Wednesday, June 26, 2013

How Perry can call Wendy Davis' Bluff

Last night, during her filibuster, Wendy Davis made all sorts of references to women's health; for example:
This is a war on women's health in this state," Davis said.  "Partisanship and ambition are not unusual in a state capitol...(but) right here, in Texas, right now, it has risen to a level of profound irresponsibility and the raw abuse of power.  The actions intended by our state's leaders hurt Texas.  They hurt Texas women and families.
Blah x3.

With another special session likely, Cahnman's Musings has a proposal to those who want to talk about some so-called war on women.

During the General Session, Rep. Bill Zedler (R - Tarrant County) filed a bill that would ban Sharia law in the state of Texas. If the Democrats want to advance this war on women BS, we ought to highlight their perversity.  Governor Perry can add the Sharia law ban to the call for the next special session.

(Author's Note: Zedler's bill would also protect Texas from various U.N. Shenanigans.)

You want to talk war on Women?!?  Fine, let's talk war on Women.

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