Kathleen Parker writes in the Washington Post about what women are really looking for this November when they cast their ballots. As you probably have guessed, women are not the monolithic voting block that they are often portrayed to be by those on the left. Thus, the idea that there is a “war on women”, does not resonate as profoundly with all women as many of those on the left might think. Rather, women are concerned about issues far more profound, and “unladylike” (as many on the democratic side suggest) such as budget deficits and the economy. Perhaps this is why in the recent slate of polls that have come out since the debate, women have dramatically begun leaning towards Gov. Romney. Is that because Romney has change his position on abortion, or federally mandated contraception provisions? Nope. It’s the economy (and women aren’t stupid).
What women really want (this November)
Posted on October 10, 2012 ·