On 9/11, Democratic Campaign Groups Either Tweet War On Women Haikus Or Forget Altogether

Matt Vespa
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Posted: Sep 11, 2014 3:45 PM
On 9/11, Democratic Campaign Groups Either Tweet War On Women Haikus Or Forget Altogether

Today, our thoughts and prayers go out to the 2,977 victims and their families. While the nation pauses to remember those we have lost, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), the Democratic Governors Association (DGA), and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) seems to have forgotten that it’s the thirteenth anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack on American soil.

The DSCC has nothing about it. The DCCC is tweeting “War on Women” haikus–and the DGA is mostly retweeting poll numbers.

To make optics look even worse, the DNC, the White House, and even DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz have paused to give their respects on this solemn day. If Ms. Schultz can take a moment and not accuse Gov. Walker’s policies of “grabbing” women “by that hair,” then the campaign arm for the Democratic Party can do the same.