It is being reported that Wendy Davis and her campaign staff are puzzled that she failed to move Texas women to her side (Star-Telegram, Nov. 7). After all, the cornerstone of her campaign was to empower women in business and health care.
Examining her approach to health care, which includes a right to abortion on demand at any point in the pregnancy, might give a clue as to why she failed to connect with women.
Since the ruling on Roe v Wade, at least 50 percent of babies aborted were female.
How can the deliberate killing of unborn females be considered supportive of women?
Perhaps Texas women looked at Davis’ healthcare plans and questioned what she proposed and supported was really beneficial.
Davis failed to connect with Texas women because are not the mindless people the Democratic Party thinks they are.
— Don Brignac, Arlington