Rachel Alexander

There is a gender gap in the presidential race, with women favoring Obama over Mitt Romney. Obama has cleverly come up with a phrase to attack Romney and the Republicans who do not agree that breeding prevention should be the number one issue for women, “The Republicans' War on Women.” Romney closed the gap from 18 points down to three points after the presidential debate. Perhaps women are beginning to understand that Obama is treating women as single-issue voters only interested in breeding prevention.

Observing Romney's wonderful wife Ann, does anyone really believe for a minute that Romney is a sexist who wants to turn back “women's rights?” Contrast the classy Ann Romney with Michelle Obama, who does not appear to care about any woman except herself. She brazenly wears clothing from the most expensive designers, gowns that most women will never be able to afford, landing her a spot on People Magazine's “10 Best-Dressed Women.” After Obama was elected president, she took sixteen lavish vacations within three years around the world, something else most women cannot afford. Judicial Watch analyzed the vacations and found they cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. White House sources report that she spent $10 million on vacations in just one year. Some of this money was spent on expensive massages and alcohol. Few Americans have the money for even one vacation a year in the current dismal economy. Ann Romney spoke up earlier this year and said the Romneys would not be taking as many vacations as the Obamas if her husband becomes president.

All of Michelle Obama's expensive designer gowns cannot give her class. She brazenly declared on Good Morning America, “I've got a loud mouth.” She apparently isn't concerned about teaching her daughters to be classy women either. She looks up to the singer Beyonce as a role model for her daughters. Beyonce is known for her scantily-clad performances and dirty lyrics, which include a song entitled “Nasty Girl.”

Hopefully, women voters will see through Obama's low view of women. Women are not playthings to be used by deceitful politicians for their own purposes. We all love wild animals and feral cats, but there are far more important issues to be considered this election than breeding prevention.

Rachel Alexander

Rachel Alexander is the editor of the Intellectual Conservative. She also serves as senior editor of The Stream.