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Female GOP State Chair Who Recruited Romney to Run for Governor Finds War on Women Narrative Absurd

gyeager Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 11:11 AM
Which leads to the question why is this flip flop necessary? Why do we have to have presidential candidates at war with women and gays? Why not keep those old policies and steal away some of those Democratic voters? Just seems silly to me, and old stuffy political platform full of holes.
MudontheTires Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 9:33 PM
"The far right wing will never tolerate a presidential candidate who is not deeply anti-abortion and deeply opposed to gay marriage."

The far left wing will never tolerate a presidential candidate who is not deeply pro-abortion and deeply committed to supporting gay marriage.

Lying POS.
Jack2894 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 11:27 AM
The far right wing will never tolerate a presidential candidate who is not deeply anti-abortion and deeply opposed to gay marriage. The health care issue is even more baffling, as the individual mandate, so derided by conservatives now, was actually first elucidated by the far right Heritage foundation as a way of keeping people from freeloading on the system, the way ROmney just suggested they do.

Absurd and unsupportable.

So says Kerry Healey, the woman who recruited businessman Mitt Romney to run for governor of Massachusetts, when discussing the Left's war on women narrative against the current GOP presidential candidate.

It's been a mirage piñata that the Left has been all too eager to keep whacking this election cycle, whether the topic be women's health or economics, both of which came up in the infamous the "Life of Julia" vignette earlier this year. The Obama campaign also released a TV ad where a woman called Romney "out of touch with the average woman's health...

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