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Obama’s Hope: Winning with Less

Mountain Rose Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:43 PM
I have been suggesting today that we need to target young women with romantic emotional content that attracts them. They would be insulted if you tell them this is what you are doing, since they have been brainwashed in school with "Girl Power." This doesn't stop them from reading Teen Paranormal Romance novels in droves or watching romantic vampire TV shows or filling theaters showing Twilight. Where are the Fox counterparts to The View, or Soap Operas? Why doesn't Michelle Malkin or Mia Love host a chat show? Why not a series about young women in which at least one young woman falls in love and gets married while her clubbing girlfriends struggle with heartache? Popular culture has long been abandoned by the Right

This column appeared originally in THE DAILY BEAST.

No matter who wins the presidency on Tuesday, one outcome is all but certain: Barack Obama will draw less support and fewer votes after four years as president than he did as an untried, little-known, freshman senator from Illinois. In other words, the more the American people know about this particular politician the less they seem to like him.

Republicans and Democrats offer opposing explanations for the president's decline in popularity.

For the GOP, his lost backing demonstrates a failed presidency, with a truly disastrous combination of arrogance and incompetence.

For his...