Why is the Hilary Rosen comment still relevant? Consider that this woman has been forced to apologize, forced to backtrack, and has been treated like dirt by both parties. Is there this “War on Women” that Democrats have been touting? What’s going on here? I honestly believe that both candidates have nothing better to show for the economy, which is what people really need. It isn’t good rhetoric and doesn’t make a good show when a candidate says, “yup we need more jobs.” Then you take into consideration the issue of foreigners, and other things like that candidates don’t want to touch that. The other issues there are to look at our social. For some reason politicians seem to be tired of gay people, so they have decided to dust off an oldie, but a goodie, abortion and birth control. It seems to me that both sides of the political spectrum are trying to get votes, well that’s obvious, and they are playing now to their core bases. Either extreme liberals or extreme conservatives and that is how you win a primary, but that isn’t how you win a general election. I wonder if this will die down and the real issues of the nation will be heard after the primaries are locked up officially.tso
Rosen Comment: war on women?