Obama's Vanishing Lead with Women Voters
The Democratic party likes to portray itself as seeing women as equal to men. Yet it's the Democrats who think they can woo female voters by dangling free contraceptives in front of them like a carrot luring a donkey.
For months America has been hearing how it's President Barack Obama who has the estrogen vote sewn up. Now, according to a recent USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, America comes to find out that Mitt Romney is currently leading Barry the Birth Control President in the top battleground states, and the women he thought were willing to sell the country down the river for an IUD are driving that lead.
In 2008, a large contribution to Barack Obama's 13-point margin of victory came from women swept up in the euphoria of a wave of Oprah Winfrey flag-waving hysteria. In 2012 it appears that Winfrey and her tear-soaked eyelashes are sitting this one out, and so are all the women who followed her lead.
According to a recent article in USA TODAY entitled Swing States poll: Women push Romney into lead, Susan Page writes
"As the presidential campaign heads into its final weeks, the survey of voters in 12 crucial swing states finds female voters much more engaged in the election and increasingly concerned about the deficit and debt issues that favor Romney."
Much to the chagrin of the mainstream media, feminist activist Sandra Fluke, and Obama shills like ingénue Scarlett Johansson and Eva 'Border Security Expert' Longoria, "the Republican nominee now ties the president among women who are likely voters, 48%-48% while he leads by 12 points among men."
According to USA TODAY/Gallup Romney now leads among likely voters in the swing states Obama thought he had in the can a few weeks ago. If this keeps up, it looks like Barack Obama is going to have to give away free weed whackers to the fellas just to stay in the running.
These more recent polls are consistent with a national Pew Poll taken after the first presidential debate that showed Barack Obama's 18-point lead among women had dissolved; leaving him tied 47%-47% with Romney among likely female voters. In addition, married women, who tend to vote Republican, are more enthusiastic this election cycle than unmarried women, who tend to vote Democratic.
Whatever the reason, Democratic pollster Celinda Lake admitted that since his strong performance in the first debate, "In every poll, we've seen a major surge among women in favorability for Romney." According to Ms. Lake, "Women went into the debate actively disliking Romney... came out thinking he might understand their lives and might be able to get something done for them." Presidential prospects for Mitt Romney have only continued to improve after the second and third debates.
Why? Because as a rule, the fairer sex is generally more discerning and Mitt Romney just doesn't display the demeanor of guy who would leave a woman "dying on the floor" as Nancy Pelosi predicted he would if he's elected - quite the contrary. On the other hand, without those Styrofoam Greek columns, during the first debate in Denver Barack Obama looked too weak and disinterested to aid a woman even if she was "dying on the floor."
Romney pollster Neil Newhouse also maintains that "The first debate had a significant impact on these voters as they watched it and Governor Romney appeared nothing like the candidate that was essentially a caricature in the advertising by the Obama campaign. It's these voters who began to realize that the picture being painted of him was not reality." In the 2012 campaign season, misconceptions about the two candidates are being revealed, especially the hyped-up impression of Barack Obama, who's turning out to be the world's emptiest suit.
Suffice it to also say that working women are not impressed by a man who touts signing an equal pay bill while paying his own female staff roughly 18% less than his male staff. Moreover, despite the fact that our "abortion extremist" President is convinced that the way to a girl's heart is promising free contraceptives and abortion on demand, the truth is that what impresses most women is a confident air of leadership that displays the character traits of strength, stability and security.
Hence, when compared to President Obama's three debate performances, Mitt Romney's poised but assertive, polite, take-charge steadiness makes him look like a knight in shining armor to female voters who are clearly paying attention.
In the end, as shocking as it may seem to Barack Obama, it's the competence and ability to turn the economy around, create jobs, and reestablish national security that mean much more to American women than being outfitted by the White House for a lifetime of sex without consequence.
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