Rick Perry How DARE you Compliment Wendy Davis’s personal decisions

by Datechguy | June 28th, 2013

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Rick Perry How DARE you Compliment Wendy Davis's personal decisions

Meme­o­ran­dum is all a buzz (I’d say all a twit­ter but these aren’t tweets about the fol­low­ing words by Gov­er­nor Rick Perry about State Sen­a­tor Wendy Davis:

Who are we to say that chil­dren born into the worst of cir­cum­stances can’t grow to live suc­cess­ful lives? In fact, even the woman who fil­i­bus­tered the Sen­ate the other day was born into dif­fi­cult cir­cum­stances. She was the daugh­ter of a sin­gle woman, she was a teenage mother her­self. She man­aged to even­tu­ally grad­u­ate from Har­vard Law School and serve in the Texas sen­ate. It is just unfor­tu­nate that she hasn’t learned from her own exam­ple that every life must be given a chance to real­ize its full poten­tial and that every life matters.

and it pro­duced the fol­low­ing reac­tion from the left.

huh

Rick Perry Attacks Wendy Davis?, Jabs Davis for being a Teen Mom?

Say WHAT?

Far from attack­ing Wendy Davis Perry points out that Davis didn’t let being a daugh­ter of a sin­gle mother, a per­son who started with a dis­ad­van­tage stop her. Nor did she let being a teenage mother her­self stop her from achiev­ing, she man­aged to go to Har­vard, grad­u­ate and progress to the point where she was able to stand in the Texas sen­ate and become an instant Lib­eral Hero.

Perry tells a story of suc­cess of life, of prov­ing that start­ing with a dis­ad­van­tage doesn’t pre­clude a per­son from suc­cess and the fact that she didn’t choose to abort her own child obvi­ously makes a state­ment that she didn’t believe being a teen mother meant her child was doomed to failure.

Perry clearly didn’t hit her for being a teen mother, he instead notes she didn’t learn the les­son that like her child and her­self all life has the same poten­tial and value and hit her polit­i­cal decision.

The MSM and the folks at Think Progress and Huff­in­g­ton Post have an inter­est­ing take on the word “attack”, but it is highly nec­es­sary to twist Perry’s words to falsely state he attacked Davis for being a teen mother. His actual words don’t fit the lib­eral tem­plate so we have to do some­thing about it.

Update: Typo in title fixed

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Memeorandum is all a buzz (I’d say all a twitter but these aren’t tweets about the following words by Governor Rick Perry about State Senator Wendy Davis:

Who are we to say that children born into the worst of circumstances can’t grow to live successful lives? In fact, even the woman who filibustered the Senate the other day was born into difficult circumstances. She was the daughter of a single woman, she was a teenage mother herself. She managed to eventually graduate from Harvard Law School and serve in the Texas senate. It is just unfortunate that she hasn’t learned from her own example that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential and that every life matters.

and it produced the following reaction from the left.

huh

Rick Perry Attacks Wendy Davis?, Jabs Davis for being a Teen Mom?

Say WHAT?

Far from attacking Wendy Davis Perry points out that Davis didn’t let being a daughter of a single mother, a person who started with a disadvantage stop her. Nor did she let being a teenage mother herself stop her from achieving, she managed to go to Harvard, graduate and progress to the point where she was able to stand in the Texas senate and become an instant Liberal Hero.

Perry tells a story of success of life, of proving that starting with a disadvantage doesn’t preclude a person from success and the fact that she didn’t choose to abort her own child obviously makes a statement that she didn’t believe being a teen mother meant her child was doomed to failure.

Perry clearly didn’t hit her for being a teen mother, he instead notes she didn’t learn the lesson that like her child and herself all life has the same potential and value and hit her political decision.

The MSM and the folks at Think Progress and Huffington Post have an interesting take on the word “attack”, but it is highly necessary to twist Perry’s words to falsely state he attacked Davis for being a teen mother. His actual words don’t fit the liberal template so we have to do something about it.

Update: Typo in title fixed

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