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He's made major gains with women.
The women vote is since that first debate.
President Obama tried to re getting that support last night he is the question the -- -- that they started on women's issues and the president's response.
What new ways do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace.
Specifically regarding females making only 72%.
Of what their male counterparts -- And his -- after this amazing woman who.
Had been doing the same job as the man for years.
Found out that's -- getting paid laughs so -- -- that.
And that's an example of the kind of advocates see that we need because women.
Increasingly the breadwinners in the family.
This is not just a women's issue this is a family issue -- -- middle class issue.
And that's why we've got to fight for.
All right congresswoman well -- congresswoman Marsha -- is with -- Republican from Tennessee.
You just heard a direct appeal that from the present for the women's vote what do you make of it.
Well first of all women that and piece of legislation in Washington DC is not going to fix.
There in come opportunities that they know.
That being able to fairly compete in the marketplace access to capital for small businesses.
The end of wage stagnation getting rid of rules and regulations this one is going to mention.
Do you think that was an effective appeal I should I was gonna follow up about -- -- from the present with us on the from the free -- Which showed that in very written Obama White House women actually an 18% less than -- there's -- -- statistic I should have gotten to that.
Now do you think that the president made an effective appeal for women on the issue of paid to -- now without effective.
No because in his -- did he said oh don't worry about that we've -- to fix that we pass to bail.
Women want solutions and they know that passing that bill in Washington DC.
Did not sex.
There desire to have greater opportunities and they know the when we're going to dissidents.
Is by making certain that employers realize.
That women are 52% of the workforce.
They're equal on every level and they want to get in there and we need to encourage women to go compete and re educate a lot of employers and that is what.
President of what the Democrats are saying is look educating educating the kids health -- Free contraception.
These all women's issues we will take care of that vote -- us now is that not a powerful appeal to women.
Note because no I'm -- economy -- issue number one.
The federal deficit and debt is issue number two.
Repeal of alignment is it -- when you.
And -- win or -- Tellme that he solicited at that women want.
Jobs and expanding economy -- have less debt absolutely that top of that priorities absolutely everywhere I go across the country and issue Reid polling and look at this Mitt Romney came out on top with women last night.
Because that won't -- shows.
And they want jobs they want.
To know what is going to happen with economic opportunity not only for them but for.
Their children keep.
That people can look if if I'm sorry and expect to be doing this -- jobs and the deficit all right upfront as the issues that women really care about they.
Why -- -- women going to vote for President Obama -- the very latest polls forget last night after the debate.
President Obama still has a clear edge among women voters want.
Because most of the undecideds right -- are independent women.
The number one issue with him -- Johnson the economy they have warning -- these candidates side by side go head to head.
One on one and that is what they're having the opportunity to see.
And you know what -- I think it is so insightful that after the first debate people broke and moved from Obama.
To run me -- last night was a good solid night for rhyming.
And I think as we get into addressing the issues of -- have been -- foreign policy.
More of the trade issues next week you're going to see.
Run -- continue to hold Bentley night I think this is.
I think on this program will come right back -- -- and say they Gaza and Libya.
Map -- care about that not women.
Not at all national security -- -- -- top issues jobs in the economy deficit and debt.
What are you going to do with Obama care and national security making certain that we are safe here.
You would sit on the energy subcommittee yes yes so energy and commerce chemistry antigen Comas what do you make of of governor -- thrust in the energy sector last -- especially.
That fight about whether or not drilling had gone down on federal lands -- -- the Obama yes what do you make of that.
Well governor Romney is right now obviously.
The president wasn't given the appropriate -- And by his bureau of land managed didn't combined and yet he didn't answer them the governor's job you're right and so he did not -- that he thinks that they're drilling threatens the production.
Is not because what is happening up in Bismarck, North Dakota.
And that's on private -- that's exactly right but.
That president EPA.
Continues to make it more and more difficult for those that want to get permits to drill.
Will not let them build new refineries.
More -- Cullen in this country and that his plan we wanna change let me just wanna get our lightbulbs back yes I -- brought up.
Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn Republican Tennessee document outweighs it to.