Entries Tagged ‘Romney’

Poll: Abortion advocacy hurts Obama in swing states

Up on Drudge now is a link to a Washington Examiner story reporting the results of a new Susan B. Anthony List’s poll, which are:

Stanek weekend question: Liberal feminists are sluts and a____?

On September 6 Yahoo News reported on, “‘Sluts vote’: the unlikeliest DNC flair”:

A member of the Illinois delegation has sold out of a batch of pins she made that say “Sluts vote.”

The pins, which cost 2 for $5, reference radio host Rush Limbaugh’s attack on women’s activist Sandra Fluke (he called her a “slut” for advocating that insurance plans fully cover contraceptives). We spotted several delegates on Thursday sporting the pins….

I think ‘slut’ is offensive, that’s why we’re trying to own it and make it ours,” said Debra Shore, an Illinois delegate from Chicago.

Makes total sense. Ok, done. Democrat feminists can own the term “sluts.”

New Stanek poll: Who should Romney choose as his running mate?

Poll 2.pngI have a new poll question up:

Who would you like to see Mitt Romney pick as his running mate?

Vote on the lower right side of the home page.

Obviously, no one in the world guessed Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts would be the deciding vote in favor of Obamacare. And only 11% of you thought the court would decide as it did…

As HHS Secretary, top Romney advisor ordered enforcement of Born Alive Act

Politico reported yesterday that former Utah governor and Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael Leavitt “is the most important figure in Mitt Romney’s campaign you may have never heard of,” adding Leavitt “has been tapped to head Romney’s transition process” and is being buzzed about by insider Republicans as Romney’s potential chief-of-staff.

My eyes lit up when seeing Leavitt’s name. Leavitt gave me the best birthday present ever when on April 22, 2005, as President George W. Bush’s HHS secretary, he issued a memo ordering that the Born Alive Infants Protection Act be “aggressively enforce[d]”:

Planned Parenthood CEO gets pushback on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”

On May 30 Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to tout her group’s launch that day of an anti-Romney ad campaign.

This was the day after Live Action released its first investigative video of a new series, which exposed Planned Parenthood as a facilitator of sex-selection abortion.

The Live Action videos were not mentioned during the Morning Joe segment, so either they were ignored or Richards stipulated she would only come on if they weren’t brought up.

Nevertheless, (somewhat) conservative host Joe Scarborough got in several digs against the abortion giant.

Barack Obama, liberal feminism: What women don’t want

The Obama campaign and feminists must be freaking out. It turns out they bet badly that what women want are free abortions and contraceptives. What a blunder. There’s nothing left in the pro-abortion arsenal if American women don’t believe Republicans are out to take away their birth control. The other side has already admitted abortion is no longer a winning issue for them. What else do they have?

A New York Times/CBS poll in March showed Obama’s approval sinking among women, this after they launched their “Republicans are waging a war on women” strategy that was supposed to bulk up their support.

Then yesterday the NYT/CBS poll showed now Romney leading Obama among women 46-44%.

Pro-lifer smacks down Cher’s (now deleted) tweet sniping Romney and “Tea Baggers”

According to Cher’s tweet, we Tea Party folks are a bunch of women haters. Cher, I’ll remind you, on behalf of the Tea Party, when the Tea Party has to have ‘No-Rape Zones’ at their rallies, I’ll accept your charge of women-hating.

Us being opposed to abortion doesn’t make us ‘women haters’.

Grow the hell up and knock it off with acting like a spoiled brat because we acknowledge the fact that it’s unlawful and just plain wrong to kill an unborn child.

“Waaaaah! You won’t let women kill their children! You just hate them!”

~ Black Republican conservative Alfonzo Rachel mocking singer/actress Cher for her tweet criticizing Tea Partiers, PJTV’s Zo Nation, May 12

Here’s Cher’s original tweet…

Liberals, media try to shift debate from abortion to contraception

I wrote last week about a theory put forth by Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff that abortion proponents were shifting strategies to focus on contraceptives rather than abortion, the reason being their own polls show abortion is no longer a winning issue with young people and women, but contraception is. This week Republican strategist Dick Morris […]


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