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American Crossroads Ad Appeals to Women's Brains and Pocketbooks, Not "Ladyparts"

Voting_GOP_2012 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 3:49 PM
yes to taxcuts no to defense cuts Wall st. is reacting favorably to a Gallup poll that gives mitt Romney his biggest least in the election. The libs are still spreading lies about the economy allegedly being weak to push a wealth re-distributionist agenda. The american consumer, the fed, exporters, apple saved this economy and created this huge bull market, not Obama. Let's give a round of applause to Bernanke for doing such a good job and congress for not doing anything.
UltraMan Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 3:52 PM
Also yes to deep non-constitutional mandated budget cuts.
Joe40 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 4:00 PM
Would that be yes to cutting those budget items that aren't Constitutionally mandated? If so, I agree with that.

Rattled by recent polling showing Mitt Romney drawing roughly even with President Obama among female voters, Democrats are making yet another hard play over "ladyparts."  American Crossroads is answering back with an ad blitz of their own, also targeting women.  It seems conservatives view women as more than just uteruses.  Weird, right?
 


This spot -- which focuses on spending and debt -- has $11 million behind it, and will air in swing states: