Second Presidential Debate Indicates Two Clashing Views Of Women

Just before yesterday’s debate, a USA Today/Gallup poll showed Gov. Mitt Romney taking the lead over President Barack Obama. The lead was largely attributed to more women giving their support to the governor. As I wrote yesterday, this suggests that maybe, just maybe, women care about more than “pelvic politics” (abortion, contraception, abortion and abortion).

The debates gave considerable evidence of each candidate’s view of women.

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6 thoughts on “Second Presidential Debate Indicates Two Clashing Views Of Women

  1. Robert Morin says:

    Slava Isusu Khristu vo v’iki v’ikov (Glory to Jesus Christ forever)!

    I agree, that Romney hasn’t exactly been as consistent about this whole issue as he could have been, but all Romney wants to do is win November, then let his real plans take over after he felt he made his point, and won in the polls, and in the electoral college. Although he is only looking for a general consensus vote, then he’ll let his Catholic issue stance take over after winning. I think that’s his real plan. We’ll soon find out for sure.

  2. Rich says:

    I love this thoughtful and indepth analysis of the situation. In the extensive reseach she was able to uncover the realities that have been missed by the usual pundits. This comprehensive arguement is so complelte convincing, that Women have jumped out of the Binders everywhere to declare their undying admiration for the ultra-feminist with a strong Catholic approach to the economic struggles of everyday families.
    Thank you Pia for ths enlieghtenment. I am sure that no one could have faced the election without this spiritual guidances and political assessment.

  3. Aimee says:

    No, it’s more likely due to the fact that “etch-a-sketch” Mitt abandoned his abortion stance that he held durin the primaries, and now (again) supports a women’s right to choose. He even said that employers shouldn’t be able to tell their employees that they can’t include birth control and abortion inducing drugs in their health plans. The new Mitt Romney just washed away his previous statements and some women are just stupid to think he cares at all about anything except his “binder full of women”.

    1. Shawn says:

      Where are your sources for that statement that he said He even said that employers shouldn’t be able to tell their employees
      that they can’t include birth control and abortion inducing drugs in
      their health plans
      ? Nice use of liberal talking points though, I guess I should ask you in what way is Obama going to limit abortions and abortion spending? Oh wait, he isn’t…

      1. Rich says:

        Shawn keep ignoring the facts to justify selling out your faith. This isn’t about abortion for you if you are not challenging Romney on what he is actually saying these days. Romney’s truth is not like God’s truth. Romney’s truth changes.

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