Dennis Prager: ‘Women Have A More Selfish Way Of Voting’

Politico reports:

Some of the most dramatic recent polls suggesting that a Republican “wave” will overtake Democratic majorities this year share a single ingredient: testosterone.

The gender gap that in 2008 resulted in 6 percent more men than women supporting Republican John McCain is likely to be even greater this year. But this time, evidence suggests Republican-leaning men are likely to prove the driving force behind a GOP surge.

Men are not only more loyal to the GOP than two years ago but also more motivated to vote, recent polls suggest. This year’s central issues are ones that politicians traditionally use to appeal to men, especially worries about budget deficits.

…“In times when the role of government is particularly controversial, you tend to see a particularly large gender gap,” said Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster who has long studied gender and voting. She added that this year’s is “among the bigger gender gaps we’ve seen.”

“It’s reminiscent of the gender gap we had when the gender gap first emerged, which was around [the time of] Ronald Reagan,” she said.

On his radio show today, Dennis Prager says: “What does this say about many — not all — women voters? They are willing to see the country head towards bankruptcy to keep giving people money. Women want to be taken care of. They want their kids taken care of. And that’s it. It’s an emotional vote.

“Women don’t care about the economic well-being of the country as much as men do. They have a more selfish way of voting. How much more money will I and my kids get? That’s how I read it. They don’t care if the country is economically solvent. Men care more. In this instance, men are more responsible than women.”

“The question isn’t whether it is sexist. It is whether it is true. Women are more interested in government expansion and providing benefits than fiscal responsibility. Remember that woman who got up before the townhall meeting of George Bush and John Kerry in 2004 and asked, “If I vote for you, what will you do for me?””

Female caller: “A lot of women don’t have the support of a man anymore because of the breakdown of the family.”

Dennis: “I’ll marry the state. So men become less significant. There would be more marriage if people knew there would be less funding coming in if they didn’t marry. The state undermines the need for marriage. That’s why in Europe as the state gets bigger, marriage decreases. You don’t have to depend on anybody. Marriage is not solely a romantic institution. It’s you rely on me and I rely on you.”

From DennisPrager.com:

Monday, September 27, 2010 Radio Show
H1: Social Democrats
Prager H1: Are there any significant differences between the social democrats of Europe and the Democrats in the US? Not that anyone can see…. College students are now tilting right… Men are asserting themselves in this election and voting Republican… Desperate Democrats dig for dirt on opponents.

Monday, September 27, 2010 Radio Show
H2: Space Ambassador
Prager H2: The UN has appointed an ambassador to greet outer space aliens should they show up. … The woman who bravely started a “Draw Mohammed” campaign is now in a witness protection-style program… Dennis talks to Spencer Abraham, former Secretary of Dept of Energy for GWB and former senator from Michigan. His new book is Lights Out!: Ten Myths About (and Real Solutions to) America’s Energy Crisis.

Monday, September 27, 2010 Radio Show
H3: War Within, War Without
Prager H3: We are at war within our country. This civil war, Left versus Right, is non-violent. The war without is violent. We are fighting very bad people and there are a lot of them… Liberal hysteric, Mike Malloy, foams against Dick Cheney and his daughter… A citizen group in Houston uncovers massive voter fraud. Quick: was this vote fraud orchestrated by Democrats or Republicans? And where was the government on this?.. Dennis talks to David Jaget, the founder of Rightnetwork.com. This is the first entertainment network oriented toward the conservative point of view.

Friday, September 24, 2010 Radio Show
H1: What Was the Point?
Prager H1: Comedian Stephen Colbert testified in Congress on the immigration issue, doing a routine during his testimony. Who should be more embarrassed? Colbert, the congresswoman who invited him or the Democratic party? Is Ahmadinejad crazier than ever?.. A woman in the UK with a half dozen piercings on her face, plugs in her ears, and many tattoos can’t understand why she can’t get a job… Even New York is in play this election.

Friday, September 24, 2010 Radio Show
H2: Happiness Hour: Children and Divorce
Prager H2: The news that parents are getting a divorce is very upsetting to children. But is divorce, in the medium and long term, worse for children than miserable parents? One thing is certain: your parents’ divorce can’t be an excuse for your unhappiness.

Friday, September 24, 2010 Radio Show
H3: Open Lines
Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda for this hour. Issues raised include: should caller take “the bigger the government…” bumper sticker off his car because his wife and kids want him to; should a Jew go to a Christmas tree decorating party; if there is heaven for good people why don’t good people welcome death; how do you explain to your child that it’s okay to smoke cigars; is it okay to wish someone dead.

Rightnetwork.com

Dennis talks to David Jaget, the founder of Rightnetwork.com. This is the first entertainment network oriented toward the conservative point of view. You can see what they are doing here.

Citizen Group Uncovers What Looks Like Massive Voter Fraud

A citizen group in Houston uncovers what could be massive voter fraud. Quick: think it was orchestrated by Democrats or Republicans? Where was the government on this?

Spencer Abraham, Lights Out

Dennis talks to Spencer Abraham, former Secretary of Dept of Energy for GWB and former senator from Michigan. His new book is Lights Out!: Ten Myths About (and Real Solutions to) America’s Energy Crisis.

“Draw Mohammed” Cartoonist Runs for Her Life

The woman who bravely started a “Draw Mohammed” campaign is now in a witness protection-style program. Very disturbing, but it’s gone almost unreported by the media.

“Take Me to Your Leader” UN Appoints Space Ambassador

In case outer space people show up, we have a new ambassador to greet them. Don’t you feel better now?

Dems Desperate, Dig for Dirt

European style socialism and mud-slinging. It’s quite a Party.

Men Acting Like Men in This Election

Men are asserting themselves in this election. And they’re voting Republican.

College Kids Trending Conservative

College students are tilting right this year. The Dream evaporated rather quickly. And then, of course, there was Prager U. and the Denver video.

Why Can’t This Woman Get a Job?

Why can’t this woman get a job? I can’t think of reason. Can you?

Is Ahmadinejad Loonier than Ever?

The leader of Iran accuses the US on staging 9/11 and says most Americans agree with him. Someone call the guys in the white jackets. Amazingly the NY Times took him seriously, using standard State Dept logic: he’s just saying this stuff to play to his Iranian audience. How does that make it any less crazy?

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