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How Mitt Romney Can Erase the Gender Gap

loadstar Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 6:58 PM
about Romney's wealth-- It just occurred to me . . . With all the noise the media is making about Romney's wealth, I don't recall such bluster and hand-wringing over the Kennedy fortune. Or, for that matter, John Kerry. Or the fact that John Kerry gave virtually nothing to charity while Romney gave something on the order of $4 million... in addition to his entire inheritance from his father. Oh, wait. I just remembered. Romney is Republican. Kerry and the Kennedy's are Democrats. Also, Romney worked for his money. Kennedy inherited his. And Kerry married it--twice. Never mind. Nothing to see here folks. Move along. POINT WELL TAKEN
Bill110 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:01 PM
It's all about the spoon; A silver spoon in your mouth or like Obumma a brass spoon in his a$$.
loadstar Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 7:02 PM
About those charitable contributions...the Obama's (like so many libs) made virtually NONE until he got to the W.H. and it became visible.

And for all of the talk about those bad ol' rich, the Obama's quickly chose the most expensive, exclusive Sidwell Friends for their daughters...and the press made no mention of it.

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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