Pavlich: 'Women Sick and Tired of Being Defined By the Pills They Take'
With one week to go until Election Day 2014, some are asking whether the Democrats' "war on women" attack line is still working.
President Obama and Democrats started it in 2012, accusing Republicans of supporting policies that were out of step with female voters.
According to this poll, the parties are running neck and neck among women.
Katie Pavlich, author of Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, believes Democrats have "overplayed their hand."
"I think women are pretty sick and tired of being defined by the pills that they take. I think that's really patronizing," said Pavlich.
She pointed out that in Colorado, Republican Senate candidate Cory Gardner has had success calling out Sen. Mark Udall (D) on the issue of abortion.
Pavlich noted that Udall supports late-term abortions, while a majority of women believe these procedures are "abhorrent."
And she called out DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz for her comment that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) "has given women the back of his hand" with some of his policies.
Andrea Tantaros agreed that it was always a "lame argument" but for some reason it worked in 2012.
She said these "war on women" talking points - like birth control - seem trivial compared to the current issues with ISIS beheadings and the Ebola scare.
Watch the discussion above.