Sunday, October 31, 2010

 

WOW: NOW Condemns Gawker's Blatant Slander Against Christine O'Donnell

Via The Good Michelle

From O'Donnell's Facebook page comes the news that the National Organization for Women (NOW) has condemned Gawker's attack on O'Donnell, and further against women in general.
“This story is just another example of the sexism and slander that female candidates are forced to deal with. From Secretary Clinton, to Governor Palin, to soon-to-be Governor Haley, Christine’s political opponents have been willing to engage in appalling and baseless attacks — all with the aim of distracting the press from covering the real issues in this race. Even the National Organization for Women gets it, but Christine’s opponent disturbingly does not. As Chris Coons said on September 16th he would not condone personal attacks against Christine. Classless Coons goons have proven yet again to have no sense of common decency or common sense with their desperate attacks to get another rubber stamp for the Obama-Pelosi-Reid agenda. Such attacks are truly shameful, but they will not distract us from making our case to Delaware voters — and keeping the focus on Chris Coons’ record of higher taxes, increased spending, and as he has done again here, breaking his promises to the voters.”

The National Organization for Women (NOW) on Thursday condemned the tabloid website Gawker for publishing an anonymous account: NOW issued a statement late Thursday stating that “sexist, misogynist attacks against women have no place in the electoral process, regardless of a particular candidate’s political ideology.”

“NOW repudiates Gawker’s decision to run this piece. It operates as public sexual harassment. And like all sexual harassment, it targets not only O’Donnell, but all women contemplating stepping into the public sphere,” said NOW president Terry O’Neill.

Guess it was getting hard to ignore all the leftist misogyny going on whilst they sat back on the porch sippin' their Slurpees. After all, gals: you're the National Organization for Women; not the National Organization for Left Wing Women, or Right Wing Women, or any other "identity" with which you can divide society.

Vote for Christine O'Donnell November 2.

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