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Economic Issues, Not Abortion, Worry Women the Most

annfan_777 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 5:27 AM
"In fact, according to poll after poll, abortion will not be the deciding factor for the majority of voters, including the majority of women voters." --------------------------- However, the sanctity of life IS probably the most critical deciding factor in whether or not a candidate is nominated in the first place. For Democrats, the candidate MUST be pro-death or they won't get nominated, and for conservatives, a candidate MUST be pro-life or they won't get nominated. And more and more people are pro-life in every election cycle.
annfan_777 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 5:28 AM
Democrats are on the losing side of this issue, just as they were during the days of slavery.
If it weren’t so obvious, it might be ironic.

On Monday, a USA Today/Gallup poll among likely voters in the top 12 battleground states revealed a startling demographic shift: Women are moving toward Republican Mitt Romney, thanks in large measure to the candidates’ respective performances in the first presidential debate earlier this month in Denver.

Also on Monday, in an incredibly coincidental editorial, The New York Times warned of a stark Romney-Ryan future in which abortion rights would be eliminated in more than half the states, and women’s health would be jeopardized due to the Republicans’ promised defunding...