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Washington Times: 'Frantic' women voted against 'their real concerns


The lead editorial in the Washington Times today makes the case that women helped deliver the election for President Obama by voting against their interests:

Women’s frantic insistence on their right to birth control and abortion will play a huge role in America’s loss of its historic freedoms. Mr. Obama’s second term promises to bring more economic woes, ever-greater threats from foreign enemies and further division in an increasingly polarized nation. Instead of voting for their real concerns, more than half of the nation’s women yielded to scare tactics. In the interest of keeping their birth control, they ceded control of our nation’s future to a president who does not have our nation’s best interests at heart.


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