Not sure what all she did during her divorce, but it was awful enough to cause a judge to issue a restraining order against Wendy Davis – yes, THAT Wendy Davis – the Texas Democrat running for Governor who wants every woman to be able to have access to partial-birth abortions.
Reading the details of the court documents below, one gets the feeling that if her last name was Kennedy and she was a man, she’d actually be the perfect Democrat and probably a shoe-in for high office. Hat Tip to our buddy Erick Erickson—
Pretty sure this was the guy that funded her Harvard Education. Looks to me like he didn’t want her going through any more of his funds. It continues below..
#19 – Kinda interesting.. Don’t mess with the life insurance.. Just sayin’
… don’t touch the mail and for god’s sake – keep your paws off the credit cards!!
And the judge felt it necessary to remind her not to use drugs before being around her child..
Ladies and Gentleman: I give you – the Democrat Gubernatorial nominee for the Great State of Texas… Wendy Davis!
Postscript: The daughters of Democratic candidate for Texas governor State Sen. Wendy Davis have written open letters to Texas voters in response questions about their mother’s past. The only reason I include this is because I always find it difficult when children talk about their moms when their moms are so adamantly pro-abortion.
It’s very sweet, but ironic in that people like Wendy Davis and organizations like Planned Parenthood would encourage young mothers like Wendy Davis was to abort children they’re not financially or mentally equipped to have. Children just like the following:
My name is Dru Davis and I am Wendy Davis’s daughter. I hate that I feel the need to write this, but I have been reading and hearing so many untrue things about my mom and I want to set the record straight. And sadly I feel the need to be crystal clear on the malicious and false charge of abandonment as nothing could be further from the truth. My mom has always shared equally in the care and custody of my sister and me.
My mom had my sister at 19 and although she was technically married for a short period of time, she was handling almost everything on her own. She was working 2 jobs regularly and going to school. She met my dad when Amber was still very young. They had an amazing love that I witnessed for many years. Unfortunately, it didn’t last, like so many love stories don’t.
I can tell you that my mom was a remarkable mother and continues to be so to this day.
I’m really glad Wendy Davis decided to have her kids rather than “choose” to end their lives through any kind of abortion. Dru seems like a great kid.