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-- fundraising tool -- is tomorrow actress severed Jessica Parker and vogue editor -- -- -- to a hold an exclusive event for the president's reelection bid.
It's an all out play to get the female vote.
-- feels from the daily -- joins us from DC is that is that accurate easy it's an all out play for the female vote that's it.
-- -- I don't think women really what we're really care about is the economy I don't think they care about people like Sarah Jessica Parker are and I -- her who are the epitome of elitism.
I think what Obama is trying to do is reach out to -- -- Type -- woman a woman have a lot of task -- did help pay for his campaign he's looking for donations he's not reaching out to every -- Americans just really wealthy ones.
Is it's a little condescending.
To suggest that you have these high profile rich female celebrity is you put amount.
To attempt to attempt to get the women's vote I I think that would be condescending if that -- the case you great.
I think -- -- certainly I completely agree because these women don't really represent what.
Real women in America are facing which is -- having difficulty paying bills finding a job.
But I think what he's trying to deal is reached out says the wealthy women who will write him a check because office president cares about is getting reelected well that's certainly.
Time is being sent -- raising.
It's a good point you know because only we quoted -- that this number -- on on fundraising.
Wall Street gave Mitt Romney 37 million dollars.
Wall Street -- President Obama.
Five million dollars in the latest reporting period as a complete reversal from 2000 and yes maybe the president -- still look for other sources of of revenue.
When he can go to Wall Street any longer maybe they're rich women all the last resort.
-- Possibly but look if he wants to when he needs -- fix the economy that's how he's gonna win voters over he's so much running against Mitt Romney he's running against the economy if the economy is bad.
You are not going to vote for him but not he's worried about is getting money that saw a third this time and -- is being spent fund raising.
And he has spent more time at fund -- in his five predecessors combined that's all he's worried about is money when he should be fixing the economy if you want.
-- went over those women under -- five most of the election.
And the economy shows continuing signs a big deficits big debt and us a very weak economy he hasn't got time to fix it in the five months available doesn't.
Well Lisa this topic out that these -- Almost four years -- that he should have been doing is fixing the economy.
Well how about list supposing if he's a few points down -- ten points down in July or August.
He gets sort of Joseph Biden as vice president and brings in Hillary Clinton do you think that would bring in the moderate vote the female vote.
The economic votes you think that would I don't know -- It's all going -- think it's all gonna come -- the economy right now he's beating Mitt Romney about three percentage points among women but if you look at the polls back in early may he was beating Mitt Romney by twelve percentage points.
So as the economy's getting worse people are going further and further away from Obama so really he's running against the economy doesn't matter of his Hillary Clinton in matters -- the economy gets better not.
All right it's the economy stupid I think that was -- -- yes from way back.
-- article Michelle feels thank you very much and they from the daily call thank yeah.
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