I'm not sure what the purpose of this post is. But, what it illustrates to me is that some people have an overarching issue, or bias, that transcends all others for them. In Susan Crown's case it seems to be Israel. For others it's a variety of issues. For example, pro-life or the flip side: pro-choice. Did you read the entire post? If so, maybe you should re-read it before making inaccurate statements about her, and generalizing that to whole classes of people.Here's a clip from the post:She respects the fact that for Romney/Ryan, the economy is the priority.“Our primary issue is the economy. It’s a double-dip recession and a terrible economy. Companies are afraid to make investments. They are hanging on to cash. They are not quite sure what’s going to drop next. Europe? Greece?“The middle class issue is front and center of all those. When we have a thriving economy, when people can get loans, when people can get jobs, when people can have the dignity of providing for their family, we have a stronger middle class and a pathway out of poverty."The businesswoman and Mother of two says she is also troubled by Obama’s aversion to free markets and the “not so benign neglect of the deficit.”"I do not think Barack Obama has ever taken an accounting class. (laughter and applause from the audience.)See, it's not all about Israel. Maybe what you were trying to say is that it's quite bizarre that some women think that government funding of contraception is such a huge priority in selecting the next President, rather than the economic disintegration of the republic, or the ongoing war against Islamic extremists (witness Libya).
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