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    By all accounts at least 50% of American women oppose abortion. That number skyrockets when you add in taxpayer-funded abortions on demand, yet the press tells us Hussein has the female vote sewed up. That is not possible. The best Hussein can get is 40% and that’s assuming 40% of American women are hardcore Democrats. Forty percent is generous based largely on this:

    It’s safe to say most women do not vote on the abortion issue alone, but base their vote on how they and their sisters are doing overall. If women vote on a combination of Hussein’s economic policies he’ll play hell getting 40%. Throw in foreign policy and he will be lucky if he gets 5% of the private sector female vote.

    NOTE: Women in the Democrat base, teachers, government employees, labor unions, and so on are part of Hussein’s solid vote. Definitive question in this race: Can those Americans living on tax dollars win without private sector votes? If your answer is “Yes” move the cursor to 2:30 and take Dennis Miller’s advice:


    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreil...l-chaos-and-os-re-election/?playlist_id=86923

    Now, let’s look at the media’s favorite subdivision; college-educated women. Do they base their vote on the women in Hussein’s administration because they agree with them? Once again Hussein comes up short. I will never believe that college-educated American women are pleased with Janet Napolitano. Ditto well-informed women without a college degree:

    It’s not only Janet Napolitano. Go down the list of women in Hussein’s Administration ——his cabinet, his czarinas, his advisers, his ambassadors and judges, and it’s hard conclude educated American woman want 4 more years of the same. Should they vote for Hussein’s POLICIES & PEOPLE a refund on their expensive educations is overdue.
     
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    The O’Reilly link in the OP is not working. Here’s Miller’s advice:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zlJkXGA38w&feature=player_detailpage]Dennis Miller on O'reilly Factor 9-26-12 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    At least one of Hussein’s people is in trouble or should be. Compare Rice to Todd Akin:

    Peter King calls for Susan Rice’s resignation
    By BOBBY CERVANTES | 9/28/12 6:44 PM EDT Updated: 9/28/12 11:09 PM EDT

    Peter King calls for Susan Rice?s resignation - Bobby Cervantes - POLITICO.com

    Rice deliberately lied about 4 murdered Americans, while Akin misspoke. He said “legitimate rape” instead of saying legally defined rape. Voters in Missouri will decide Akin’s political fate. The media will decide if Susan Rice stays in her job and in government. My guess is that she will land in a soft spot in the academy no matter what happens.
     

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