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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Debbie Brown
Watching Paula Deen's cooking show was a weekend ritual for Marilynne Wilson, who says she's furious at the Food Network for dumping the comfort-food queen after she acknowledged using racial slurs in the past.
Colorado Republican women called on Democrats to denounce state Rep. Joe Salazar's remarks about rape and guns, but instead he received a vote of confidence.
Colorado's Debbie Brown, a savvy former Republican campaign operative, made it her mission in 2012 to disarm the biggest guns in the Democrats' "war on women" strategy.
After sweeping Colorado voters off their feet en route to a rousing victory in 2008, President Obama is suddenly finding those same voters playing hard to get.
Wilson's friend Debbie Brown said the Food Network is "basically convicting" Deen.
"Speaker Ferrandino's defense of Rep. Joe Salazar's extreme comments about women's inability to act rationally when they feel threatened is offensive to women everywhere," said Mrs. Brown. "Colorado's women deserve better than a House Speaker who doubles down on offensive comments and a representative who undermines women's ability to protect themselves from danger."