GOP Condidates schooled on how to talk about women

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How Republican Candidates Are Being Trained To Talk About Women

It's a delicate intervention, but one deemed essential by officials smarting from campaign debacles that cost the GOP winnable races, including Senate seats in Missouri and Indiana, last time.

"Hopefully, everyone has paid attention to the huge blunders that were made," said Ari Fleischer, former top aide to President George W. Bush who helped draft a post-election analysis for the Republican National Committee after the 2012 campaign. "You can't buy enough ads to cover up a candidate who is flawed."

The two-day sessions, which feature top experts in communications and public policy, have brought in more than a dozen Senate and about 50 House candidates. The GOP's hopes for winning a Senate majority this year depend on picking up six seats, some by candidates who are less seasoned.
Because it is not intuitive to them.....They need to learn NOT to say what they are thinking....:clap2::clap2::muahaha:
 
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Is this to embarrassing for you RWers to comment on?
 

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How Republican Candidates Are Being Trained To Talk About Women

It's a delicate intervention, but one deemed essential by officials smarting from campaign debacles that cost the GOP winnable races, including Senate seats in Missouri and Indiana, last time.

"Hopefully, everyone has paid attention to the huge blunders that were made," said Ari Fleischer, former top aide to President George W. Bush who helped draft a post-election analysis for the Republican National Committee after the 2012 campaign. "You can't buy enough ads to cover up a candidate who is flawed."

The two-day sessions, which feature top experts in communications and public policy, have brought in more than a dozen Senate and about 50 House candidates. The GOP's hopes for winning a Senate majority this year depend on picking up six seats, some by candidates who are less seasoned.
Because it is not intuitive to them.....They need to learn NOT to say what they are thinking....:clap2::clap2::muahaha:
Like liberals do

How far we have fallen
 

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How Republican Candidates Are Being Trained To Talk About Women

It's a delicate intervention, but one deemed essential by officials smarting from campaign debacles that cost the GOP winnable races, including Senate seats in Missouri and Indiana, last time.

"Hopefully, everyone has paid attention to the huge blunders that were made," said Ari Fleischer, former top aide to President George W. Bush who helped draft a post-election analysis for the Republican National Committee after the 2012 campaign. "You can't buy enough ads to cover up a candidate who is flawed."

The two-day sessions, which feature top experts in communications and public policy, have brought in more than a dozen Senate and about 50 House candidates. The GOP's hopes for winning a Senate majority this year depend on picking up six seats, some by candidates who are less seasoned.
Because it is not intuitive to them.....They need to learn NOT to say what they are thinking....:clap2::clap2::muahaha:
Yes because we all prefer people like Bill Clinton, who politically pander to women while privately see them as sexual playtoys.

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well I believe everything that comes off the huffpuffer post

don't you all?
 

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Is this to embarrassing for you RWers to comment on?
It takes less than half a brain to realized the lesson(s) are about how to avoid saying something that the democratic opponent will be able to spin and make it sound like an insult..

You know....like "binders of women"..

I mean....you guys had a field day with that one...when, in fact, nothing wrong was said.
 

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How Republican Candidates Are Being Trained To Talk About Women

It's a delicate intervention, but one deemed essential by officials smarting from campaign debacles that cost the GOP winnable races, including Senate seats in Missouri and Indiana, last time.

"Hopefully, everyone has paid attention to the huge blunders that were made," said Ari Fleischer, former top aide to President George W. Bush who helped draft a post-election analysis for the Republican National Committee after the 2012 campaign. "You can't buy enough ads to cover up a candidate who is flawed."

The two-day sessions, which feature top experts in communications and public policy, have brought in more than a dozen Senate and about 50 House candidates. The GOP's hopes for winning a Senate majority this year depend on picking up six seats, some by candidates who are less seasoned.
Because it is not intuitive to them.....They need to learn NOT to say what they are thinking....:clap2::clap2::muahaha:
Yes because we all prefer people like Bill Clinton, who politically pander to women while privately see them as sexual playtoys.

/thread.
Oh no! A man who saw women as sexual playtoys? When did you get your shiny new vag?
 

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Hello Everyone,

First thing first. This is not the 50's so please refrain from talking about women in a negative way. Research shows they dont like that. So please no mention of out of control "sluts" who use birth control. Fact: Almost every woman has used birth control. So you can see how calling almost every woman slutty is a problem.

Voice from the crowd: Objection! What do you tell a woman with two black eyes?

Please sir....Dont...

Voice from the crowd: Nothing! Shes already been told twice!

Thats not helpful sir...please
 

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Is this to embarrassing for you RWers to comment on?

No--not at all. There is nothing that insults my intelligence more and dumber to me than males that want to talk about birth control pills--female rape and incest victims--and what women should or should not do regarding abortion. And I am a fiscal conservative republican female.

1. Men that cannot see beyond the tip of their religious bias and personal beliefs. A woman that has been raped and ends up pregnant--usually has a FAMILY--maybe a woman that already has children along with a husband that may be completely opposed to raising a rape baby.

2. Men who enjoy having sex with women--but who insist that it is only women that pay for their own birth control pills--but who at the same time are O.K. with themselves paying for other men's Viagra and male enhancement prescription drugs so that they can have sex with women.

Henceforth--the "war on women." Women who are made to believe they are sub-standard to men--even though they are now the major bread winners in a family--who come home cook dinner--take care of kids--and then get ready to go back to work the next day.

These type neanderthal Republican men--including Huckabee, need to jump off of a cliff, or go into a closet and stay there to save the rest of the Republican party. They belong no where in this party. These neanderthals are the reason for losing elections.

We also need a lot more women seeking higher office in the Republican party.

G.W. Bush's advisor, Karen Hughes, could not have said it better.

And if another Republican man says anything about rape other than it is a horrific, violent crime, I want to personally cut out his tongue. The college-age daughters of many of my friends voted for Obama because they were completely turned off by Neanderthal comments like the suggestion of “legitimate rape.
Karen Hughes: I'll 'cut out' the tongue of GOPers talking rape - POLITICO.com

 
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Is this to embarrassing for you RWers to comment on?
Just more evidence the GOP is a mess.... thanks Karl Rove. They've allowed themselves to get sucked into the lie that has been concocted by the left.. stupid shit like wars on women and whatnot. Anybody that shows up for this shit should lose his mancard.
 

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Hello Everyone,

First thing first. This is not the 50's so please refrain from talking about women in a negative way. Research shows they dont like that. So please no mention of out of control "sluts" who use birth control. Fact: Almost every woman has used birth control. So you can see how calling almost every woman slutty is a problem.

Voice from the crowd: Objection! What do you tell a woman with two black eyes?

Please sir....Dont...

Voice from the crowd: Nothing! Shes already been told twice!

Thats not helpful sir...please
interesting way to make a joke about a sensitive issue...and blame it on someone else.

Quite transparent.
 

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