Then you should have written that, instead of writing something that would not have been even one word different if you had meant that the majority of female FR members are pro-abortion.
NO I cant..but I might be able to come late November 2008.
OK...let me make sure I understand you. You say...
I am telling you, if you allow a woman to run on womans issues, you will lose and you will lose big.
...but you can't provide any examples of a woman running on "women's issues" against a pro-life conservative and winning.
If that's the case, could you share with me exactly what you're basing "you will lose and you will lose big" on, if you can't cite examples?
Sorry, but your Hillary prediction means bupkis if you've got nothing to back it up.
"If that's the case, could you share with me exactly what you're basing "you will lose and you will lose big" on, if you can't cite examples?"
I post on a lot of forums. Only this one is politcal. I talk to a lot of girls (you know.. young impressionable women who get most of their information from liberal professors and liberal news networks) and I can see the way they lean and how they think.
I believe, and I may be wrong, that if the abortion debate becomes the primary issue of the election, millions and millions of voters will go to the booth to ensure that thier right to have an abortion will stay intact.
This is a gut feeling I have from speaking to young and new voters across all walks of life. These girls have been brainwashed into believing that abortion is their liberation and needs defending. I cant stress this point enough. We can not undo that brainwashing before November 2008. If the election is centered around the issue, we will lose on it.
It is just peronsal observation from speaking candidly to girls, who have no poltical agenda, about abortion.