Wendy Davis feels that she was demeaned by Governor Rick Perry. What she fails to grasp is that by publicly portraying herself as an advocate for butchering infants, even if Governor Perry wanted to belittle her, he couldn’t possibly do any more damage to her than she has already done to herself. WHAT reputation did he tarnish? She no longer has a reputation that would be admired by anyone that values human life. Ms. Davis must not understand that if you do not actually possess something in the first place, it’s impossible for it to be damaged. Of course, that’s par for the course when you are a liberal.
Originally posted on CNN Political Ticker:
(CNN) - Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis, who rose to national fame this week after her 13-hour filibuster in the state legislature, said she was not angry with the deeply personal criticism leveled against her by Republican Gov. Rick Perry, but said his comments were “symptomatic” of his perspective on women’s issues.
“I didn’t have an angry response to it on behalf of myself,” she said Friday on CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.” “I think it just demonstrated the typical attitude that Governor Perry has expressed toward the issue. He’s demeaned the high office that he holds by saying things like that.”