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kimmie

Wampum, PA

#1 Oct 17, 2012
In a 2011 annual report of white house staffers submitted to Congress showed a $11,000 dollar pay advantage for males and of Obama's top 20 earners only 6 are women. MR. Obama your not for women your for lying for votes
tammy

Wampum, PA

#2 Oct 17, 2012
Well now that's very interesting .
west ironton

Wampum, PA

#3 Oct 17, 2012
Just goes to show you Obama and Democrats will say what you want to hear and do as they wish.American women are not that dumb don't fall for fantasy when you have facts to look at.
sandy

Wampum, PA

#4 Oct 17, 2012
Obama only thinks he has our vote he will be sadly fooled in 20 days.
linda

Wampum, PA

#5 Oct 17, 2012
I did not think the difference in pay at the whitehouse was true until I looked it up.
Heather

Ashland, KY

#6 Oct 17, 2012
I've seen Romney's track record with women, and he has shown to be MORE favorable to women than Obama.

Obama's own staff of women aren't paid equally to men.
kimmie

Grafton, OH

#7 Oct 17, 2012
Girls Obama don't care about you no more than he cares about anyone else your just pawns in his election scam.
Hmmmmm

Ashland, KY

#8 Oct 17, 2012
I beg to differ.

During the second presidential debate, Mitt Romney touted his efforts to hire women as governor of Massachusetts.

“We took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet.

“I went to a number of women’s groups and said,‘Can you help us find folks,’ and they brought us whole binders full of women.”

Romney, however, did not have a history of appointing women to high-level positions in the private sector. Romney did not have any women partners as CEO of Bain Capital during the 1980s and 1990s.

The venture capital and private equity fields were male-dominated, to be sure, especially during Romney’s time. Women started to break into the upper echelons of the firm after it started a hedge fund, called Brookside in 1996.

Today, 4 of out of 49 of the firm’s managing directors in the buyout area are women.

Here is a quote from www.womenarewatching.org

"This past year, we have been witnessing the most aggressive legislative attacks on women’s health and rights in a generation."

I would urge women to check out www.womenarewatching.org
kitts hill

Grafton, OH

#9 Oct 17, 2012
Let a poor old country boy help you ladies out.
Womenarewatching.org
Gets alot of funding from planned parent hood and they know Romney wants to cut their money off.just do a internet search and type in planned parent hood cought you're going to be shocked ladies.
josey wales

Grafton, OH

#10 Oct 17, 2012
guess how many women are on Obama's jobs council ? Bingo zero but don't get to upset girls they haven't had a meeting since 1/17/12 guess Obama thinks everything is ok in the job market.
Hmmmmm

Ashland, KY

#11 Oct 17, 2012
Come on. Lets state some Facts here.

A study by the University of Massachusetts and the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy shows that the percentage of women in senior positions during his tenure actually declined. It went from 30% when Romney took office to 27% when he left and up to more than 33% after the new governor took over.

Link to the study
http://scholarworks.umb.edu/cgi/viewcontent.c...

Also, it boggles the mind that throughout his decades-long career in business, Romney had not come across any qualified women he could appoint to his Cabinet. The Romney campaign points to longtime aide Beth Myers, but she was not in the Cabinet.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/17/opinion/cardona...

Here is some more facts on Mr. Romney's opinion and record on womens rights.

Suffolk University professor of government, Judy Dushku, claimed Mitt Romney (then a leader in the Mormon Church) "encouraged his friends to tell their wives not to participate. She went on to say that Romney made it clear 'he didn't want the women behind the publication holding meetings on church property.

Barbara Taylor, a former president of Exponent II, told The Washington Post, "He [Mitt Romney] thought we were just a bunch of bored, unhappy housewives trying to stir up trouble."

http://womeninbusiness.about.com/od/womenspol...

at Bain Capital, which Romney ran for 15 years until 1999, there are only seven women among the company’s 87 managing directors and senior executives, or 8 percent.

Not to mention that Mitt Romney still won’t say whether he’d stand up for equal pay. Not once has he went on record and said he supports Equal pay even after being asked directly many times.
Hmmmmm

Ashland, KY

#12 Oct 17, 2012
Not to mention every single person except myself and one other person commenting on this post is from the exact same place (Dayton, OH) says right under the name. Sure hope its not that elusive name changing lone Romney supporter. Cause if so that would be pretty pathetic.
josey wales

Grafton, OH

#13 Oct 17, 2012
Well I'm definitely from ironton I asked why someone from Louisville ky was on a ironton post and they said unless you have a account it can just
Keep changing locations and if your on a Mobil device it varies.
Hmmmmm

Ashland, KY

#14 Oct 17, 2012
ok thanks for the info. didnt know that.
josey wales

United States

#15 Oct 17, 2012
1.from 30 percent when he took office to 27% when he left is not a major difference.
2.the woman who wrote the CNN article please note the editors note( its posted for a reason)
She is a Democratic strategist, former senior advisor to Hillary Clinton, and former communications director for the Democratic national committee so I'm sure that's a propaganda piece.
3.you say here are some more facts Judy dushku claimed.claiming and facts are totally different.
randy

United States

#16 Oct 18, 2012
Claiming and facts are different unless your like a few on here and call one persons comments lies but never post a counter fact post.
jill

Knox City, TX

#17 Oct 18, 2012
That's why I work union
wtfever

Lancaster, OH

#18 Oct 18, 2012
josey wales wrote:
1.from 30 percent when he took office to 27% when he left is not a major difference.
2.the woman who wrote the CNN article please note the editors note( its posted for a reason)
She is a Democratic strategist, former senior advisor to Hillary Clinton, and former communications director for the Democratic national committee so I'm sure that's a propaganda piece.
3.you say here are some more facts Judy dushku claimed.claiming and facts are totally different.
the difference is claiming you increased the number of women when in fact it decreased. the difference is between the truth and a lie. he lied, again.
Wild Bill

United States

#20 Oct 19, 2012
This why I miss Ol'(Wild Bill) Clinton. Now that guy was all ABOUT the women.

And...he felt our pain.
chris

Mount Vernon, OH

#21 Oct 19, 2012
If Obama doesn't treat women equal in his own house you really think he gives a rats @ss about women's rights.

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