The Worldnetdaily’s Gina Loudon sends us a report from the fantasy world she inhabits, one in which the Democrats are “losing women in droves” and where the Republican Party’s “popularity with ladies has done an about-face.” And she bases this, of course, on her conversations with women who agree with her.
This is yet another example of how completely out of touch the DNC is with its message to women.
Ann Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany and I have spent the entire last year talking to women about what they really want from their government.
It comes down to essentially three things (though women are a bit complicated, so it took us a whole book to break it down):
1) National security – Real women want secure homes and families, and this is the polar opposite of what those in this administration have offered. Under the watch of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and others like Pelosi, Wasserman Schultz and Elizabeth Warren, women around the world are being serially raped, stoned to death and eradicated under Islam.
2) Economic security – Real women want job security. In the video, the Democrat strategist talked about women wanting “more government funding for rape and legal defense for victims.” The problem is that the Democrat machine has made all women victims, and most women strive for more. Women also balance checkbooks, and they know that no matter how many great causes are out there, you can’t give more until you pay your bills. This concept seems to be lost on the Democratic Party.
3) Real freedom – Pay parity is one the Democrats have successfully sold, but it does not match up with what women really want. A recent Forbes study says that more than 85 percent of women agree that they would like to be able to live on one income – something that 50 years of bra-burning feminism has destroyed in their union-hugging, equal-pay tirade.
But don’t take my word for it. A recent Washington Post/ABC poll said that this administration’s popularity with women has done an exact about-face.
But that poll is only about the popularity of a specific president, not about the two parties. Obama’s approval rating is low, but higher among women than among any other group. Meanwhile, the Republicans’ own polling data shows that a majority of women think the Republican party is intolerant and stuck in the past. But Loudon has a fantasy to maintain, so actual data is irrelevant.