The Republican “War on Women” isn’t over and if liberals have their way, it never will be.

Newly announced presidential candidate Rand Paul appeared on the Today Show yesterday morning and had the nerve to push back when Savannah Guthrie put words in his mouth.

Nick Gass of Politico:

Rand Paul clashes with Savannah Guthrie over changing views

Sen. Rand Paul clashed with “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie over her line of questioning during an interview Wednesday morning, criticizing her for editorializing over perceived changes in his political views since his election to the Senate.

“You have had views on foreign policy in the past that were somewhat unorthodox, but you seem to have changed over the years,” Guthrie told the Kentucky Republican, who was appearing via satellite from Nashua, New Hampshire. “You once said Iran was not a threat, now you say it is. You once proposed ending foreign aid to Israel, now you support it, at least for the time being, and you once offered to drastically cut … defense spending.”

Paul attempted to speak as Guthrie continued.

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz, who once referred to conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham as a “right wing slut” is just beside himself over all this misogyny:

Hat tip to Michelle Malkin:

This is how the story begins but it doesn’t end there.

Behold the creation of a narrative.

The Washington Post: Rand Paul’s problem with female interviewers just cropped up again

Salon: “No no no no no no no no: Listen!” He-man Rand Paul lectures a lady — again

News Busters: Chuck Todd and Andrea Mitchell Scold Rand Paul Following Today Show Interview

Perez Hilton: RUDE! Presidential Hopeful Sen. Rand Paul Lectures Female Interviewer… Again!!

Republicans have to start treating members of the press like Democratic opponents.

Because they are.

Back in February, Professor Jacobson proposed Three Questions All Democrats Must Answer.

Ace of Spades has a few new ones.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for our totally unbiased media to ask them.

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