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( (St. Petersburg Tim)   Civil war erupts on Fox News after Karl Rove refuses to acknowledge Romney lost   ( divider line
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2012-11-08 09:58:05 AM  
The especially a white woman part wasn't because white women are better than colored women, but because guys like oreilly expect them to go along with the white male majority (his terminology) while at the same time saying they are so inferior.

At least with the race difference he and others aren't expecting the support and are giving less of it. Meanwhile 45% of white women seem to have missed the message and still voted Romney.

The especially is that despite giving that support they still don't count as full white people; the only way Oreilly can make his 'whites are a minority' complaint.

As for whether that 45% want to be secondary to men? No, I don't believe they all do. Who is to say they don't all feel the same way and vote for the exact same reason? Me, by not stereotyping 45% of women as identical :P
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