‘Real choice means real choice’ is what the GOP message must be.
Loesch is familiar to LGF readers. Here’s more about Kleefisch. A tidbit:
6. She is anti-reproductive rights, even in cases of rape, incest, or the mother’s life being in danger.