And that’s how you desperately try to save a meme. Remove your side of the aisle from exclusive culpability and bash the other side for not being lucky enough to have the “D” after their names which earns the free pass, then talk about it on TV:
I'll be on Fox News at 1:30pm talking about ongoing GOP war against women
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) August 2, 2013
Kohn was reminded that if there is any “war on women,” it doesn’t come from the side she wants everybody to believe it does:
Others weighed in:
Filner. Clinton. Spitzer. Weiner. Kennedy. RT @sallykohn I'll be on Fox News at 1:30pm talking about ongoing GOP war against women
— Melissa Clouthier (@MelissaTweets) August 2, 2013
@sallykohn lol, its repubs fault that Obama pays women less,lol,your song and dance is dated. Keep it up, you wont be takin seriouly either.
— NoObamanomics (@spmcmlln) August 2, 2013
Weiner & Filner are in the GOP???? RT @sallykohn: I'll be on Fox News at 1:30pm talking about ongoing GOP war against women
— Mary Chastain (@mchastain81) August 2, 2013
Weiner, Spitzer, Filner… never mind! RT @sallykohn I'll be on Fox News at 1:30pm talking about ongoing GOP war against women
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 2, 2013
Yes, but according to Kohn, pols like Weiner, Filner and the rest aren’t waging a “war on women” because those politicians support the right to abortions which currently claim the lives of hundreds of thousands of females per year in the United States. We know — we can’t figure it out either.