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How Mitt Romney Can Erase the Gender Gap

loadstar Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 12:58 PM
excellent logic buried down below (slight edits here)-- Kenneth L. Wrote: My point is that Romney may (WILL) get the nomination despite your well-reasoned and passionate objections. If he does, please vote for him. There is, I agree, more than one way to skin a cat. We should indeed support every TEA Party and/or conservative person running for Congress. But if Obama gets 4 more years to implement Obamacare and appoint Supreme Court Justices, there will be NOTHING LEFT TO SAVE! Please don't stay home or vote for a 3rd party candidate (pointless waste, which helps Obama) in the general election.
Neal from PA Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 6:01 PM
In deed my sentiments as well…Obama and his Liberals; NOW verses yester-year…the difference is like night and day. Back then they had a little common sense and exercised some good judgment. Verses today’s politically correct liberals that have no common sense therefore their judgments and beliefs are flawed; and have been co-opted by the special interests and the entitlements mentality.

The World seems to be standing around waiting to see what America will do next. Self-government may be the HOPE…it’s the CHANGE that is being decided behind the scenes that will determine the fate of America; not the chaos in Congress or on the street.

Female voters under age 50 favor Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of two to one in battleground states. This is partly the result of Republican blunders and partly the result of a skillful campaign in which Democrats are accusing Republicans of waging a "war on women."

Is there any way Romney can turn things around and win the women back? Yes.

As it turns out, women would gain more than men from lower tax rates, privatization and individual empowerment. Here's why.

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