Liberals, and liberal feminists are beginning to realize their worst nightmare. For years they have been pushing for more and more women to enter politics and win seats in the House and Senate. Remember 1992, and the “Year of the Woman”? It has been their long, but misguided belief, that if there were just more women in congress then we would not have war, poverty, homelessness, uneducated children, hunger, unemployment, nor any social or cultural problems or any enemies anywhere in the world who would try to do us harm. Long have they been wishing, wishing and wishing for women to take more leadership positions. Well, now their wish has come true. Mia Love, Republican Party candidate in Utah’s 4th Congressional District has won and will be facing a very weak and vulnerable Democrat, Jim Matheson. Will we find anyone on the liberal side that is overjoyed and ecstatic, enough to congratulate Mia? Likely not. Mia is a conservative. And, like liberals did, and still do to, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann, Mia will be raked over the coals, ridiculed, degraded, disowned by her own gender (sex) and made to feel like a second class citizen. Which is ironic, considering any time a Republican or conservative belittles (allegedly) a liberal woman – all that fury scorned coming from Hell is released in a sudden rush by woman claiming sexism and misogyny. Now, when liberals do it, however, to another woman who happens to be a conservative, then somehow that is fair game – and not sexism. We see through that hypocrisy. If Mia wins this November, she will have plenty of conservative support on her side. And – support from both the congressional black caucus and the NAACP. Or – is the NAACP going to throw her under the bus? Conservatives are absolutely supportive of having more women in politics, and we cannot wait for Mia Love to take the oath of office. She will not only make a fine and upstanding legislator, but she will make Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Shultz bite their tongues. And that is something no one else has ever been able to do ever.
- Black female conservative congressional candidate Mia Love: Conventional wisdom says I don’t exist (hotair.com)
- Mia Love gets nomination; Hatch, Liljenquist head to primary (ksl.com)
- Mia B. Love wins Republican nomination in UT04 (legalinsurrection.com)
- Mia Love secures GOP nomination in Utah’s 4th congressional district (twitchy.com)