Latino women will remember Willard Romney's remark that he'd have a better chance of winning if his parents were Mexican. How many Latino president's have we had in America Willard? Latino women will remember that the President's Executive Order allowing undocumented immigrants to remain in America will not stand under the Romney-Ryan ticket.
Elderly women accessing Medicare will remember that at the Romney-Ryan plan calls for getting rid of Medicare as we know it and replacing it with some sketchy voucher system. No one really knows the details of the details of the plan. He wants us to just "trust" him.
Women with kids in college will remember in November. They want to be sure that their kids will have insurance while they complete their under graduate degree. Women want to protect their reproductive rights. In November women will remember that Romney has stated that he would support legislation to repeal Roe v. Wade. They don't want to go back to back alley abortions. Women will remember in November. If by some fluke Romney is elected he will appoint a Supreme Court Justice that would tip the scales in favor of repealing Roe v. Wade.
Women will remember that Willard Romney spoke about "binders full of women" in a live debate as way of avoiding a question about supporting equal pay for women. Women have a lot more to do than just hurry home to prepare dinner.
Women voters will remember in November that for the Romney-Ryan ticket and for the Republican party, there is a distinction between rape and "legitimate" rape. As women, we don't see a distinction. For us, rape is rape.
Women will remember that their children learned their letters and numbers by watching Big Bird on PBS. They will remember that Romney has said it's not his job to worry about 47% of America. Then he held a press conference, not to say he was sorry, but to say it was true but "not elegantly stated."
Willard Mitt Romney has given us women quite bit to think about. Have you forgotten about all of the Mitt comments and ever changing positions? Are you suffering from Romnesia? I will remember, will you?
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