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Why Wisconsin is in Play

coveyrise Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 9:09 AM
I guess things work a little differently in Wisconsin than they do down here in Texas. I have a lot of friends my age and can't name one who's wife would tell him how he is going to vote. I also don't know any retired women who are worried about reproducing. Most don't even want the exposure. I really suspect that this anecdotal conversation is equally rare in Wisconsin. I'm sure there will be some younger women who will vote with their vaginas, but most mature women will vote their pocket books.
NormRx Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 9:57 AM
I saw a woman in the last election vote with her vagina, it was actually funny watching her trying to pull the lever with it.
Context Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 9:23 AM
I'm still trying to get my arms around the fact that m RETIRED man's wife is worried about her reproductive rights?

Did he retire at 30? Did he marry his daughter's friend? Is his wife looking to start a family in retirement?

This is so mind numbingly stupid that it can only be explained by a lifetime exposure to the deleterious effects of liberalism.
Context Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 9:23 AM
I'm still trying to get my arms around the fact that m RETIRED man's wife is worried about her reproductive rights?

Did he retire at 30? Did he marry his daughter's friend? Is his wife looking to start a family in retirement?

This is so mind numbingly stupid that it can only be explained by a lifetime exposure to the deleterious effects of liberalism.
Old Vince Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 10:15 AM
Perhaps he is not really retired, but after 99 weeks of unemployment ran out, and he was able to secure Social Security Disability, he and his bride (both in their late 20's, it would seem), are ready to start a family?

Better get down to the food stamp and section 8 housing office, ma'am. Your future awaits.

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...