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Subject: Re: Oh, my Date: 10/9/2012 5:50 PM
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It's so blatantly contrary to their interests as to be stupid.

Some women vote on more than just gender identification. They might be more concerned about the economy and jobs, jobs for themselves, their spouses and, especially, for their children. Then they might come to the conclusion that Romney would be a better choice for economic growth. They might not, but women have brains and jobs and more than just uteri.

Stan Greenberg was referring to single women in particular.
Unmarried women — a critical piece of Obama’s coalition — did not hear Obama telling him how they would make their lives better. By contrast, they did hear Romney telling them he’d improve their lives....

Actually, the strong support among the young for Obama goes against the interest of their generation. They are the ones who will have to pay off the massive debts.

Sixteen trillion, and what do you get?
Another day older and deeper in debt...

DB2
With a hat tip to Tennessee Ernie Ford
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