It is real. Bloody, savage, waged without remorse.
Sandra Fluke would tell you that the “War on Women” consists of not receiving free birth control from a Roman Catholic institution of higher learning. Barbara Boxer would tell you that Pro-Life groups and not Kermit Gosnell are the problem.
Kirstie Gillinbrand believes the “War on Women” is being waged by male service members and misogynist commanders, and is willing to dispense with anything resembling objective justice to punish the accused. (With the backing of the Commander in Chief, it would seem.)
Hillary Clinton, who, on the day an Ambassador was murdered by Islamist extremists told us that free speech should not be used to disparage someone’s religion (Crucifix in a jar of urine notwithstanding), wanted to make “Women’s Rights” a cornerstone of US foreign policy.
But the War on Women rages on. Honor killings continue, even in this country. Schools blown up, acid thrown in the faces of the innocent, mutilations. Unspeakable violence and oppression against women, perpetrated by the very same Islamist ideology that has vowed to destroy America. Yet these above-mentioned women and those of their ilk remain strangely silent on the subject of the ghastly and terrible existence women endure in the lands controlled by these cowardly and ignorant brutes. The silence in the mainstream media, usually the trumpeter of all things feminist, is positively thunderous.
Soon, Nelson Mandela, at 94 and seriously ill, will be eulogized far and wide for being willing to fight not to have his people relegated to second class status. Those same people who will praise him the loudest cannot seem to utter a meaningful sound regarding the brutalizing and virtual enslavement of women and girls in the lands under the thumb of radical Islam. They cannot, in fact, even bring themselves to identify our enemies for what they are, Islamic extremists, for fear of offending.
That they do not is hypocrisy. That they dare not, is cowardice.