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Convention speaker lineups show both parties want women vote
Gosh, it's like men don't even vote! One day, dunno when, some pol is going to wake up and realize that there is this huge bloc of voters known as... men... and that we have interests and goals that indeed, should start getting attention. Til then, guess we're in for all-women, all-the-time from both major parties and the MSM. Article here. Excerpt:
'Both presidential campaigns say their female-heavy convention speaker rolls are about underscoring that women's issues are America's issues. However, the female-centric messages also speak to the parties' battle over the deeply coveted female voting bloc.
"It's aimed at a specific group of voters that both parties need," Jennifer Duffy, senior editor at the Cook Political Report said. "This whole argument is aimed at appealing to this group and keeping them in the fold."
"At this time the Democratic Party is the only party for women because of the controversial stance the Republican Party has taken," said Alabama delegate Susan Brown.
Not to be outdone, the first full day of last week's RNC was also heavy with female speakers including congressional candidate Mia Love of Utah, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington, Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Govs. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma and Nikki Haley of South Carolina. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice had prime-time speaking spots later that week.'
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