RON HART: Who really has a 'War on Women'?

Published: Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 17:14 PM.

Mayor “McCheese” Bob Filner (D-Calif.), ex-California Congressman and current San Diego Mayor: He huddled with advisors to see just how little time he would have to pretend to be in sex rehab in order to avoid depositions for sexual harassment. Filner, who looks like the Cleveland Indians mascot, reminds me of a creepy carnival ride owner who traps kids on his Ferris wheel to make them beg and teach them a lesson. Like Weiner, he refuses to resign.  Also like Weiner, he comes from another facility for sexual addictions: Congress.

Then there is DNC front man and former Democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner. He takes the cake on creepy with his narcissistic sexting and sending unsolicited “selfies.”

There are other Democrats, too numerous to make fun of in this column, with similar misogynistic issues. To name just a few: John Edwards, N.Y., Gov. Paterson, N.J., Senator Menendez and the Most Rev. Jesse Jackson, etc.

It is funny that they are all liberal Democrats. It seems the only real, demonstrative, private sector growth they like is in their own privates.

Those who seek political fame seem to be prone to self-destructive, delusional proclivities. They surround themselves with sycophants who reinforce their "righteousness."

The perpetual adulation given to a person who is willing to do anything for power and fame eventually leads to his demise. In the case of Democrats, it is more acute — and prevalent. They proceed under the illusion that they are saving the world and performing heroically for the poor or disaffected, albeit with someone else’s money.

The leftist media seldom hold them to account like they do Republicans, thus the false "War on Women" that has been pinned on the GOP.



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