Did Martha Coakley’s radical feminism cost her the Massachusetts Senate election?

Phyllis Schlafly:

Smarting from their surprise loss in the race to fill the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts, the Democrats are throwing their candidate, Martha Coakley, under the bus. They blame her for running a poor campaign that made losers out of Barack Obama, the Democrats, their bad health care bill, and even Ted Kennedy in his grave.

Many reasons, of course, contributed to Scott Brown’s remarkable victory. However, the chief reason Coakley’s campaign didn’t connect with the voters is that she is a feminist, causing even a liberal female TV commentator to admit she is “unappealing.”

The feminists for years have had a stranglehold over the Democratic Party, enforcing their rule that every Democratic presidential candidate must pledge his fidelity to abortion with taxpayer funding. But abortion is only the first commandment of feminist ideology, and Martha Coakley revealed much, much more, so let’s use her defeat as a teaching moment.

Continue reading The real loser in the Massachusetts election

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