Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Oh, The Irony! Women Will Decide The Election Today

In an election year that has seen gender totally ignored (trans. berated, denigrated, and politically destroyed)...

Women Are Majority of Undecided Voters; Gender Gap Persists in National and State Polls

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Oct. 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Women are a
majority of undecided voters in the 2008 presidential race, as they were in
past elections, according to the Center for American Women and Politics
For example, a new poll from the Pew Research Center for the People
and the Press, conducted two weeks before election day, finds that women
are 60 percent of all undecided registered voters and 61 percent of
undecided registered white voters.
The Pew poll is the only recent poll
with a large enough sample to allow a meaningful breakdown of undecided
voters by gender and race.

Overall, 8 percent of those polled by Pew are undecided, with fewer
non-white than white registered voters having not yet chosen a candidate.

Six percent of non-white voters overall and 4 percent of African-American
voters are undecided; however, the numbers within these groups are too
small to analyze gender differences. Among whites, 10 percent of women and
7 percent of men have not yet made choices
in the presidential race.

How will it end?

Will women break for Obama, or will they go all mavericky for McCain?

My prediction: undecided women --in states where undecided voters matter today-- will make their decisions based on a single issue, like the Supreme Court or National Security.

Time will tell.

Tick. Tock.

Number of days since Donna Brazile promised to leave the party if superdelegates decided the Dem nominee:

Donna has known for a long time now that superdelegates would be necessary for any Dem candidate to win the nomination this year. Ask Donna when she intends to keep her promise.
Don't hold your breath awaiting a reply.

Here's Donna now...

"For the great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances, as though they were realities, and are often more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are."
-Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and


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