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Obama’s War on Women…and Intelligence

NewJAl Wrote: Oct 28, 2012 1:43 AM
Suffering workers need jobs. So take money from those actually working, pay public employees to spend time on how to send it back to pay suffering workers, and then wonder why it never worked. Guarantee money to Solyndra like companies to make products people will not pay for, and try to keep a lid on the waste of taking money from those actually working. But, and I have posted this ad nauseum, what intelligent man would put Bill Clinton up to help them at the Democratic National Convention if you are accusing Republicans of a 'War on Women'. Clinton is the poster child from using them a sex objects and abusing them, and his marriage vows. If the LSM and Gloria Allred, and The View were sincere, those women would be interesting guests.
Nunya8 Wrote: Oct 28, 2012 8:01 AM
Considering the 'groups' they're working to entice...

A sad fact that many voters see Presidential elections like a grand "America's Got Talent" episode, where the public gets to choose the winner. They vote for the rock star; the glitz and glamour.

Then pat themselves on the back for their 'patriotism' for having gone through the personal hardship of voting.

Thanks for cancelling out my well-informed vote.

I'll say it again and again, til I'm blue in the face:

Truth and honesty are the glue that holds a society together. When those core values are gone, collapse is soon to follow.

When President Obama started talking about “shovel-ready jobs,” who knew he was talking about the shovels needed to dig a hole deep enough to lower the bar to a level his campaign could clear. As if his campaign of “Romnesia,” Big Bird and “binders” wasn’t desperate enough, the stench of desperation was turned up to 11 yesterday.

To Democrats it seems women are nothing more than hyper-fertile vaginas on a constant quest for sex, contraception and abortions. What else has the president’s campaign addressed? No appeals to women on jobs, even as they suffer an obscenely high unemployment...