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  1. CobbGOPer says:

    I’m sure the Democrats are, so they can continue their “War on Women” campaign by making Karen a poster child for the Romney/GOP social agenda.

    Even though Romney doesn’t really have one, they’ll demagogue him for it anyway. This just gives them an extra point of discussion.

    • tdk790 says:

      Par for the course. Previous comments by UpHere:
      – Regarding redistricting: “Biggest loser: Tom Price. Maybe he shouldn’t have jumped Deal’s campaign the year before redistricting.”
      – Regarding 400 tolls coming down: “It was the entire north Fulton delegation, if you remember, that supported Deal over Handel in the first place at been considerable harm.”

    • Charlie says:

      Romney put himself squarely in the manufactured “war on women” debate by qualifying to be the Republican nominee. The rest was the predetermined wedge the Dems selected over a year ago.

      • caroline says:

        Your first line is true. The second line is not. The GOP put themselves in this position by the legislation they have written in a lot of states. All Obama is going to have to do is point out the mandatory probe legislation etc. I mean Ryan even sponsored the “personhood” amendment that went down even in a state like MS. So, yeah, Obama was going to try to this with whoever was the GOP nominee but the GOP has given him the ammunition to do it with.

  2. Dave Bearse says:

    Great timing for a book that based on the title, will construct an alternate reality that the Komen disaster that Handel had a central role in creating was caused by Planned Parenthood.

    And the damage continues. It’s only been about two weeks since it was announced that Komen CEO Brinker is taking a new role within the organization, and that the Komen President and two board members are resigning. Since the announcement, US Congressmen Cliff Stearns, whose Planned Parent investigation was the excuse cited Handel when the fiasco was initiated, and which never did turn up anything, got deposed in a primary.

  3. AMB says:

    Exactly. Thank you Charlie for pointing out why thinking women vote democratic. If you appreciate your uterus being used as a political football, stay with the GOP.
    Ryan is an anti- abortionist, anti-birth control religious nut case. In no way, shape, or form should such a dangerous man be near power. Add in his manlove for military spending while cutting the care net to ribbons and you have the perfect anti-woman candidate.

    • Charlie says:

      The talking points are strong with you. But you fail to realize every time you put down someone who is religous, you’re not just attacking men with your war on women meme. Good luck with that.

  4. AMB says:

    I only discuss religion and Ryan because he is Roman Catholic and uses that’s religion’s outmoded teachings on family planning as the basis for making laws. He is the one using religion as a sledgehammer.

    • Charlie says:

      You’re only discussing it because it’s programmed into your talking points that you no longer even realize are talking points. You believe anyone who is Christain is a “nut” in your world, yet you expect anyone that goes against Planned Parenthood is waging a war on women.

      You need to back away from the keyboard and go study the concept of Venn Diagrams.

      • AMB says:

        You are assuming me to be anti-Christian. That is not true and a distraction. And you know it. Please raise the level of your argument.

  5. Stefan says:

    I am not going to read this book, but I would read a book by Karen Handel about the governor’s race – not a book explaining her plan/polemic to lead/warn America/Georgia/The Republican Party into the next Golden Age/Purgatory/New York Suburb because of the values instilled in her at a young age/boarding school/college/Second Lady’s office by a passing farmhand/mother/father/expired DC MetroCard, that someone who loses a major election often writes to make themselves relevant again. I mean one about what a campaign against entrenched powers is really like from someone who experienced it. I think people would actually read that book.

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