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'War on women' called divisive 'smoke monster'

While some Democratic Party pollsters are suggesting it’s time to dump the “war on women” rhetoric that helped defeat Mitt Romney in 2012, three conservative women in the media are waging a campaign to bury the term, which they call a “smoke monster – a diversionary tactic used by Democrats and the media to instill fear and distrust.”

“[Saying] ‘Republicans are waging a war on women’ actually doesn’t test very well,” said Democratic pollster Celinda Lake. “Women find it divisive, political – they don’t like it.”

That’s just fine with Hollywood star Morgan Brittany, radio talk-show host Dr. Gina Loudon, who both have worked at Politichicks, and Ann-Marie Murrell, editor-in-chief of Politichicks.com, authors of the new book, “What Women Really Want.”

“The lying feminists are behind the fabled ‘war on women’ theme, projecting their own insecurities and failed ambition aggression on those they see as successful, and happy,” said Loudon, who holds a Ph.D in psychology. “This is classic projection or, put more simply, blaming others for your own failures and problems. Their objectives include trying to keep oppressed groups down; control those who can’t, or won’t, think for themselves; delegitimize (or eliminate) anyone who might expose the truth.”

The eponymous host of “Smart Life with Dr. Gina” continued, noting, “They use a contrived narrative to manipulate those they believe are either too self interested to see the truth, or too weak minded to know. They sell out women for a dangerous, misogynistic movement that they have used to institutionalize their own bigotry in colleges across the country. Then there are the anti-First Amendment fascists who want to make Americans afraid to state simple truths.”

Brittany, a film, television, and stage actress since the age of 6, best known for playing Katherine Wentworth in “Dallas,” wrote this about the “war on women” in “What Women Really Want”:

“So, the leftists in this country want to take away our ammo? Let’s take away theirs! If we can load up our side with more and more amazing women and find one to run for president, they won’t be able to use the ‘war on women’ mantra anymore. Let them trivialize women and only talk about how much the government can do for them. Let them label women as victims because no one wants to pay for their birth control or abortions. Let them whine about how women don’t receive equal opportunity and equal pay. We don’t whine! We don’t look for handouts and entitlements from the government. Let Julia, from Barack Obama’s ‘Life of Julia’ video, be their representative woman. We will take Lady Liberty!”

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Loudon says the “war on women” mantra is really about keeping women voting against their own interests.

“This play (creating crisis, pointing fingers, excusing real crisis) is the No. 1 play in the statist playbook to perpetuate the mythological war on women.”

So what do women really want? According to the authors, the priorities are no surprise, but they are being sold a bill of goods as to how to achieve them:

While the three ladies take umbrage with the “smoke monster” known as the “war on women,” all agree there exists a war being waged on “all-things-conservative.”

Murrell said she, along with Brittany and Loudon, stand, “On the firing line of the War on Conservative Men, Women, and Children (WCWMC).”

These include:

“The only thing the left isn’t discriminatory about is their overall hatred for all right-leaning men, women, and children of every race and ethnicity,” says Murrell. “In this way, the left is very much like Islamic jihadists regarding an infidel: If you lean right, they hate you and want to destroy you simply because you exist.”

The book is getting significant advance praise from conservative icons:

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