Dan Bongino Powerfully Demolishes the 'War on Women'


I felt that I needed to share this short post recently put out by Maryland congressional candidate Dan Bongino on his Facebook page. The post combines emotion and truth to strike at the heart of the absurdity that is the liberal creation known as the “war on women.”

After a long day of campaigning in the rain I just returned from the grocery store. Diapers are really expensive, as many of you already know.

Why am I telling you about the price of diapers? Because my multimillionaire opponent has spent over $600,000 of his $250,000,000 net worth on television ads attacking me for, get ready for it, a “war on women.”

I’ve tried to let it go, but I won’t any longer. Does this fake know anything about me?…

…This isn’t the first time that Dan Bongino has made a truly fantastic Facebook post. I encourage everyone to scroll through his page and read more of his gems.

Just a small aside for a moment: I believe Dan Bongino is one of the truly honorable men who has run for Congress this cycle…


Read the complete article at RedState.com

Related: Now Obama is Lecturing Stay-at-Home Moms! Says Women staying Home is “Not a Choice We want Americans to Make”


It’s time for Americans to reject the ego-maniacal, far-Left Social Engineer we have in the White House today.

Now Barack Obama thinks it is his place to tell American moms that they have no business leaving the workplace to stay home and take care of their children – “that’s not a choice we want Americans to make.”

That is NONE of Barack Obama’s business. If a mother decides to stay home to take care of her own children, she should be praised for that decision and not made to feel like she has failed.



Update: 11 ways the White House says women, workplaces and families have changed over the decades

In the final days before the midterm elections, the White House is trying to rally women voters behind paid family leave, a minimum wage hike and closing the gender pay gap.

A report by the White House Council of Economic Advisers highlights 11 points on how women, workplaces and families have changed over the decades…



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