All have voted a straight GOP ticket for at least 20 years. All Baptized, Confirmed Catholics.
All pro life.
All unanimous they will not vote for Santorum. All would vote for Newt or Romney. None for Paul.
If it comes down to Santorum/Obama, they will write in Palin.
Contraception is their red line in the sand. When I try to explain that Santorum has not said he would make any attempt to restrict access all I get is "It doesn't matter".
This is NOT a statistically valid sample of GOP women:)
Just my own personal piece of hell lol
No man is a prophet in his own home I guess, but few here are acceptable prophets either.
I have seen more XXXXXXX for president, Woo, Woo, this year than ever before, only to shortly see @$#$@#%&& XXXXXXX is a RINO loser, then we move on to the next Woo Woo. Now having only three wow, woo's left, they will soon have their status upgraded, because after running through a litany of winners, we will finally have our one and only XXXXXXX Woo, Woo for President, and everyone will deem that they were for XXXXXX all along. See how easy it is to become a prophet, just wait until the race is over much easier when you know the outcome.
Baptized, Confirmed...you left out practicing. Just an oversight?
But you are probably correct about not being able to convince them. A guilty conscious is a formidable opponent. Using artificial contraception in contradiction to their faith would surely set up a conflict and I can see them taking out their frustration on a candidate who by his personal positions would magnify that conflict.
Out of curiosity, what are their views on the contraception mandate by Obama?