Skip to comments.The Presidentís Insulting Campaign [Acts As "Great Provider" For Women]
Posted on 11/01/2012 8:11:28 PM PDT by Steelfish
OCTOBER 30, 2012 The Presidents Insulting Campaign Obama is the Great Provider for the women in his coalition. By Rich Lowry
It is a mercy that the suffragettes arent around to see President Barack Obamas campaign for the womens vote. It would make them weep in dismay.
Almost a hundred years after passage of the 19th Amendment, the president is making perhaps the most superficial, misleading, and insulting appeal for the support of women in American presidential politics ever. Its a wonder that his target audience doesnt rise up as one and say, Please, stop condescending to us.
If David Axelrod is right, what women care about most is making other people, even religious employers, pay for their birth control. They love abortion with a single-minded passion. They are so easily manipulated that they can be motivated to oppose Mitt Romney because he said innocently in a debate that his aides brought him binders full of women to consider for his cabinet as Massachusetts governor.
They can be convinced that they are the victims of a war on women as long as the slogan is repeated over and over again. They can be made to believe that the Lilly Ledbetter Act is an epochal change in the balance of power between the genders, when pay discrimination has long been illegal and the Lilly Ledbetter Act merely tilts the playing field against employers and toward trial lawyers by allowing lawsuits years after alleged acts of pay discrimination.
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Obama speaks to them like he is their provider because in the “Obama Community” husbands and babydaddies are nowhere to be found and “Uncle Sucker” sends a check every month along with free food stamps, “Obama Phone!” and more goodies than Halloween in Candyland.
My sister could buy all the birth control she could ever want or need if she HAD HER FREAKING JOB of 26 years back!!!
Now go lose an election please!
With lowest regards,