2010: The Year of the Republican Woman

Thursday, 21 Oct 2010 09:51 AM

By Andrea Tantaros

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For years, Democrats have patted themselves on the back for being the self-appointed party of women. While Republican women have watched enviously, over the years the left has elected more women to Congress, marketed them skillfully in glossy magazines by using a complacent and willing network of women's media, and has been able to galvanize support from liberal women by relying on organizations like EMILY's List, which recruits female Democratic candidates who support abortion.

In 2010, that's changing. If you haven't read the headline now sending shivers down every feminist's back, here it is: 2010 is the year of the Republican woman.

Currently, there are an astounding 57 Republican women seeking governorships and congressional slots. This should be great news for women everywhere, regardless of political affiliation. Instead, it has only provoked feminists on the left to lose their cool.


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