What to do about suburban moms?
The GOP lost suburban women by 19 points in the midterms.
It was well-to-do suburban moms who gave Democrats the House.
Should Republicans shame them as the Left does?
Should Republicans pander to them with the “Hi, my name is Dan. I’m a Republican and I apologize,” approach they’ve been using.
How about eliminating their unique designation.
Political messaging needs to be a succinct with a point.
Here’s mine for suburban moms: other than the special role you have in raising your children, you are not special.
You’re supposed to be a civilizing influence.
Instead you’ve thrown in with the mob pounding on Tucker Carlson’s front door while his wife was locked in her kitchen pantry waiting for police to arrive.
I’m not impressed with your B.A. in Ancient Civilizations from Vassar.
You don’t care about good schools or public safety any more than I do.
You’re not doing any more of Corporal Works of Mercy than I am.
Adhering to Economics 101 axioms doesn’t make me a misogynist.
And I’m not responsible for the man you chose to marry.
Here’s my value proposition for you and every other man and woman, whatever their race, religion, age, education and household income: separate bathrooms and equal protection under the law.
Take it or leave it.