So we all know that single American women have embraced the dependency dream of Julia and have been persuaded that big government is the key to happiness. It wasn't even close -- or as the New York Times drilled down on Obama's 11-point margin of victory with women:
This election, women were 10 points more likely to support Mr. Obama than men were; four years ago women were 7 points more inclined to vote for him. But in this cycle an even starker imbalance — the marriage gap — eclipsed gender. Unmarried women went for Mr. Obama by 23 points over married women, up from 18 points in 2008.
On January 16, I'll be joining some of my favorite writers and thinkers as we discuss how to show women the strengths of limited government and economic liberty.
The panel will include Sabrina Schaeffer -- executive director of the Independent Women’s Forum & co-author of the new Liberty Is No War on Women, Veronique de Rugy -- senior research director at Mercatus Center and expert on taxation and budget issues, and Karlyn Bowman -- senior fellow and public opinion and polling analyst at the American Enterprise Institute.
First off, you're all invited to attend the event in Washington, D.C. Here are the details:
Date: January 16 ** Wine & Cheese Reception 5:30 ** Panel Begins 6:00pm
Location: 1706 New Hampshire Avenue NW ** Second Floor
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I have my own thoughts on what I'll be saying on January 16 but I'm curious is there are any really good points you think should be shared.