Romney for women

Let’s explore and verify just one of the accomplishments they claim for Obama in his alleged war for women rights.

Hunter and Miller assert the fact that Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. But his signing the bill distorts the big picture.

Obama was not the champion of that legislation; many legislators were over many years.

Moreover, that legislation has been the law of the land by Supreme Court action for a great many years. So the Act – and Obama signing it – does not constitute significant or breakthrough policy for women.

The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act should be credited to Senator Mikulski – a woman I might add – from Maryland, not Barack Obama. You would think Hunter and Miller would be more sensitive to giving credit to a woman like Mikulski for her accomplishments in behalf of women. Instead they assign the equal pay legislation credit to Obama.

Besides, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act is a 2009 piece of legislation. That was nearly four years ago.

What serious public policy has Obama created for women lately? And why is this coming up now?

Democrats like Hunter and Miller are desperate to find more Obama votes from women, because Barrack Obama is declining in voter tracking polls. Yesterday, Sept. 5, Rasmussen voter tracking poll has it Romney 48% and Obama 45%.

So, as Obama slips in the polls, Democrats need to change the subject to things like ginned-up accomplishments for women. It is anything but the economy and jobs.

Democrats cannot escape their poor performance in dealing with the economy and job creation. And women are suffering in this Democrat economy as well.

It is time to change leadership to Romney, who seeks to help both women and men.

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