Thursday, August 15, 2013

Move Over Kermit

Well lo and behold, after the drubbing of abortion by coverage of the grisly Gosnell trial it seems that the leftists are in a rush to find a new face to clean up their belief in murder on demand.

Fortunately for them the recent controversy over reasonable restrictions to abortion in Texas has generated a new, more media friendly face.
Brought to you by Anna Wintours vehicle for spewing liberal ideology, Vogue magazine.

Wendy Davis in heels and in Vogue
State Sen. Wendy Davis is getting the Vogue treatment.
The magazine’s upcoming September issue, known for being chock-full of fall fashion, features a glowing profile and a glamorous picture of Davis, a Democratic lawmaker from Fort Worth, Texas, who may be mounting a bid for governor. The piece offers a revealing look at Davis’s personal journey: how a struggling single mother went on to graduate from Harvard Law School and become a leading figure in the state’s Democratic politics, and recently garnering national attention.~snip~

Basically a puff piece celebrating a woman's refusal to allow even the most basic protections for women and the unborn.
No doubt on the outside Wendy Davis is a very attractive woman and the media of course jumped all over this in order to get the image of Gosnell and his horrific crimes out of the consciousness of the public and put what abortion is all about far behind an attractive woman who advocates the woman's "right" to choose to kill her baby right up to birth.
But never mind that, look new shoes!!!

I really don't understand why the liberal/commie media believes they can manipulate womens attitudes on these issues by throwing fashion at them. Do they really believe that the female mind is so easily manipulated that all it takes is a makeover and a glamour shot to get them to forget all about an issue?

Who is really waging a war on women?


Third News said...

I guess Vogue is fresh out of dictator’s wives to feature

systolic said...

I'm not a reader of Vogue so I wasn't aware of that story.
Seems to me that they pretty much got a lock on embarrassing articles though.