Joni has it right

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    Hussein is hoping standard feminazi scare tactics and rhetoric will work one more time. I don’t have to attend a forum to know the things that will be said:

    Here’s the brief video:

    They Don't Speak for Us - YouTube

    Hussein and the feminazis can hold forums until the cows come home, but this is the voice that will be heard in November:

    Women to White House: You don't speak for us
    'We know when we are being pandered and played'
    Published: 13 hours ago
    by DREW ZAHN

    Women to White House: You don’t speak for us

    I never doubted that American women were aware of Hussein’s foreign policy failures in relation to “. . . our national security.” The fact that most American women love this country while Socialists/Communists hate it is ignored by media pollsters when they frame their questions. Take this one to the bank: Feminazi icon, Hillary Clinton, will not be put forward as a national security genius for anybody except the choir.

    Believe media polls at your own peril:


    Obama tailors election-year message to working women
    By Laura MacInnis
    WASHINGTON | Fri Apr 6, 2012 2:56pm EDT

    Obama tailors election-year message to working women | Reuters

    I’ll go with my all-time favorite vocalist giving advice to the feminazis:

    "The Party's Over" Joni James - YouTube
     
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    Chalk up this one to Hussein-Clinton foreign policy in Libya:

    Triumphant Tuareg rebels fall out over al-Qaeda's jihad in Mali
    By Nick Meo
    11:42AM BST 07 Apr 2012

    Triumphant Tuareg rebels fall out over al-Qaeda's jihad in Mali - Telegraph

    I wonder how the disaster in the Sahara will sell with American women? I’m pretty sure feminazis won’t be telling American women how the administration improved the lives of women in the Sahara.

    How much coverage the foreign policy disaster gets in the MSM remains to be seen? You know it won’t get anywhere near the glowing coverage the administration got when Hussein-Clinton were overthrowing Gaddafi. I only wish Hussein would not have led from so far behind. Had he been up front he might have stopped all of those weapons from falling into murderous hands.
     
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