Obama’s Support Among Women Remains High

The IRS commissioner made 157 trips to the White House, probably to discuss spontaneous YouTube protests and the Obama balanced budget, or perhaps Obama’s plans to beef up school security.

Many people with feminine personalities fall into codependency, and are satisfied by ridiculous lies in a thoroughly abusive relationship.

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20 Responses to Obama’s Support Among Women Remains High

    • Streetcred says:

      Obummer ‘sturmtruppen’ in training exercise … what with innocent Asian woman suffering gunshot wounds and having their pick shot up by ‘law enforcement’ to handicapped citizens being beaten ‘black and blue’ … seems like the training is paying dividends.

  1. David says:

    I can’t lie I always liked Stevie Nicks.

  2. R. de Haan says:

    Check this out: A secret Conn. bill proposal has surfaced designed to hide records surrounding the shooting from the public. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_SCHOOL_SHOOTING_TRANSPARENCY?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-06-02-11-42-39

  3. Robertv says:

    Obama Supporters (mostly women)


  4. jeffk says:

    Women are naturally more prone to Stockholm Syndrome. It’s a genetic anomaly dating back to survival instincts in caveman days, when one tribe was conquered by another tribe. The men in their tribe were killed, and the women would be raped and/or immigrated into the conquering tribe, where she would learn their beliefs and ways of doing things — for survival.
    This is why most women gullibly fall for the Obama agenda and leftist politics in general. They think they’ll be more secure if a strongman is in power over everybody. Never mind they always fail and insecurity follows.
    See:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome

  5. Not this woman. I want him tried, convicted, and shipped off to Gitmo forever.

  6. margaret berger says:

    Yes Jeffk, all of that and we were programmed to be “caregivers”. We can’t take care of everyone by ourselves and we know it so we want help. So we (present company not included) vote for those who will help us take care of everyone and praise us and value us for our selflessness. Sigh. It makes me want to puke.

  7. Justa Joe says:

    “Ideas are far more powerful than guns. We don’t allow our enemies to have guns, why should we allow them to have ideas?” – Joseph Stalin

    This sums up the administration’s directives for the IRS.

  8. mogur2013 says:

    Where did you find such a crappy quality video of Stevie?

  9. Andy DC says:

    The Republicans should stick to the economy and Obama’s incompetence, while adopting a more libertarian stand on social issues. If they continue their hard right approach in that regard, they will probably keep turning off most women. Especially if Hillary runs.

    • McCain tried being a watered down Democrat. It didn’t work very well.

      • Richard T. Fowler says:

        So did Romney!

        Andy, you say that Republicans are being “hard right” on social issues and it’s costing them elections. I happen to think they have drifted considerably to the left of center socially in the last 20 years, and that it has become an extreme hard-left social stance in the last 8-12 years. And I happen to think that correcting this social hard-left-turn would actually get them more votes rather than less.

        Potato, po-tah-to. (Or is that, “potatoe, po-tah-to”??) 🙂

        RTF

        • tel0 says:

          The conservatives in the US offer little to the libertarians and genuine believers in small government. For that matter, the Democrats also hate small government… and that’s why so few people bother voting.

        • gator69 says:

          Hey Telo! You are absolutely correct. I believe Andy’s comment was misunderstood. Neither Skeeter nor McCain offered anything close to libertarian answers.

          I work in a large city and the majority of my coworkers are black, and they want me to run for office. I explain the differences between libertarian views and those of progressives (dems and reps), and they get it. I show them the cause and effect of current politics and their personal lives, and they understand that less government is better government.

    • gofer says:

      You don’t realize how many votes they have lost because of drifting away from conservative principles. We don’t want a democrat lite or Republicans who just accept Democrat proposals and try to “adapt” to their own.

  10. margaret berger says:

    I always vote. I don’t believe in cutting my nose off to spite my face. I hold my nose and vote. When mccain ran I put his sign in my yard. i covered his name with duct tape so that just the Palin name would show. Romany got a sign and an empty chair.

  11. Richard T. Fowler says:

    Telo,

    I believe in small government. In fact, I would argue that one cannot be considered a U.S. conservative if one hates or opposes small government. Such a person would properly be referred to as a “liberal”.

    Mark Levin, on his radio show today, warned of the danger of “not discussing what’s going on” in the Republican Party right now. He made this warning because he says certain elements — socially and morally liberal elements — of the party’s leadership are pushing hard on him to refrain from discussing it.

    He then stated:

    “We have a dysfunctional family in the Republican Party. We’ve got people going off in their own direction, people making deals in the shadows [. . . .]”

    Rush Limbaugh, not exactly a bastion of social and moral conservatism (actually pretty middle-of-the-road in that regard), has made similar comments on numerous occasions. Because he has reason to believe that this effort to impose social liberalism on the Republican Party is a well-orchestrated effort to splinter conservatives and thus render them indefinitely a non-factor in elections.

    Hannity has also made occasional allusions to the matter, as has Mark Steyn.

    These people are not your run-of-the-mill commentators. They are well-connected, so they are in an above-average position to know what’s really going on.

    It is against this backdrop that comments like Andy’s are (and should be) evaluated.

    RTF

  12. manicbeancounter says:

    I don’t think that most women think like abused women. But I do think that the climate science consensus wants everyone to be a submissive and accepting of their opinions as the most abusive men.
    http://manicbeancounter.com/2013/06/06/abused-women-and-claims-of-climate-consensus/

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