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How Mitt Romney Can Erase the Gender Gap

M444ss Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 4:33 PM
"Female voters under age 50 favor Barack a margin of two to one..." I can only conclude that two-thirds of female voters under 50 are either leftists or (to put it mildly) terribly uninformed (redundant, right?). In either case, makes one wonder if women's suffrage was really such a great idea? (Hey, lefty, calm down...that suffrage comment is a joke.) Pres Obama and like-minded Hobbes-ists believe the government needs to make everyone equal by reducing us all to the least common denominator (poor, weak and under the beneficent care of those few government officials who know better than the rest of us), while everyone else believes that we should ALL have an opportunity to actually improve out lot in life.

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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