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Monday, October 09, 2006

GOP Losing "Don't Want My Kids Molested" Moms

Not sure if they're the same as Soccer Moms or Security Moms, though:

After winning over moms in back-to-back elections, Republicans have lost their advantage among married women with children this year.

The Republican Party has seen the support of people like Jeannette Hopkins evaporate.

A 30-year-old married mother of two and a Republican, Hopkins voted for President Bush in 2004. But she says she probably will support the Democrat in her congressional district this fall "because of the way that everything's been handled" with the GOP in charge of Congress and Bush in the White House.

"We're in a really scary place right now," Hopkins said recently. She vented about what she called the gone-on-too-long Iraq war, a sluggish economy, the bungled Hurricane Katrina response and a continuing terrorism threat.

Nobody could have anticipated that fucking up so badly when your party controls all the levers of power would result in voters becoming disgruntled.

ntodd

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NTodd

Thank you for the thoughtful posts - esp. today on North Korea. The short sightedness, belligerance in the face of competing thoughts and determination to see all issues through the (veil) of "moral clarity" may just bring on his Armageddon.

Your katz make me happy, tho

Posted by: zoe | Oct 9, 2006 5:31:11 PM

It's interesting to note the lens they take to this story. There are no questions about what these women think of Bush's policies on women's issues.

Posted by: Echidne of the snakes | Oct 9, 2006 7:26:15 PM

One thing about those Republicans: it's not impotent fury.

Posted by: Righteous Bubba | Oct 10, 2006 10:50:06 AM

'cuz torture they were cool with. but sex? my god they have sex? what's this country coming to?

Posted by: dan mcenroe | Oct 10, 2006 2:27:35 PM

Well regardless of what it is, the republicans have it all screwed up... no pun intended, or was it..

Posted by: funny gift idea | Oct 19, 2006 4:13:50 PM

I have always been a hardcore republican but bush's administration has screwed up everything it has gotten it's hand on and I am seriously thinking of turning democratic...

Posted by: Brad Henry | Oct 19, 2006 4:15:46 PM

thanks for this topic..

Posted by: ankara nakliyat | Sep 6, 2009 7:27:31 AM

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