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    Politix has strong republican bias. They are trying to help republicans recapture political office. Another reason they run it. They got you to read it, that is why publishers, publish. Even on the internet.
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    @PoliticalSpice LMAO!!!!! Mary Noble, aka PolitixMary is about as liberal as they get. Sorry, the skewed articles posted here seem to come from from far left news sources than anywhere else.
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    @methinks well at least you didn't start foaming at the mouth, like some would to my comment. Liberal, perhaps, but the articles here are very far from far left, I can assure you.
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    I agree. I was a little offended by the comment of women being called "low-information voters" that read fashion magazines. Sounds too much like Obama groupies, lol
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    @hwyangel It's not just the women that read these magazines, but also the entire pop culture group that spends more energy following Twitter feeds from their favorite celebrities, arguing over American Idol, or intently watching the latest Survivor episode. It's these same people that when asked on the street who the VP or House Speaker is, have no clue. It's these mindless idiots that shouldn't be voting at all!

    As for the Obama groupies, that's all of Hollywood with their $35,000 a plate fundraisers they had for him this year.
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    Translation: Republicans need to pander to the immaturity of the populace.
    Liberalism is immaturity cloaked with the pretense of moral and intellectual superiority.
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    Not going to do much good when you run on a platform of smaller government and turn around and try to tell women what they can't and can't do with their own bodies. The GOP needs a mental douche and start rethinking their 16th century ideologies regarding religion and women rights.
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    What a stupid idea. Who is this guy? Who are the women in his life? Or perhaps there are none, which explains a lot. The GOP doesn't need to attract women voters, low-information or otherwise. We don't necessarily need to be understood, either, just respected and appreciated. Hear that, Republicans?
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    So republicans should read junkie magazine that tell women to screw men over? Especially BLACK men? I guess it would help some to help the GOP understand why females vote democrat. One is I suspect most women do not understand the following: basics of capitalism, why guns are important, why everyone cannot be equal but instead all must have equal opportunities, why the abortion factory outlet/planned parenthood is a secret eugenics program, why koman needs cancer, how the National Organization of Women was founded by a known and overt communist, as was planned parenthood.

    There needs to be a class in high school that every female student must take and pass. It should be called "Evils of forced equality." Lesson 1: All people should have equal OPPORTUNITIES. Not be forced equal via quotas.
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    maybe Democrat should stop reading women's magazines. anybody who's living with a woman for more than 24 days knows they're not the most rational creature on earth
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    @Cheenoguy they lack smoothness. That's why they lost the women vote. I think I know what the problem is, republican see women as another species.
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    If the GOP wants to survive they have to change everything they stand for the rich don't need protecting gays want to be married so let em global warming is real its time to try to do something about it and stop trying to cheat to win races win by doing the right thing
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    I fathom a REP based mag called the Stepford featuring submissively sex hungry naked women with special features like Michele Bachmann lookalike contests and other sex based propaganda catering to the modern day cromagnon style of living in the 21st century.
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    Yeah, the Republican women's magazine could be called, "B & P Magazine,(Barefoot and Pregnant). Other suggestions, "Subservient Quarterly," "Sit Down, Shut Up, Listen Digest," "Yes Dear."
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    What's with the barrage of 'Republican's oughta' articles? Is this supposed to compensate for Obummers camp getting called out on Benghazi?
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    So Republicans should pretend to be something they are not, but hold to their belief structure?
    What happens if they win a race and then do the opposite of what they campaigned on?
    Voters are slow to pay attention, but I think they'd catch on to that pretty quickly, and then the Republican brand would be fatally damaged.
    The Republican party is pretty much a lost cause until they cast out the extreme right wing.
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    That is soo ridiculous. republican men are smarter economically and also treat women
    better...I mean they don't leave them to go on welfare once they get them pregnant...
    They are more responsible than that...and wouldn't want their child to be a victim of the
    system. It seems to me Lib men don't care how many kids they have, they just think the
    government will take care of them, of course there are exceptions to everything...
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    As long as the liberal media feeds the women "GOP war on WOMEN" propaganda, its no wonder the women are scared of the GOP
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    It isn't the media portraying the GOP as anti-women, it's the GOP itself. And BTW, we're not "scared of the GOP," we just know a misogynist when we see one.
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    Advice straight from Clint Eastwood in "Heartbreak Ridge." Don't recall that it helped him all that much later on, as in the Chair Monologue.
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    I love the irony of the Diaz cover.

    "We have a voice now, and we’re not using it, and women have so much to lose. I mean, we could lose the right to our bodies…if you think that rape should be legal, then don’t vote. But if you think that you have a right to your body, and you have a right to say what happens to you and fight off that danger of losing that, then you should vote…" Cameron Diaz 2004
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