During the Republican Convention, John McCain's campaign manager said, "Issues don't matter." No wonder McCain hasn’t been able to bridge the gender gap. While John McCain was gambling that women voters would overlook the fact that McCain-Palin are offering four more years of Bush's failed policies, Barack Obama and Joe Biden have been discussing the issues that women and families are concerned about – issues like equal pay for equal work, the right to make your own family planning choices, and the challenge of balancing the family budget in the face of skyrocketing energy and healthcare costs.We can't afford a third Bush term. We need your help right now to help elect Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Sign up today: Signup: Women for Obama
Anyone who thinks women are voting for candidates based solely on gender is completely out of touch. The vast majority of women, like some 80 percent of Americans, think this country is heading in the wrong direction and while McCain-Palin only offer more of the same, Barack Obama and Joe Biden will deliver the change we need.
Check out a side by side comparison of Obama-Biden vs. McCain-Palin on the issues.
Monday, September 08, 2008
Barack Obama and Joe Biden: Side by Side Comparison (pdf)