MEMO: The Latest In The War On Women: What MSNBC Missed
FROM: RNC Communications Director Sean Spicer
TO: Interested Parties
RE: The Latest In The War On Women: What MSNBC Missed
You might have missed this story amid coverage of Obamacare’s failures and Democrats blocking GOP efforts to keep student loan rates low, but here’s the latest news on Democrats’ War on Women—details you certainly won’t hear on MSNBC:
Democrats won’t be promoting San Diego Mayor Bob Filner to the rank of General in their contrived War on Women. Numerous allegations of sexual harassment have made him the latest Democrat leader to throw a wrench in the party’s “war” strategy.
But while party leaders are visibly frustrated, Democrat operatives say Filner shouldn’t be discouraged. Even the most disgraced anti-women men in the party that claims to be pro-women eventually reemerge as top recruits in a matter of years. Just look to New York City, they say. Anthony Weiner, the ex-congressman who tweeted himself out of office, revealed his new electoral ambitions and emerged as a leading candidate in the New York Democratic mayoral primary. Then disgraced ex-governor-turned-john Eliot Spitzer decided he too would solicit New Yorkers for their forgiveness and votes.
Before Democrats attempt another false attack in the War on Women, maybe they should consider cleaning up their own ranks first.