Can Obama Buy Women’s Love?


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Women’s groups are yelling foul at an Administration ban on abortion coverage in an insurance program for people with pre-existing conditions. It says “abortions will not be covered” in the plan “except in cases of rape or incest, or where the life of the woman would be endangered” Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said, “We are deeply disappointed.”

Bob Herbert, a black op-ed columnist for The New York Times wrote in June that the president’s “excessively cautious approach to the national security and civil liberties outrages of the Bush administration are unacceptable, and the organizations and individuals committed to fairness, justice and the rule of law — the Center for Constitutional Rights, the American Civil Liberties Union, and many others — should intensify their effort.”

A Fox News opinion poll of voters July 15 found that only 43 percent of voters approved of the job Obama is doing, 48 percent disapproved. A year ago, the report said, 47 percent approved of his policies. A July 27 Fox poll showed voters gave Congress an approval rating of only 21 percent and a disapproval rating of 71 percent. Other polls had similar results.

Many American women are fervently opposed to the Administration and Congressional policies. Under Obama, “the Democrats are unlashing a bevy of unpalatable surprises for women, including massive up-front government expansions and enormous tax increases that produce problems for American women and their families,” said a report from the Concerned Women for America (CWFA) in May. It was written by Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., senior fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute. That’s the think tank for Concerned Women for America. Concerned Women for America is the country’s largest public policy women’s organization. It emphasizes family, sanctity of life, education, religious liberty and national sovereignty.

“In just 18 months,” Crouse wrote, “the current administration has produced extraordinary ‘change’; indeed, it threatens a huge ‘transformation’ of America. The majority of citizens not only disapprove of the ‘changes’ and ‘transformations,’ they actively oppose them. Citizens have picketed, protested, held town halls to express their opposition, and responded to poll after poll indicating their overwhelming opposition to the actions of the Democrat majority and the socialist agenda of the President.”

Crouse wrote that “women and families are the ones who bear the brunt of Obamanomics’ income redistribution,” A tenet of Obama’s health care law. It “was not immediately clear that women and families were the ones bearing the brunt of the new taxation hidden in ObamaCare. Supporters didn’t talk about the bill’s marriage penalty—the fact that it will redistribute wealth from married couples to cohabiting couples.” And “Nobody talked about the fact that the bill penalizes those employers that hire low-income workers, primarily single mothers and housewives needing a second income. So, instead of encouraging single mothers to marry the father of their children and to become financially independent by facilitating job growth, ObamaCare creates another avenue of dependency through health insurance subsidies.”

She also wrote that some argue that ObamaCare “will destroy marriage for the middle class the same way that the Great Society welfare state destroyed the black family with financial incentives for staying single. Many pro-marriage activists view” ObamaCare as “a direct attack on marriage.”

She continued, saying, “There is no way to address poverty in America without addressing the problem of single mothers and absent fathers. “ Yet the health care law “does exactly the opposite…promoting single motherhood and discouraging marriage. These subsidies are just one more of the numerous financial incentives in current government policy” encouraging rejection of marriage—“the Earned Income Tax credit, housing subsidies, food stamps, child support payments, and the welfare dependency programs that created and sustained the inner city matriarchal culture.”

The aura of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is exciting “right-thinking” women throughout the nation. On July 8 she posted on her Facebook a new video called “Mama Grizzlies.” The former Vice Presidential candidate is recruiting and endorsing GOP women across the country—spooking the Democrats. She’s not on any ballot, but she’s endorsing candidates for the November election with considerable success. She says on her video that this year “will be remembered as the year common-sense conservative women get things done for our country.” You betcha.

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  • http://intensedebate.com/people/Reason_For_Life Reason_For_Life

    Can Obama Buy Women’s Love?

    Maybe Obama ought to talk to Eliot Spitzer and ask him how buying a woman's love worked out for him.

  • posse101

    money for abortions, child care, welfare and women of color. he's buying their vote. they're whores and they don't even know it. no wonder most of them are "unmarried."

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/posse101 posse101

    women speaking in support of Obama reminds me of the Vagina Monologues. only those vaginas had brains.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/posse101 posse101

    i'd like to do some community organizing with the Obama supporter in the middle of the picture. do you think she'd go for a chubby, 62 year old Republican honkey? please advise.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/Rifleman Rifleman

    Love can't be bought, but votes can, and nobody in the history of the world has spent more money buying votes than the dp and hussein.

    • Dennis X

      Ever heard of meg whitman?

      • Rifleman

        Sure have

  • Cuban Refugee

    Obama couldn't even buy me a drink. His appearance on "The View" was a transparent, desperate attempt to appeal to the same airheads who would fall for the propaganda he and his lackeys used during the presidential campaign. As he is now again in Dear Leader "campaign mode," saturating the airwaves with his presence, I imagine most women will be doing what I do every day: hit the Mute button.

  • blotto

    Suzanne Malveaux, black commentator and activists, said that affirmative action is basically for white women and that black women should side with white women until they get into postions of power. And after that they can take away the positions of white women and give them to blacks.

    If white women are this stupid to be bought off like this knowing that it is their dollars paying the freight of those living off government largesse then they deserve what they get.

  • USMCSniper

    Yn Coulter had it right on about American women and voting: COULTER: If we took away women's right to vote, we'd never have to worry about another Democrat president. It's kind of a pipe dream, it's a personal fantasy of mine, but I don't think it's going to happen. And it is a good way of making the point that women are voting so stupidly, at least single women. It also makes the point, it is kind of embarrassing, the Democratic Party ought to be hanging its head in shame, that it has so much difficulty getting real men to vote for it. I mean, you do see it’s the party of women and 'We’ll pay for your health care and your kids tuition and day care — and here, what else can we give you, soccer moms?'

  • johnnywood

    Vote Democrat. It is much easier than thinking.