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Women Know What’s At Stake in this Election

acurrie Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 10:38 AM
As a woman, I must say: I care more about ending abortion than I do about the economy. Don't get me wrong - it is very important that we cut useless spending, balance the budget, get the dollar back on track, etc. But who will be left to care about all of this if we don't stop killing off the next generation?
dennisharry Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 1:22 PM
dear acurrie, as a man, ending abortion is more important than the economy, we have a moral problem, not a money problem: I am on your side: I believe when we end abortion the economy will instinctively recover, I will go even further out on a limb, Sandra Flake watching the drought, "I don;t see any problem, as I have one million you know what", confound the idiots with madness dear Lord Jesus Christ!!!
Campaigning is really hard work: running from one campaign event to the next, answering hostile questions from the press, kissing babies, and shaking hands. There is no room for mistakes and no time for distractions. Being a politician is a hard life. Don’t laugh; I’m being serious.

Yet politicians need to add something else to their admittedly long to do lists. They need to step back away from the campaign so they can get a sense of the bigger picture and what’s really on the mind of American voters’ these days. If they do, one thing will become immediately...