Wendy Davis' inaccuracies raise suspicion

Editor, the Advocate:

After reading the recent article regarding inaccuracies in the released highlights of Wendy Davis' life, I reacted with increased skepticism of her ability to lead the state of Texas. It is hard to respect or trust someone who renders untrue statements about her "struggle" to attain her current status.

I understand her difficulty in being a divorced mother trying to work, study and raise a child at the same time. But, then she married someone who financed two years of college and her attendance at Harvard Law School. She had support both financially and personally, including her husband's care of her two daughters during her absence. And upon her second divorce, she lost custody of her daughters.

How does this information illustrate an example of living the life of a good woman and a loving mother who would be a good governor? This reveals a self-centered person who will present additional inaccurate information to influence voters.

She admits that she is ". learning about broader, looser language." This is indicative that news during her campaign will continue to reveal deceitful behavior typical of Democrat candidates.

I hope Texans will recognize Davis' false persona being offered to entice support and votes.

Barbara Pribyl Durocher, Edna