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All right sticking no win them rotate -- I'm trying to get votes women obviously I'll be very important constituency.
More than 50% of the population.
We're joined by Emilia chase now is vice president of -- communication is joining us for our opinions section from DC.
I mean -- good to see you didn't.
A war on stereo -- the women in 2012 what do you mean by that.
Well let me let that Jonathan is some of the rhetoric that we're seeing from the Obama campaign from the DNC from democratic super pacs and affiliated groups isn't really sort of putting women in this stereotypical 1970s.
-- burning feminist box that.
Quite frankly just doesn't exist anymore and we see ads saying things like it's a scary time to be a woman -- was an Obama campaign -- On the you know it's treating women as some sort of other not as members of the society members of the economy people who care about putting gas in the tank people who care about jobs -- and you know being able to provide at.
Us economic stability for their families so I think it's kind of unfortunate we're seeing so much of this antiquated.
You know female studies college textbook rhetoric from the Obama campaign.
Suggesting that the Democrats are treating women like second class citizens.
Well I would say more like stereotypes more like something -- by -- He is that on you I understand why they're doing it because of back in the 1970s that house majority of women where voting for Democrat so I care I think they're trying to hold on that.
Complements them but you know women my age women in today's economy we thought a lot of those battles we've won a lot of those battles were worried more about jobs -- we are about birth control.
So it and it didn't do Republicans.
A -- a vote for women in your view.
I -- -- think so I think and and I think just the waiter talking to women is so different we're seeing you know ads directed at women -- -- -- anybody running for office is going to be targeting women are important voting -- But the way they target them is so important.
And what we're seeing coming from the Romney campaign from Republican affiliated groups is they're talking about jobs there's.
More women unemployed under President Obama and that's according to his own Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And we're seeing them talking about those -- of choice of issues.
You know the choice is important a lot of women you -- certainly is something they focus on -- but.
Again I think that that battle has just been thought you know Roe vs.
Wade exists and Mitt Romney cannot single handedly overturn Roe vs.
-- no president can.
On and I think women right now are much more important care much more about putting gas in the tank of their car and paying four dollars a gallon for -- and they do about pay nine dollars or birth control.
All right immediate chase drive vice president -- communications thank you very much indeed a couple of comments coming in -- read the ones from winning mainly because they opt.
What we're told him -- hit take McCain says firstly there on no issues that singularly affect women I think that's a good point.
Taylor and there are no issues that singularly affected men in the spirit of true feminism equality both sexy should be concerned over all things in the platform.
And not be duped by -- could build cool OF -- campaign preaching sexism by trying to highlight supposed differences.
The very thing they claim to fight again -- come November also Paul Mitt Romney.
I'm a woman and I care about my future and the future of America Joyce he just says thank you for focusing.
On this issue Joyce is somebody's been very concerned about women's issues on our boards for a long time so good to hear from you all on that.
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