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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-05-12 07:25 AM
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What did I tell you?

Lovey Romney says hubby Willard is likely to pick a woman to run with him.

I'm thinking Kelly Ayotte and other women must be feeling pretty hopeful right about now.

Sorry, though, fellow ladies. His ticket will lose, no matter who is in the number two slot.

America does not want a Republican animatron who puts his money and our jobs offshore, changes postitions at the drop of a varmint and dissembles as the Bain of its existence.

BTW, good luck running against "Obamacare" while standing next to the Pinocchio whose signature achievement (No pun intended) in the one office he ever held was Romneycare, the model for Obamacare.
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DainBramaged Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-05-12 11:08 AM
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1. It will not convince women he is worthwhile
I see a defeat in the double digits in November
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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-06-12 12:43 AM
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2. It's odd. Men should be just as aghast about contraception as women are.
Edited on Fri Jul-06-12 12:47 AM by No Elephants
Yet, men, specifically, white men, poll incredibly strongly for Romney. Then again, they have been polling Republican to one degree or another since not too long after Jim Crow laws became illegal.

So, maybe it's not odd at all.

Romney has not yet had to make any statement about things like contraception and requiring vaginal wand insertions before granting a woman her constitutional right to an abortion.

And he certainly did not run in Massachusetts on a pro life platform. However, he has now claimed to be strongly prolife, so who knows what he will say about those things, if asked.

Thing is, will our M$M/propaganda machine be so impolitic as even to ask him about things like the wand?
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mercymechap Donating Member (74 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-06-12 11:36 PM
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3. Maybe he'll do a McCain and
pick Sarah Palin - most Reps/cons still think she is Presidential! :+
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