Democrats Campaign Issues: and Raising the Minimum Wage
Who pays for women’s birth control, pretending that Obamacare is a success, raising the minimum wage, and their ‘war on women’ narrative is the worn out agenda of the Democrat party. It’s not ISIS, the beheadings of journalists and aid workers, the atrocities being committed against men, women and children, the genocide of Christians and Kurds in the Middle East, it’s not the Immigration crisis with hundreds of thousands of illegal putting a huge burden on our aid programs and schools, it’s not the disaster that is Obamacare, it’s not the healthcare threats of Ebola or the polio-like virus that has caused partial paralysis and death, it’s not about the corrupt IRS investigations and targeting of conservatives or the lack of leadership nationally and internationally of this administration… it’s about birth control and the minimum wage.
Today on FOX News Sunday, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, again drug out that old war on women narrative as campaign narrative against Governor Scott Walker who is in a tight race for re-election in Wisconsin.
In what has to be the TV booking of Sunday’s public affairs shows lineup, “Fox News Sunday” reeled in RNC chairman Reince Priebus and DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz with little more than two weeks until the midterm elections to discuss politics galore.
During the course of the 10 minute segment, the two fought over who’s going to actually win the midterms, the so-called “War on Women” the Democrats have been pushing with little success this year and the current Ebola scare and recent naming of Ron Klain as the new “Ebola Czar.”
On the midterms, the two party heads pushed talking points, both saying their respective party will either take or remain in control of the U.S. Senate.
“The one question voters are going to ask themselves is ‘who has my back,’” Wasserman Schultz said, reeling off reason after reason why that will lead to more Democratic votes.
Priebus slammed that notion, hitting the Florida congresswoman in the process.
“Debbie, you guys are losing everywhere, first of all, and the president hasn’t had anybody’s back. He hasn’t even had your back,” he said, referring to a September Politico piece quoting multiple Obama and DNC officials lambasting the chairwoman for her performance.
Host Chris Wallace asked the pair about the “War on Women,” with Wasserman Schultz continuing her assault on the issue, singling out Scott Walker in particular on the issue.
Wasserman-Schultz also argued Democrats will keep control of the chamber because Republicans have let down Americas by taking away their health care and opposing minimum-wage increases.
“One question voters will ask is: Who has your back?” she said.
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, told Wasserman-Schultz that Obama is “taking the country in the wrong direction and (Democratic) candidates are following him off the plank.”