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Obama Supporters Explain Why You Should Pay For Their Birth Control

PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 9:32 PM
Problem is, you need a positive economic narrative to sell. The trickle-down dog just won't bark any more. Also, this isn't the Reagan/Carter electorate any more. You've got as much as 80% of the electorate locked into their party until further notice. You certainly won't sway any committed Democratic voters with the arguments they've heard (and not bought) many times before.
Lars795 Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 11:59 PM
You talking about all those that lost their jobs to support Obama's great economic policy? That 40%?
PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 11:01 PM
About half of the 80% I was referring to are permanent Republican voters, Flash.
Blinding_Flash Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 10:17 PM
well, sure, and trickle up poverty isn't the answer either. the 80% indoctrinated who rely on big government are too stupid to think for themselves. products of the new generation, indoctrinated by the great school systems , run by teachers unions, and illiterate teachers.
risher3 Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 10:15 PM
A positive economic narrative won't come from the subject of birth control, it's just too easy to make the conservative side look bad. The reason for this is because we have an ill informed citizenry but the reason really doesn't matter. Your right, trickle down won't work either, I wasn't suggesting anything other than that the birth control approach was a losing strategy.

The video speaks for itself. Obama supporters can't answer one basic question: If you don't believe government should be in the bedroom, why should the government pay for what goes on in the bedroom? 

 

 

If you don't want Uncle Sam in your bedroom, don't ask him to pay for what happens there.