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The Winning Campaign Advice

Joe890 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:02 AM
Another thing we Republicans/Conservatives have to learn is to pick presidential candidates and vise presidential candidates who are younger and sexier. You think I jest, just consider the following: • Bill Clinton was a shady, corrupt, womanizing, sexual abuser but women thought he was a hunk. He was better looking than GHW Bush and Bob Dole. Both better qualified to be President • Obama was better looking than John McCain and Mitt Romney. Both better qualified to be president. Both Clinton and Obama won the unmarried women’s vote; black, white, and Hispanic. Unfortunately, single women vote with their sex organs. Do you think any young, unmarried woman fanaticized about sex with GHWB, Dole, McCain, or Romney? The Republicans think
Joe890 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:04 AM
young unmarried women vote Democrat because they are offering “security”. If security was the issue, every unmarried woman would marry the first man that asks them. No they hold out for the right man to ask and while they hold out for “mister right”, sit home with their vibrator fanaticize. SEX SELLS.
Joe890 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:04 AM
young unmarried women vote Democrat because they are offering “security”. If security was the issue, every unmarried woman would marry the first man that asks them. No they hold out for the right man to ask and while they hold out for “mister right”, sit home with their vibrator fanaticize. SEX SELLS.
"How to Win an Election" is a little primer, published by Princeton University Press, that flew out of bookstores just in time for the Nov. 6 election. The bright red cover reminded some older purchasers of Chairman Mao's famous "little red book" of a generation ago. Several hundred copies seem to have found their way to President Obama's election headquarters in Chicago.

Not that the Obama campaign actually took any of the advice -- about how to lie, exaggerate and make promises impossible to keep.

"If a politician made only promises he was sure he could keep," the author advises, "he...