AZ GOP women keep getting it right

An abundance of Conservative riches

Earlier today, we covered Arizona State Sen. Lori Klein — a Republican with moxie. Klein ably represents Legislative District 6.

The state legislature enjoys a wealth of bright, stunning, conservative women. Today we are also treated to the lovely logic of Kimberly Yee, a member of the AZ House representing Legislative District 10.

Read her well-reasoned My Turn article, which must have made the eyes of the editors sting at the left-leaning daily newspaper as she made her first-rate points while taking well-deserved shots at their odious columnist E. J. Montini.

4 Responses to AZ GOP women keep getting it right

  1. Sgt. Preston says:

    Kimberly Yee is one sharp woman. When Congressman Trent Franks briefly considered mounting a challenge to Jeff the Flake for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Jon Kyl, I was hoping Rep.Yee would run for the congressional seat. She’d win it in a heartbeat, regardless of who else entered that race.

  2. Sally Forth says:

    Here’s some good news right in line with what Rep. Yee wrote about in her My Turn commentary:
    New Hampshire Planned Parenthoods May Close After De-Funding

    http://www.lifenews.com/2011/07/08/new-hampshire-planned-parenthoods-may-close-after-de-funding/

  3. garvan says:

    I remember the co-called “Republican Revolution” of 1994, when the GOP took both the house and the senate. The conservative freshman Republicans were quickly neutered by “old guard” hacks Newt Gingrich and Trent Lott. The conservative freshmen caved in to the Washington establishment’s business as usual.
    In 2010 we got a new crop of freshmen conservatives, especially in the House. But they did NOT cave in to the “old guard” hacks, including John Boehner. In fact, they appear to be bringing him around.
    What’s the biggest difference between the ’94 freshmen and the 2010 freshmen? Answer: the strongest members of the ’10 group are largely WOMEN. The same in many state legislatures.
    I think there’s a lesson here: Women, who have to endure the rigors of such things as childbirth and rearing children are frankly TOUGHER than men, and less inclined to compromise away principles.
    I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if we ended up with a woman president in 2012. (No, my wife didn’t write this, but she’d certainly agree.)

  4. LD20 PC says:

    What a great retort to that idiot Montini. I hope Rep. Yee will continue to show us the leadership and class she has shown this year as she served in the legislature. I agree with Preston, she’s a up and coming leader who does what she says unlike certain flakes out there…