Kevin McCullough

Or how 'bout that Sarah Palin lady? Wasn't she drawing crowds as big as Obama's by the end of the campaign in 2008, and don't her book sales dwarf the current President's? There's an accomplished woman in Colorado Springs named Esther Fleece who undertook that Focus On The Family's outreach to people under the age of thirty in 2010, she also knows more about sports than most guys.

Of course that slacker Dr. Condoleeza Rice didn't set the bar very high--speaks several languages, brilliantly trained concert pianist, served as the both National Security Advisor and Secretary of State, not to mention provost in higher education and understands the NFL better than you do.

There's Lila Rose who has given undercover investigation--a whole new meaning--in becoming the tip of the spear in the efforts to defund tax-payers from the clutches of Planned Parenthood.

Or how 'bout someone on par with Schultz, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. A woman who has her law doctorate, and was a practicing tax litigation attorney handling mounds of both criminal and civil cases. She raised five children of biological relation and adopted 23 foster kids. She successfully runs a small business that operates a facility for the mentally challenged and she and her husband have met that fifty-person-plus payroll faithfully. She's been re-elected on the state and federal level multiple times, sits on the committees that oversee spending and security, and oh yeah--might just run for President.

The list could be extended at some length, but a simple question for Rep. Schultz, "Where is your proof that the GOP is at war with these ladies?" Because while I'm not 100% certain, I'm fairly sure none of them embrace your ideas of equality for women--a world without men, where butchery of your own children is praised, immoral liberties are encouraged, and the idea of nurturing one's children is the equivalent to dropping a nuclear bomb.

Oh I know that they don't like certain things that you deem really important--like forcing all tax-payers to participate in elective abortions through the redistribution of the monies we earn to Planned Parenthood--who then in turn give you gobs of it to get re-elected each year. Still I don't really find you very convincing.

Sure there is much to be gained by the left attempting to convince women that the GOP--through reducing the size of government--is out to "injure" women. But in order for that rhetorical ploy to be of any effect said women who are voting would have to be magnanimously ignorant of the facts. Which must be the kind of women that Democrats want voting for them.

Idea: Schultz should just wear a sandwich board with "Everybody Stupid Follow Me" printed on it.

The truth is women by the boatloads are waking up to the realities and rewards of personal responsibility. When they see the job they can do for themselves as opposed to "needing" Sugar Daddy Uncle Sam to do it for them, they prefer independence.

If the GOP is at war with women, then this campaign is the most secretive effort ever put underway in the history of political strategy and the aforementioned ladies are all idiots.

But what kind of woman would you rather your daughter grow up to be, Debbie Wasserman Schultz or Dr. Michele Bachmann?

Wow... didn't that choice just become crystal clear!