Majority of Voting Females turn away from failed DEM party, new poll says

Female Voters speak to the failing DEM Party

As the Democrat Party and their lamestream media minions tell it, the Female Vote is both owned and operated by Obama & Co.

This poll tells a different story. In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.

  • 56% of women consider ObamaCare a failure
  • 29% consider ObamaCare a success
  • 53% consider the DEM’s stimulus package a failure
  • 34% consider the DEM’s stimulus package a success
  • A majority of independent women consider the DEM’s stimulus package, auto industry bailout as failures

POLITICO has more on this latest survey of Voting Females:

Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men, spelling trouble for incumbents.

“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in debt, and even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn’t expect.”

Will Voting Females now be targeted as extremist angry enemies by Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, the DNC, the DCCC and DEM candidates struggling to be elected in the upcoming mid-term elections?

 

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57 Responses to Majority of Voting Females turn away from failed DEM party, new poll says

  1. Foxwood says:

    Did you ok the use of VF clones?

  2. Foxwood says:

    The Obutthole Regime is cratering, falling apart. Soros sees it and pulled his money. Sucks to be a Commie.

  3. Foxwood says:

    I would like to put up my list of our Presidents great achievements:

  4. VotingFemale says:

    If they oppose Obama & Co, they have the VF stamp of approval ;)

  5. Foxwood says:

    Why would any “American” say we deserved these attacks? It is my opinion that these “Conservatives” (leftie RINOs) are terrorist sympathizers.

    Let take a few moments and remember these sailors.

    Remember The Cole: 10 Years
    posted at 12:15 pm on October 12, 2010 by Cassy Fiano

    10 years ago today, two Al Qaeda terrorists pulled alongside the USS Cole during a routine refueling in Aden, Yemen and detonated a suicide bomb. It was the deadliest attack on a United States naval vessel since 1987.

    17 sailors were killed. 39 more were wounded. The 17 sailors who died left behind 11 children. Never forget the names of the fallen who gave their lives in service to our country.

    Read more:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/10/12/remember-the-cole-10-years/

  6. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood, the extremism of the Left is leaving a sour taste in the mouths of more and more people… that they attack their opposition as extremists is laughable… morons.

  7. Orca says:

    It is necessary that from time to time people must be educated as to the poison that the liberal progressives spread, and just what the cost of liberty is.
    Obama will go down in history as the person who woke up the sleeping giant and caused it to be filled with a terrible resolve.

  8. Orca says:

    The really good thing is that I do not believe the lesson will be lost in my lifetime.

  9. VotingFemale says:

    Orca, the Socialists thought the owned the country stem to stern.

    The were wrong.

    Now its OUR turn.

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  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Campaign ad.

  12. tellitlikeitis says:

  13. tellitlikeitis says:

    The South Dakota Sara Palin.

  14. tellitlikeitis says:

  15. tellitlikeitis says:

    While conservatives are already celebrating the “Year of the Republican Woman,” thanks to a record number of GOP female candidates for Congress, Democrats fear the opposite trend: the year of the women’s wipeout.

    Three Democratic women first elected to Congress in 1992 — the original “Year of the Woman” — are at risk. Nearly a quarter of the 56 female Democrats in the House are considered vulnerable, including once rising stars like Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona, Betsy Markey of Colorado and Mary Jo Kilroy of Ohio.
    Even if female GOP hopefuls like Sharron Angle in Nevada, Carly Fiorina in California and Kelly Ayotte in New Hampshire make it to the Senate, the elections will still quite likely bring a net loss of women in Congress.

    But the impact will be more than just a gender numbers game: It could have broader implications for policy and the political culture of the Capitol in an era in which women have made a significant impact on the House and the Senate, ranging from passing legislation such as the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act to establishing a Democratic Women’s Working Group and holding key committee leadership positions. The impact of more women in Congress has also trickled down to smaller, cultural changes, like installing breast-feeding rooms for new mothers on the Hill.

    “This should trouble anyone who believes that a Congress should be truly representative of the people it serves,” said Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.), who won a special election to replace Labor Secretary Hilda Solis last year and is the first Chinese-American elected to Congress.

    Other women who helped build the Democratic majority, including Reps. Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, Suzanne Kosmas of Florida, Dina Titus of Nevada, Kathy Dahlkemper of Pennsylvania, Betty Sutton of Ohio, Stephanie Herseth Sandlin of South Dakota and Carol Shea-Porter of New Hampshire, are engaged in some of the most competitive races in the country.

    To be sure, Republican women — inspired, and in some cases promoted, by the party’s brightest star, Sarah Palin — argue that a new class of GOP women might alter the culture and politics of Congress in their own right, especially if Republican leaders give them prominent positions in a new majority.

    But the ousting of a wide swath of Democratic women Nov. 2 would chip away at a generation of female politicians inspired by the 1992 election, which saw a surge of Democratic women inspired to break up the boys’ club of Congress after Anita Hill’s testimony in then-Judge Clarence Thomas’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings the previous year.

    Each of the female senators on the chopping block have been history makers: California’s Barbara Boxer as the first chairwoman of the Environment and Public Works Committee, Arkansas’s Blanche Lincoln as the first chairwoman of the Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee and Washington’s Patty Murray as a prominent member of Senate Democratic leadership. Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski — a Republican now running as an independent — was the first woman elected to the Senate from her state.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43445.html#ixzz12CEWeaSx

  16. Orca says:

    The progressives can own the basement of my outhouse and all it’s contents

  17. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Orca!

    Foxwood, Liberal Females voted out of office is a good thing.

    GO HOME FEMINAZIs! shoo!!!

  18. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  19. Foxwood says:

    Good Morning VF!

    Worked late last night. Getting up late. One of the drawbacks of the new job.

  20. Foxwood says:

    Peaceful Muslim demands that non-Muslims accommodate violent Muslims
    Posted by Robert on October 11, 2010 6:49 AM

    Khalid Latif, a chaplain for New York University, here complains that moderate and peaceful understandings of Islam are being unfairly discounted: “As much as Muslims need to acknowledge the existence of a minority voice that is radicalized, so too does a broader society need to acknowledge the existence of a majority voice that is not radicalized and more importantly condemns radical thought.”

    That’s just great, and I am happy to accommodate him in this. It is also worth noting, however, that a few years ago, when NYU students planned to display the Danish cartoons of Muhammad at a campus event, Latif wrote a letter to NYU President John Sexton, asking that he “not allow these cartoons to be displayed in any shape or form.” Why not? Because “the potential of what might happen after they are shown is something else that should be considered and not taken lightly.” For “the repercussions that would take place outside of the university setting are potentially huge. All over the world Muslims have been coming together over this issue and in New York they would not hesitate in doing the same thing.”

    Read more:

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/10/peaceful-muslim-demands-that-non-muslims-accommodate-violent-muslims.html

  21. VotingFemale says:

    Moderate Muslims want their way, OR ELSE

  22. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Foxwood!

    late to bed lat to rise, makes a man snarly lol

  23. Foxwood says:

    Moderate muslims?

    October 12, 2010
    Palestinians reveal their real agenda
    Jerry Philipson

    Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel has offered to renew the moratorium on building settlements in the West Bank in order for peace talks with the Palestinians to continue. Palestinians have said that that they will not continue with the talks if the moratorium was lifted. Netanyahu has acceded to their wishes, asking in return that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state. The Palestinians have categorically replied that they are unwilling to do so, which means that the peace talks are dead and that they have killed them.

    Read more:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2010/10/palestinians_reveal_their_real.html

  24. Foxwood says:

    Baring any outages, I’m taking it easy today. I got paperwork and I need to wash my truck. I have cellsite inspections tomorrow and my truck will be looked at just because it’s there.

  25. Foxwood says:

    Wished I could find a video. Jerry Brown was booed in last nights debate for his wh*re excuse.

  26. VotingFemale says:

    Jerry Brown is a Damn Socialist Sexist PIG!

  27. VotingFemale says:

    That vid is worth doing a post

  28. Foxwood says:

    Jerry Brown
    Jerry Brown
    He’s a clown
    That Jerry Brown
    He’s gonna get caught
    Just you wait n see.
    “Why’s every body always pickin’ on me”

  29. VotingFemale says:

    Did you see Brown whining that his conversation was recorded touting illegality?

    the moron cant even operate a telephone… left a voice message and failed to disconnect the call.

    He looks like a jack ass.

  30. Foxwood says:

    I heard Barney was flustered as he filibustered.

  31. Foxwood says:

    Moonbeam is a Jack Ass.

    I apologize to Jack Asses… :(

  32. Orca says:

    Way back when it was if it’s brown flush it, things have not changed at all
    the guy is out for himself and no one else.
    He is another,” you don’t know what you need but I do”
    The people voted in prop 8 as attorney general it is his job to defend it because the people overwhelmingly voted for it, He refused cause he did not like it, pond scum nothing more.

  33. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Orca.

    If it’s yellow,
    let it mellow.
    If it’s Brown,
    flush it down.

  34. VotingFemale says:

    ahh yes. 1978 California… water shortage.

    I was there in Silicon Alley.

    Orca says

    Way back when it was if it’s brown flush it,

  35. Foxwood says:

    Bachmann rakes in unprecedented $5.4 million since July
    Posted by Eric Roper
    Last update: October 13, 2010 – 9:13 AM

    U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s campaign has raised about $5.4 million since July, campaign spokesman Sergio Gor said Tuesday night.

    That’s more than any Minnesota congressional candidate has raised in an entire election — Bachmann took in $3.5 million in 2008. The $5 million boost brings Bachmann’s fundraising total this cycle to just about $10 million.

    Read more:

    http://www.startribune.com/politics/104825494.html?elr=KArks7PYDiaK7DU2EPaL_V_9E7ODiUiD3aPc:_Yyc:aUoD3aPc:_27EQU

  36. Foxwood says:

    Wow! Got a thank you letter from Sheriff Joe Arpaio. I sent him my 1968 book “True Grit” last year because Sheriff Joe reminds me of John Wayne and because he has True Grit. They must get alot of mail. The letter is going in my library.

  37. VotingFemale says:

    Can you photograph the letter from Sheriff Joe, redact you name if you wish, and send me a copy???

    Would love to see it!

  38. VotingFemale says:

    am finishing up a blogpost, and have another one on the burner…

  39. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Afternoon everyone!

    Biden, Obama’s Traveling Salesman, Makes Hard Sell to Voters

    He’s flown 330,000 miles since taking office, the equivalent of circling the globe 13 times, much of it campaigning for Democrats and telling anxious voters that the $814 billion stimulus measure is working. Vice President Joe Biden knows it’s a hard sell.

    “Less bad is never good enough,” Biden said in an interview on board Air Force Two on Oct. 8, the same day that Labor Department figures showed the jobless rate held steady at 9.6 percent in September, the last yardstick before voters in the Nov. 2 elections determine which party controls Congress.

    “Voters want to be told the truth,” Biden said on the way to Madison, Wisconsin, jacketless, kneeling against the back of an airplane seat and holding gold-trimmed aviator sunglasses. “They want to know, ‘Tell me, man, do I have a shot?’” he said, his enthusiasm undeterred by a cold.

    With unemployment topping 9.5 percent for 14 straight months, Biden is having difficulty trumpeting the 3.3 million jobs created or saved by the White House’s economic stimulus.

    “It’s just really hard to convince people that when there weren’t, up until the first of the year, when there weren’t net new jobs it’s awful hard to say, ‘It’s working,’” he said at the end of a three-state campaign swing Oct. 7-8 for four Democratic candidates in Wisconsin, Missouri, and Washington. “It’s counterintuitive.”

    Middle-Class Emissary

    As President Barack Obama’s emissary to middle-class voters, Biden has visited 27 cities in 17 states, stumping for 24 Democratic candidates in just the last month.

    Eleven of those stops were in middle-income areas of Pennsylvania and Ohio, where Obama was defeated in the 2008 primaries and Biden’s middle-class roots — he grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania — may be an asset.

    When Biden meets people in a crowd he cups their faces, pinches their cheeks, and eagerly poses for pictures. At a recent rally he teased one woman: “Can I have my picture taken with you?”

    “He’s certainly got much more of a common touch than Obama does, there’s no question about that,” said Ross Baker, a political science professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

    Still Biden, 67, has “a colossal selling job” to do, saidBaker. “You’re talking about mass merchandising at a time when the value of the product is uncertain.”

    Childhood Memories

    Biden draws on his own childhood, the son of a car salesman who was laid off, to tell voters he feels their pain.

    “I am angry, I am angry because I see what happened to middle-class people,” Biden said at a fundraising dinner for Senate candidate Robin Carnahan in Springfield, Missouri.

    “People like my parents, like my family, people I know, people I grew up with, who have just been battered by the greed, battered by the indifference,” he said, his voice reaching a crescendo.

    Carnahan is running against Republican Representative Roy Blunt for Senator Kit Bond’s Senate seat. The contest is on the non-partisan Cook Political Report’s list of the 11 most competitive U.S. Senate races.

    Biden sent Obama a 25-page report released Oct. 1 that said the stimulus has created or preserved 3.3 million jobs and is on pace to create the intended 3.5 million jobs. The money was obligated quickly and with little fraud, the report said.

    Voter Skepticism

    In an Oct. 7-10 Bloomberg National Poll, 52 percent of likely voters said the stimulus package for state and local governments would weaken the economy or make no difference, compared with 44 percent who said it would make the economy stronger. Sixty percent said they disapprove of Obama’s handling of the budget deficit, which ballooned in part because of the stimulus. And 53 percent said they disapproved of Obama’s record of job creation. The poll of 721 likely voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.7 percentage points.

    “People aren’t blaming Obama for the fact there’s a recession; they’re blaming him for the fact that it’s going on so long,” said James Bennett, 39, an information technology worker in Tacoma, Washington.

    Republicans, who need a net gain of 39 seats to gain a majority in the 435-member House and a 10-seat pickup to take over the Senate, are seizing on the administration’s communication challenge.

    In Washington state, Republican challenger Dino Rossi is running television advertisements accusing Senator Patty Murray of being “in the other Washington” while “we face lost jobs, lost savings and falling home prices.”

    “She says she works for Washington, the question is which one?” the ad says.

    On a rainy day in Tacoma, Biden told a crowd of about 1,000 people at an outdoor rally for Murray that he welcomes the fight.

    Boxer’s Jab

    “These rich guys always underestimate us, that’s one thing that I kind of like about it, that’s one of the parts of my job I’ve enjoyed over the years, a little straight left and a right hook, it works,” Biden said, imitating a boxer’s jabs, wearing a purple raincoat and baseball cap with the University of Washington insignia. Later on as the sun broke through he took off his jacket and rolled up his shirtsleeves.

    Republicans say the stimulus didn’t live up to Obama’s billing.

    “The massive growth of the federal government didn’t result in a similar growth of jobs,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement released Oct. 8.

    Rebuts Republicans

    Biden, in the interview, called Republican criticism “phony” and said the Labor Department report “shows how wrong they were” in limiting assistance for states. He said more jobs would have been created if Republicans had approved an additional $150 billion originally in the stimulus and the creation of an infrastructure bank.

    Democrats aren’t running on the administration’s accomplishments like health-care and financial-regulatory overhaul and the stimulus because “it’s just too hard to explain,” Biden said. “It sort of a branding, I mean you know they kind of want the branding more at the front end.”

    In contrast to Obama’s style, Biden speaks to voters like they are his neighbors and often has been accused of speaking too honestly and too much.

    “You’re the dullest audience I’ve ever spoken to,” Biden chided 340 people paying more attention to their scrambled eggs and bacon than to him at an Oct. 7 fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett in Madison, Wisconsin.

    “It’s the message itself, not the messenger,” said Baker. “It’s certainly not the strength of his persuasive powers but rather the receptivity of people.”

  40. VotingFemale says:

    Hi tellit!

    please repost that to the new blogpost

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