How to win a fight with the GOP’s war on women

GOP leaders are launching a new war on reproductive rights, accusing Democrats of trying to use abortion to divide and rule.

The effort is part of a larger effort by GOP lawmakers to attack the party’s female leadership, which is grappling with a growing list of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Republican senators and congressmen.

While Republicans are trying to force a “war on women” on the party, they are also attempting to use the issue to attack women in Congress, which holds the gavel.

“Democrats are trying their best to paint Republicans as the party of abortion,” said Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., a vocal supporter of abortion rights.

Democrats are attempting to portray Republicans as anti-women, and so they’re attacking us.

It’s really a battle between our party and the Democrats.

They’re trying to paint us as the anti-woman party.

Democrats aren’t trying to put a face on anything.

They’ve just been doing the same thing for the last 15 years.

Democrats want to use this as a wedge issue to divide the party.

They are trying every strategy they can think of to try to divide our party.

Republicans are just trying to take a step back and just focus on what we do best.

Democrats believe the GOP has a history of trying a lot of things, including attacking women, that has led to this.

They believe the same tactics will be used to try and divide our Republican Party.

The Senate has passed a bill that would require doctors to perform abortions and would require abortion clinics to meet minimum standards.

Republicans say the bill is needed to protect women’s health, but they have vowed to block the measure in the House.

“We don’t think it’s necessary.

It is not necessary,” said Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R, N.H. “It’s a matter of medical ethics.

If it’s not necessary, we’ll have the women’s bill.

And we’re going to do everything we can to ensure it is.”

The Republican-led House is expected to vote on the bill by the end of the week.

Democrats say the measure is a threat to women’s rights and that the GOP wants to take away women’s access to abortion.

Democrats also accuse Republicans of trying the same tactic against former President Barack Obama.

They’ve been pushing to have a women’s vote on impeachment.

I think the same type of strategy will be tried against our president.

Democrats have accused the GOP of trying “to divide and conquer” Republicans.

The Senate bill has a provision that allows for a majority vote in the Senate if Republicans refuse to support the measure.

The bill has received bipartisan support from Republicans and women, but has not yet passed the House, where Republicans have a strong majority.

Democrats argue that the House will soon take up the bill, and they want to see if they can convince the Republican-controlled House to approve it.

The House could vote on it as early as Wednesday.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has urged her members to back the bill.

“If you think that this is the time for us to stand up and defend women’s reproductive rights and defend the right to choose, you’re wrong,” Pelosi said.

“If we don’t, we’re just going to lose the vote, we know that.”

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D, Md., called the Senate bill a “victory for women.”

“It is not a victory for women,” Hoyer said.

It was not the only Senate bill Democrats backed this week.

Republicans have used similar tactics to try, unsuccessfully, to defund Planned Parenthood.

The GOP-led Senate has already passed a measure that would prevent the government from funding abortion.

The measure has been referred to the Senate Rules Committee for a vote.

The GOP-controlled Senate has a 50-49 majority in the chamber.

Democrats control 52 seats and hold the majority in both chambers.

Democrats say the GOP is using the issue of women’s healthcare to try a political stunt.

“This is about putting a face to what is going on.

We’re not going to get to a place where the majority is not divided.

That’s not how democracy works,” said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D., N.Y. “We’re going from being in the minority to being the majority.

The people of this country want change.”

Democrats say Republicans are not listening to the concerns of the American people.

Republicans have said they are not interested in a debate about whether women should have access to health care.

Republicans are targeting women and women’s families as the biggest target.

“The Republican Party is trying to divide us,” said Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D.-Minn.

“They’re trying their hardest to put us on the defensive.”

Democrats are targeting Republicans for not supporting women’s causes.

“Republicans are not going after women and their families.

They want to take our healthcare away,” said Pelosi.

Democrats claim Republicans are doing the exact

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