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Women Will Drive Election Results

3129 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 5:04 PM
Strange thing about women. They do not all think alike, do not vote as a block, and while they may not be as interested in individual issues and statistics, they make up for it by being good judges of character. Now that Obama's personality cult is losing its luster, perhaps they will be able to recognize that Romney is basically a good man who individually cares for and has helped those in times of dire need. Obama is a Chicago politician who is good at salesmanship, but ultimately shallow and untruthful. Viva la revolucion.
kathybgc Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 9:39 AM
The women I know are very concerned about issues (or they wouldn't be watching the debates and reading websites like this one). As, you wrote, women also tend to be good judges of character. Analytical skills with an overlay of intuition is a dynamite combination. Of course, if everyone is going to form their impression of women as being the flighty and superficial ones you see in Hollywood, the View, and Reality TV, then they won't believe women are able to make informed decisions. We'll know on Nov 6th.
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 11:59 PM
If women are such good judges of character, why were the majority stupid enough to fall for his lies in 2008? Must be an excess of estrogen that inhibits their ability to think rationally.

President Barack Obama may believe he had beaten his GOP rival in Tuesday night's town hall debate, but his 90-minute performance could not make up for his lackluster job performance over the past four years.

At their first face-off, Obama appeared aloof, disinterested and arrogant, as if he would rather be hanging with Beyonce and Jay-Z rather than engaging in a debate with a challenger.

Former Gov. Mitt Romney, who appeared engaged, knowledgeable and understanding, clearly won the first debate -- drastically shifting poll results.

Obama's lead among women voters deteriorated as they came to understand that the...