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Campaign 2012 / War on Women / A Discussion #1019393

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 11, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue of a war on women in the 2012 campaign introduced; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll figures on the lead for President Obama over Mitt Romney with women voters cited. [ROMNEY - says Obama made the recession last longer and women lost jobs in high numbers.] The realities of Romney claims about jobs lost for women in Obama's regime examined.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Hilary Rosen and Erick Erickson about the war on women issue. [BEGALA - outlines Romney's opposition to Planned Parenthood and Title X and his abysmal record on hiring women in his business.] [ERICKSON - says the Republicans will have to push the issue of women in the campaign; comments on the Democrats and the war on women issue.] [ROSEN - states Ann has never worked a day in her life; says Obama's team does not use the phrase "war on women"; notes Romney does not connect with women.]

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