Jan 16, 2014 by

wendy davis abortion“Does Wendy Davis Reflect Our Texas Values?”

by Donna Garner



Does Wendy Davis reflect our Texas values?  Does Wendy Davis’ life portray the type of person we want to be our Texas Governor?  Would she be a good role model for our children and grandchildren?  Naturally the liberal media is “in love” with Wendy; and the Dallas Morning News and other media sources have become her own private campaign machine.  According to their steady diatribe, Wendy Davis can do no wrong!

However, the facts are the facts. Here is what I have been able to find out about Wendy Davis:

She lived in Ft. Worth in the early 70’s where her father’s good job paid for the family’s expenses; but at age 11, her parents divorced.  Child support payments dried up, and Wendy got a job waiting tables.  When she was a junior, she moved in with her boyfriend, got pregnant with Amber, graduated from high school, had a hasty marriage, got divorced, moved back in with her mother, and met Jeffry Davis who was a lawyer and former Ft. Worth city councilman. They had a daughter together named Dru.  Because Wendy’s new husband had money, she was able to graduate from TCU and go to Harvard Law School.

In 2003, Wendy Davis’s marriage with Jeffry fell apart; and he filed for divorce.  Jeffrey got the primary care of Dru, and Wendy agreed to pay child support.

In one of her first lawsuits, she sued the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram because she blamed them that she lost her race for the Ft. Worth City Council.  Her nefarious suit was later dismissed on free speech grounds. It is easy to see why Wendy Davis is not very popular in her own hometown and Senate district. 

In fact, most political pundits believe that if Davis had decided to run for re-election to her Senate seat, she would have lost; and that is probably why she decided to direct national attention to herself through the filibuster. She thought she could mount a national campaign of lefties to help her win the Texas Governorship.   



To further answer the question, “Does Wendy Davis Reflect Our Texas Values?” please read David Walls’ entire article from 10.11.13:



To conduct her filibuster, Wendy Davis coordinated it with Planned Parenthood, NARAL, Occupy, the International Socialist Organization, and other pro-abortion organizations that were bussed in to the Texas Capitol and to form a mob.

Wendy Davis wanted late-term abortions after 5 months when babies can feel pain. 

She wanted anyone and everyone to be able to take the abortion drug RU486 and/or to have abortions no matter where they live even if trained doctors with sanitary hospital facilities are not within 30 miles.  

In 2009 and 2011, Wendy Davis opposed the popular and life-saving Sonogram Law and advocated for our tax dollars to fund Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion mill in the country.

Wendy Davis is a long-time supporter of special rights for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders. Among these special rights include removing the words “mother” and “father” from birth certificates.

Davis has undermined Texas’ abstinence approach to sex education and wants minor girls to be given contraceptives without parental consent.

Wendy Davis is a big supporter of Obama and ObamaCare and voted for the costly expansion of Medicaid in Texas which, if passed, would have left Texas holding the bag in three years when the federal government bows out and leaves the states to pay 100% of the Medicaid/ObamaCare costs.

Davis also supported legislation that would have silenced and intimidated non-profits by forcing them to reveal their donors while at the same time exempting labor unions from having to follow that requirement.


1.15.14 – “Greg Abbott Starts 2014 with Big Cash Edge over Wendy Davis” – by Jonathan Tilove, Austin American-Statesman



Greg Abbott has a 3-in-1 cash advantage over Wendy Davis; both are running for Texas Governor.  Over the last half of 2014, Greg Abbott got 97% of his donations from Texans and raised $11.6 million for his campaign. When 2014 started, he had $27 million in the bank and had spent $5.4 million.   


Democrat Wendy Davis got one large campaign donation from one person — $1 M from Austin Democrat and retired doctor Carolyn Oliver (who supported far-leftist Democrat Bill White when he ran for Texas Governor). 


Davis has received large donations from Planned Parenthood, Emily’s List, American Federation of Teachers, Mostyn Law Firm (Democrat donors), far-leftist Barbara Streisand, and lesbian Martina Navratilova.


Using her “claim to fame” which was her filibuster in the Texas Senate to try to make sure that babies are killed and/or suffer in the womb, Wendy Davis has held fundraisers from some of the most liberal groups all over this country.  She has been heavily criticized for raising this money largely from out-of-state donors.  Undoubtedly to counteract this criticism, the Texas Victory Committee, which is teamed up with Battleground Texas to turn Texas into a Democrat state, did not have its fundraising amounts posted with the Texas Ethics Commission last night; therefore, out-of-state donations given through Texas Victory Committee are not reflected in Davis’ totals.  


To read the entire 1.15.14 Austin American-Statesman article, please go to:–




Please read “Wendy Davis’ $$$$$$$$$$$$$ Education Plan” – by Donna Garner — 1.10.14 —




Donna Garner

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