From American Thinker:
They come from different regions of the country, yet they all have the same message: wake up, Republicans. The Democrats and the Obama administration are waging a campaign to paint the Republican Party and Mitt Romney as “anti-women.” Newsmax reported that female voters appear to be turning away from Romney and Republicans in favor of the president. American Thinker caught up with prominent Republican congresswomen and governors to get their opinions on what Republicans need to do to bridge this important gender gap.
Ann Romney convention’s speech was a home run. She appealed to the sorority of women: “It’s the moms of this nation, single, married, widowed, who really hold this country together — the mothers, we’re the wives, we’re the grandmothers, we’re the big sisters, we’re the little sisters, we’re the daughters…” All interviewed agreed with Arizona Governor Jan Brewer that the speech was fabulous in its attempt to attract women into the Republican fold. The governor believes that women must be “embraced, and this speech was a start to spread the word. We need to invite women into the Republican Party and show them we are the party of the family, the party concerned about the future. This is something every woman is concerned about.”