Tuesday, September 28, 2004

NPR's spin...

From NPR's Morning edition pieced titles "Bush, Kerry Plead Case for Women's Vote" by Tovia Smith....

Women traditionally tend to vote slightly more Democratic, but this year, they appear to be leaning more toward President Bush amid heightened security concerns.

"I could feel it changed, just talking to ordinary people, people I work out at the Gym I could just feel it changed..."

"It doesn't matter if you have a health care, ehhh, if you aren't going to be safe in your home, minimum wage doesn't matter if , ehhh, you don't have a job to go to, because, you know, terrorists blown up your building."

Dona Sitek (spelling?)
"A Conservative Republican"
Former Speaker of House in New Hampshire

Wow... There are some extra ordinary women in New Hampshire, nothing can deter them from going to the gym. Without health insurance, without minimum wage job AND with all the terrorism in the world they are still brave enough to go to the gym.

As Senator John Edward Said...
"Because the truth is, we still live in two different Americas: one for people who have lived the American Dream and don't have to worry, and another for most Americans who work hard and still struggle to make ends meet. "

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