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'Mommy Wars' a Trigger Issue With Women

donnieboy63 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 12:43 PM
f.t.a... :"politicians need to learn to communicate with women voters, who factor strongly in this presidential election." i'll say they do. not just the largest demographic, not just the loudest demographic but , more importantly to me, the most malleable demographic. whoever offers the most free stuff gets the biggest portion of that pie, single women. will always be that way. democrats are much better at getting that than republicans. that's because democrats, on the whole, don't care about this country as much as they care about the shifting of american values to reflect a socialistic world view. millions of liberal women are being played by the left and they're ok with that as long they "get there's". convince me i am wrong.

As the White House scrambled Thursday to prevent "mommy wars" damage done by a Democratic advisor, one expert cautioned that politicians need to learn to communicate with women voters, who factor strongly in this presidential election.

"Most of the attention paid to them has been superficial, rather than substantive," Catherine Wilson, a Villanova University professor specializing in how women affect politics, said as Twitter chatter carried on the argument of whether a stay-at-home mother works as hard as a career woman.

Since 1980, more women have voted in presidential elections than men, said Sara Grove, another expert on women voters at...