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Why Women Matter This Election

campg Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 1:47 PM
Nice job of revealing why Obama's Campaign is focused on fabricating the GOP War on Women. The paradox is that Democrats are famous for their abuse of women. Clinton, Kennedy, and Edwards come to mind and yet they accuse Republicans of hating women. Democrats are smart propagandists and they control Hollywood and the Media. Which explains why the polls have the race close despite the fact that conservatives read more and think more critically than libs. Dishonesty and Demagoguery do work well for Democrats, but thanks to people like you who shed light on it, they can be beaten.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 2:12 PM
"War on Women" is Demspeak for pushing back against being forced to pay for others' free contraceptives & abortions on demand.

Don't forget how the pop media w/ the radical feminists made "sexual harassment" the most important issue out there when Clarence Thomas' appointment to SCotUS was in the SEnate & up pops Anita Hill w/ her off-the-wall claims to be beatified, & the meme is "Women don't lie about that" but then when Bill Clinton gets caught with his hand in the cookie jar (or some appendage in some orifice) , & having perjured himself, + accused of rape & battery, suddenly this stuff is no big deal, it's just "bimbo eruptions" & Ken Starr's perverted fixation.
In politics, where there are more men than women in elected positions, it's easy to get the impression that men matter most. You see them on TV, see their pictures in the paper, hear them pontificating on the issues on TV and radio.

So it may surprise you to learn that women matter more than might be evident. Why? They outvote men.

In 2008, 66 percent of women voted versus 62 percent of men. Women voted for Barack Obama over Sen. John McCain by 56 percent to 43 percent, while men were almost evenly split between the...