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(Talking Points Memo)   Women: "So about your abortion policies..." Romney: "Look, I know what you actually care about is jobs." Women: "While we do care about the economy, I'd like to confirm that you're pro-choice?" Romney: "I'm pro-jobs"   (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 14
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2012-10-22 12:03:19 PM  
6 votes:
What Romney understands, subby, and you apparently do not (nor does Obama) is that having jobs teaches women about responsibility. Women who have learned about responsibility do not become accidentally pregnant. Women who do not become accidentally pregnant, in turn, do not require abortions. Therefore, supporting full employment for women in fact renders the entire abortion question moot. It's no wonder that Obama wants to continue making such noise about it.
2012-10-22 12:09:19 PM  
3 votes:
I saw a hilarious new Romney ad featuring women purported to be disappointed 2008 Obama voters who are voting Romney now. One says "the two most important issues for me this election are the debt and divisiveness and Obama hasn't fixed either of them."

Seems legit.
2012-10-22 01:19:29 PM  
2 votes:

cirby: Democrats: "We need this election to be about something we like. Abortion, for example."

Everyone else: "Jobs. We need jobs. Not that many people really CARE about abortions, and it's not a big priority for the Republicans right now, either."

Democrats: "No - it has to be abortions. We screwed up the jobs thing so bad, and all of our other 'priorities' aren't catching on, so we want all of the reporters to keep asking about abortion. Here - we'll send out Sandra Fluke as a speaker!"

Everyone else: "Yeah, you got a massive ten person crowd for Fluke. Not buying it. Jobs, jobs, jobs."

Democrats: "Man, that Rmoney sure does dodge the abortion question, doesn't he?"

Everyone else: "Because it's not that important, and the legal part of it isn't changing any time soon. Really, ask about jobs."

Democrats: "Look, here's a reporter asking the questions we keep bringing up about abortion..."

Everyone else: "Are you that freaking stupid?"

Democrats: "Um... how about some more bad puns on Romney's name, and a side order of 'he's a rich guy?'"


Democrats: "The Job numbers are in! Hiring is up!"

Republicans: "Hold on a second there--we haven't moved the goalposts yet. Uh--they're cooked or something!"

Democrats: "Christ on a crutch. Are you serious?"

Republicans: "Oh. You want me to just believe facts? Jesus hates facts."

Democrats: "How do you even get elected? You are functionally retarded."

Republicans: "That's what the MSM wants you to believe! PATSY!!!"

Democrats: "Okay. Now onto abortion..."

Republicans: "What did we just say about those goalposts? Mitt Romney is both Pro Choice and Pro Life. Depending."
2012-10-22 01:10:17 PM  
2 votes:

cirby: Democrats: "We need this election to be about something we like. Abortion, for example."

Everyone else: "Jobs. We need jobs. Not that many people really CARE about abortions, and it's not a big priority for the Republicans right now, either."

Democrats: "No - it has to be abortions. We screwed up the jobs thing so bad, and all of our other 'priorities' aren't catching on, so we want all of the reporters to keep asking about abortion. Here - we'll send out Sandra Fluke as a speaker!"

Everyone else: "Yeah, you got a massive ten person crowd for Fluke. Not buying it. Jobs, jobs, jobs."

Democrats: "Man, that Rmoney sure does dodge the abortion question, doesn't he?"

Everyone else: "Because it's not that important, and the legal part of it isn't changing any time soon. Really, ask about jobs."

Democrats: "Look, here's a reporter asking the questions we keep bringing up about abortion..."

Everyone else: "Are you that freaking stupid?"

Democrats: "Um... how about some more bad puns on Romney's name, and a side order of 'he's a rich guy?'"


You sound like an abortion that lived.
2012-10-22 01:04:23 PM  
2 votes:
Cirby: Democrats: "Um... how about some more bad puns on Romney's name . . .

Yeah, Cirby, I'm glad you and your conservative friends have taken the high road on that one.
2012-10-22 12:37:35 PM  
2 votes:
i.imgur.com
2012-10-22 01:45:54 PM  
1 votes:

cirby: Democrats: "We need this election to be about something we like. Abortion, for example."

Everyone else: "Jobs. We need jobs. Not that many people really CARE about abortions, and it's not a big priority for the Republicans right now, either."

Democrats: "No - it has to be abortions. We screwed up the jobs thing so bad, and all of our other 'priorities' aren't catching on, so we want all of the reporters to keep asking about abortion. Here - we'll send out Sandra Fluke as a speaker!"

Everyone else: "Yeah, you got a massive ten person crowd for Fluke. Not buying it. Jobs, jobs, jobs."

Democrats: "Man, that Rmoney sure does dodge the abortion question, doesn't he?"

Everyone else: "Because it's not that important, and the legal part of it isn't changing any time soon. Really, ask about jobs."

Democrats: "Look, here's a reporter asking the questions we keep bringing up about abortion..."

Everyone else: "Are you that freaking stupid?"

Democrats: "Um... how about some more bad puns on Romney's name, and a side order of 'he's a rich guy?'"



Everyone else: So, Gov. Romney, what exactly IS your position on abortion, anyway?

Romney: Abortion should be safe and legal.

Romney: But I am not pro-choice.

Romney: And I will preserve a woman's right to choose.

Romney: Except I think we should overturn Roe v. Wade.

Romney: There's no abortion legislation on my agenda.

Romney: I am proudly pro-life, and will be a staunchly pro-life president.

Romney: Why does everyone look so confused. I've been perfectly clear on this.

Everyone else: OMGWTF,SRSLY
2012-10-22 01:18:04 PM  
1 votes:

Pocket Ninja: What Romney understands, subby, and you apparently do not (nor does Obama) is that having jobs teaches women about responsibility. Women who have learned about responsibility do not become accidentally pregnant. Women who do not become accidentally pregnant, in turn, do not require abortions. Therefore, supporting full employment for women in fact renders the entire abortion question moot. It's no wonder that Obama wants to continue making such noise about it.


Only irresponsible women are raped. Got it.
2012-10-22 01:12:15 PM  
1 votes:
Hahaha yes it clearly is the democrats making this election about abortion and furthermore comma
2012-10-22 01:03:11 PM  
1 votes:

cirby: Not that many people really CARE about abortions, and it's not a big priority for the Republicans right now, either."


Meanwhile back in reality...
2012-10-22 12:56:54 PM  
1 votes:
memecrunch.com
/works for any Romney policy issue
2012-10-22 12:52:22 PM  
1 votes:
So you guys hear about Romney outsourcing his own campaign jobs to the Philippines?
2012-10-22 12:49:47 PM  
1 votes:
Women,
Pay No Attention To That Man Behind the Curtain
2012-10-22 12:47:58 PM  
1 votes:
Abortion clinic worker is a job.
 
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