On Tuesday, California’s Carly Fiorina won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, beating Tom Campbell and Chuck Devore. The breast cancer survivor will go head-to-head with Democrat Barbara “don’t call me ma’am” Boxer in November.
Nevada’s Sharron Angle (pictured) won the Republican nomination, and will face Democrat Harry Reid. She sounds like my kind of pro-life woman. Check it out:
“Angle is an anti-tax crusader and an uncompromising conservative. She favors abolishing the Departments of Education and Energy, phasing out Social Security and Medicare, and removing the United States from the United Nations.”
Wow. What’s not to love?
Tea Party-endorsed Nikki Haley, from my home state South Carolina, received a majority of the votes in the primary for the governor’s race, but will face a run-off.
Feminists are usually liberals, but one would think these strong female candidates would merit some praise. After all, if feminism is “the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men,” don’t these women qualify, even if they’re conservative?
What disqualifies these ladies from feminist adulation is their stance on unborn life: they want to protect it, not destroy it. And feminists don’t dig that.
Also see Palin’s ‘Mama Grizzlies’ Bite Back.
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