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Why Wisconsin is in Play

Charles SWVA Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 1:06 PM
“I am not particularly happy with Obama,” the retired auto-parts storeowner said of the man he supported in 2008. His wife, walking beside him on the Military Ridge state trail, overheard him voicing doubt. She let him know it was not an option. “What about my reproductive rights?” she asked, clearly upset. “No, we are voting for Obama!” Discussing his uncertainty, the retired couple walked off along the popular recreational trail in this small town, Retired couple? And she is still worried about "my" reproductive rights? Retired couple? Retired at 45 or younger? (Unless they skip menopause in Wisc.) Wisconsin is insane!
ADRoberts Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 5:19 PM
Maybe she just was trying to justify her desire to see babies die alone and helpless.
rogermcall Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 6:48 PM
More likely she was merely parroting a democrat party talking point as though it had any relevance to her own life! She's apparently a graduate of the Sandra Fluke School of Illogical Thought.
Charles SWVA Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 1:13 PM
She being a writer, I presume Salena could not do the math either, or she wouldn't be quoting a woman who is presumable at least 62 since she is retired, about reproductive rights.

MOUNT HOREB, Wis. – At first, Jeff Millard was undecided about who to vote for in November.

“I am not particularly happy with Obama,” the retired auto-parts storeowner said of the man he supported in 2008.

His wife, walking beside him on the Military Ridge state trail, overheard him voicing doubt. She let him know it was not an option.

“What about my reproductive rights?” she asked, clearly upset. “No, we are voting for Obama!”

Discussing his uncertainty, the retired couple walked off along the popular recreational trail in this small town, once known for the National...