Americans for Shared Prosperity is engaging the War on Women by looking to end the romance so many of the ladies have with the idea of “hope and change.” Â After falling for the message, a lot of girls discovered that it was just a line. Â There’s still hope for change, but back to what we had before, not change that has been a disaster.
John Jordan, head of Americans for Shared Prosperity, wants to change the way Republicans speak to their constituents:
â€œThe goal here is to communicate with women voters in a way that outside groups and campaigns havenâ€™t,â€ Jordan said.
â€œWomen voters care as much about the economy, jobs, death and spending as do other groups â€” but certainly on the Republican side thereâ€™s been no effort to reach that group,â€ he said.
And Barack Obama’s stellar online profile proved one thing: a track record is worth considering before falling in love.