Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to FortySixAndTwo's comment:

    WDYWN his usual pi55y self I see...hahaha




    Actually, WDYWN made an excellent point. This scenario has happenned many times in the forums.

    Maybe you have not seen it yet since you only began posting in March?

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    According to CNN's exit polls, 55 percent of women voted for Obama, while only 44 percent voted for Mitt Romney. Men preferred Romney by a margin of 52 to 45 percent, and women made up about 54 percent of the electorate. In total, the gender gap on Tuesday added up to 18 percent -- a significantly wider margin than the 12-point gender gap in the 2008 election.

    Women's strong support in the swing states gave Obama a significant advantage over Romney, despite his losses among men and independents. While Obama lost by 10 percentage points among independents in Ohio, he won by 12 points among women in the state. In New Hampshire, women voted for Obama over Romney by a margin of 58 to 42 percent, while men preferred Romney by a narrow 4-point gap. Pennsylvania showed a 16-point gender gap that tipped the scale toward Obama.

     

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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

    That wraps up this thread



    Not for the gopers who are trying to get female voters to stick with them.

     

     

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    According to CNN's exit polls, 55 percent of women voted for Obama, while only 44 percent voted for Mitt Romney. Men preferred Romney by a margin of 52 to 45 percent, and women made up about 54 percent of the electorate. In total, the gender gap on Tuesday added up to 18 percent -- a significantly wider margin than the 12-point gender gap in the 2008 election.

    Women's strong support in the swing states gave Obama a significant advantage over Romney, despite his losses among men and independents. While Obama lost by 10 percentage points among independents in Ohio, he won by 12 points among women in the state. In New Hampshire, women voted for Obama over Romney by a margin of 58 to 42 percent, while men preferred Romney by a narrow 4-point gap. Pennsylvania showed a 16-point gender gap that tipped the scale toward Obama.

     

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    More  women voted for the liberal Democrat, which is not unusual; that is somehow proof there is a GOP "War on Women"?
    More men voted for Romney; does that mean the Dems have a "War on Men"?

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

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    That wraps up this thread

     

     



    Not for the gopers who are trying to get female voters to stick with them.


    Because the lefties who say the same vile BS are hunky dory.  We get it.


    I didn't say that.  You did.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

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    According to CNN's exit polls, 55 percent of women voted for Obama, while only 44 percent voted for Mitt Romney. Men preferred Romney by a margin of 52 to 45 percent, and women made up about 54 percent of the electorate. In total, the gender gap on Tuesday added up to 18 percent -- a significantly wider margin than the 12-point gender gap in the 2008 election.

    Women's strong support in the swing states gave Obama a significant advantage over Romney, despite his losses among men and independents. While Obama lost by 10 percentage points among independents in Ohio, he won by 12 points among women in the state. In New Hampshire, women voted for Obama over Romney by a margin of 58 to 42 percent, while men preferred Romney by a narrow 4-point gap. Pennsylvania showed a 16-point gender gap that tipped the scale toward Obama.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     



    More  women voted for the liberal Democrat, which is not unusual; that is somehow proof there is a GOP "War on Women"?
    More men voted for Romney; does that mean the Dems have a "War on Men"?

     



    No, I didn't say either.  Such "war on..." rhetoric is indeed a shortcut to thinking.

    And yet female voters still favor the dems by a relatively wide margin.  That's no accident or merely the product of the dreaded "LWMC".

     

     

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women


    dopes and unacceptable extremes include in a small number of liberals and conservatives.....most conservatives wish hillary was president right now over Obama

     
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    Re: Stiil Believe There is No GOP War on Women

    The 'war on women' isn't about individual attacks on either side.  It is about using (abusing) power to oppose women's rights, and programs designed to help women

    Sarah Palin may be a woman, but she is no champion of women't rights.  She does the bidding of right-wing, male dominated PACs and the power-structure of the GOP.  She and her ilk buy into Republican male-dominant values and mostly do what the men their party want them to do....and she's righly criticized for it.

     

     
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