"The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left." Ecclesiastes 10:2
The battle for women, which was apparent in the speakers spotlighted at both political conventions this summer, is likely to help define messages the candidates deliver at the presidential debate Tuesday night and in the TV ads they air during the final 21 days of the campaign. As a group, women tend to start paying attention to election contests later and remain more open to persuasion by the candidates and their ads.
That makes women, especially blue-collar “waitress moms” whose families have been hard-hit by the nation’s economic woes, the quintessential swing voters in 2012’s close race.
“In every poll, we’ve seen a major surge among women in favorability for Romney” since his strong performance in the first debate, veteran Democratic pollster Celinda Lake says. “Women went into the debate actively disliking Romney, and they came out thinking he might understand their lives and might be able to get something done for them.”. full sad story: here
Hussein Obama must be in a tither. Their phonied up “Republican ‘war on women” and their much touted Abortion Pep Rally to renomination their Loser In Chief, have been failures. Evidently they haven’t convinced the majority of women, that they should appreciate soaring grocery prices and $5 gallon gasoline. Who’d a thunk?
Maybe they should send out Michelle “the busybody” Obama to retell American woman what failures they are as Mom’s, by allowing little Johnnie and Susie to even come close to an evil Happy Meal. Or perhaps Hillary Clinton should give a speech on “Standing By Your Man” regardless of the immoral reprobate he might be. Bill “Lewinsky” Clinton could follow that up by handing out free, autographed condoms to all females over the age of 10.
Surely there is a plan…. or plot, to regain the lost female voter? Or have the majority of American women all become “racist”?! I’m sure Team
Hussein Obama will tell us come November 7, 2012.
But, regardless, not all is lost. We can be assured that Barack will always be just as devoted to Barack after the election, as he has been the past 51 years.