Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Girl Talk

The GOP outreach to women marches on.

As Republican candidates figure out how to best win over women voters, Iowa GOP Senate candidate Mark Jacobs thinks he has the answer: appeal to their emotions.

In an interview Sunday with WHO-TV in Des Moines, host Dave Price asked Jacobs what the “biggest difference between men and women” is, in terms of reaching out to them as voters.

“I think you have to connect with women on an emotional level,” said Jacobs. “And with a wife of 25 years and an 18-year-old daughter, I’ve had a lot of coaching on that.”

Yeah, forget all the stuff about pay equity or reproductive rights; they don’t understand all that kind of talk.  Oh, and be sure to catch them at the right time of the month, too.

4 barks and woofs on “Girl Talk

  1. Maybe you could help with the dishes. All the ladies appreciate a man who pitches in around the house where she’s been stuck for millenia.

  2. How about letting us make decisions about our own bodies and our medical care? How about addressing income inequality? How about funding child care and Head Start? I could go on but I fear I would get too emotional.

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