Skip to comments.Larry Kudlow: Women From the Past vs. Women for the Future
Posted on 06/11/2010 2:28:21 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Revolution in California and political regime change come November has been a theme of mine for weeks. Tuesday night's big victories for Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina moved that agenda nicely down the field.
And let me add to it. Following the Tuesday primaries, the mainstream media began calling this the year of the woman, pointing not only to Fiorina and Whitman in California, but to Sharron Angle in Nevada, Nikki Haley in South Carolina and Democrat Blanche Lincoln in Arkansas.
But we need a qualifier here. This is really going to be the year of the women from the past versus the women for the future.
In Arkansas, for example, Blanche Lincoln stands a good chance of losing her Senate seat to Republican House member John Boozman. Lincoln is a reliable Obama vote -- make that a reliable Obama/Harry Reid vote -- for issues like the stimulus package, Obamacare, cap-and-trade and bank reform (even with the ruckus she made over forcing banks to spin off their derivative operations).
In California, the Carly Fiorina/Barbara Boxer matchup is a battle between a woman of the liberal-left Washington past and a woman who is a fiscally conservative outsider of the future. Recovering from cancer, and running in a tough primary, Fiorina demonstrated a steely inner strength that reminded one of Margaret Thatcher as she trounced her rivals by a wide margin.
The subject of this year's election will be the fiscal catastrophe coming out of Washington, D.C.: overspending, over-borrowing, over-deficit-making, overtaxing, over-regulating and over-government-controlling. Obama's Washington is about welfare-state redistribution, the European model that has failed so miserably across the pond.
In contrast, Carly Fiorina's model is about entrepreneurship, growth and opportunity -- the basic American values of economic freedom that have been shunted aside in our nation's capital.(continued)
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Yes. It has already been posted, and it isn’t good enough to be posted again.
And you aren’t smart enough to post again.
Are you still around? Rather insecure, aren’t you. Pity.
Hey, limpy, I’m not the one who has to call for back-up when he’s challenged by a GIRL!!!
This is the best you can do? Who knows what you are, other than that you can’t manage to make an intelligent argument and have a potty mouth. I’m not so sure you are a “GIRL”, as you put it. Women on this board aren’t vulgar.
Probably. But one never knows. Single women are stubbornly voting dem... at least in high numbers. Maybe because no one will take their bs... ; p