In 2008, the POS got elected in part because 56% of female voters went for him. Unmarried women in particular went whole hog for Obama over McCain 70% vs. 29%.
But American women are finally coming to their senses.
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H/t FOTM’s beloved Joan & Tina.
P.S. The coming-to-their-senses of American women is one reason why I vehemently disagree with Ann Barnhardt. In her blog of September 1, 2012, she bemoaned the passage of the 19th Amendment that extended suffrage, the right to vote, to females. (Since Barnhardt’s website has no search function nor a “click” function to upload an individual essay, to find that essay you’ll have to go to her webpage and ask your web browser to search for “19th Amendment”. Alternately, you can go to this blog to read her essay.)
@Ann: The solution is to inform and persuade American women. The solution is NOT to take the right to vote from women!
Besides, by Barnhardt’s “reasoning,” since 96% of black voters went for Obama in 2008, we should also abolish the 15th Amendment that prohibits the denial of suffrage based on race. And since Obama won the under age 30 crowd by 34% in 2008, we should also abolish the 26th Amendment that lowers the voting age to 18 years. Then there are the 77% of Jewish Americans who voted for Obama in 2008….