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Pro-choice Media Decides Abortion Is THE Issue -- Therefore, It Is

Danolt Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 5:15 PM
I would say that the conventions represent a conglomeration of individual choices. I do not think the nation or the parties willed either of the present nominees for president. (President Obama in 2008) or Romney now. The fuel reference is from a NY times article on the 27 dollar a gallon navy bio-fuel program as opposed to the old $3.50 program.
Abortion, according to a recent Rasmussen poll, fails to make the cut among the top 10 issues important to voters.

Yet, because of the GOP opposition to abortion, the mainscream media insist that Republicans suffer from a voter "gender gap," with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney down 8 percentage points among women. Fifty percent of men support Romney, but only 42 percent of women do so.

Funny, just two years ago in the 2010 off-year elections, Republicans took the female vote for the first time in nearly 30 years. There are big differences in the way married women vote versus unmarried...