Denver Post's newest paid political operative columnist Laura Chapin recently queried, "Is there a GOP obsession with lady parts?"  We responded by saying that the Democrats seemed to be the only ones talking about said anatomy (well, except for that weird guy from Missouri).  We never would have guessed who would have set out to prove us right – American Pie actor Jason Biggs, self-proclaimed Democrat and long-time apologist for President Obama.

From The Blaze:

"Following up on a pair of repulsive tweets about sexually violating vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s wife, Janna, that he sent out on Wednesday, Jason Biggs decided to attack Christians, Paul Ryan, Ann Romney, Clint Eastwood, Janna Ryan (again) and offend nearly everyone else who read the string of new tweets the actor posted late Thursday as the Republican National Convention aired on national television."

While America was transfixed by Paul Ryan's speech on Wednesday night, Biggs seemed transfixed (and was tweeting) about Janna Ryan's anus and cosmetic procedures he believed (we're assuming without any proof whatsoever) she has had.  View the tweets hereWARNING: These tweets are definitely not suitable for work.

Unfortunately, the crude verbal assault didn't stop on Wednesday as Biggs continued the tirade on Thursday through Mitt Romney's speech, commenting on Ann Romney's anus and Janna Ryan's breasts. 

The real question is – will the left decry Biggs' tweets?  We're still waiting for an apology from Pols following the incident with Ramirez and his daughter. 

Joy Behar? Ellen Barkin (she's a prolific tweeter)? Gloria Steinem (why not?), Rachel Maddow?  Or what about the National Organization of Women – that would be appropriate, wouldn't it? We'll keep you posted, but so far it's just silence from the left.  AGAIN. 

The truth is that the left only uses women as political pawns, so it doesn't matter to them when someone from the left attacks a woman from the right.  With the left's history of giving a free pass to men sexually harassing conservative women in the media, the "War on Women" rhetoric rings a bit hollow.