"What women want is competence . . . and Mitt Romney is competence in spades," said the former GOP presidential candidate during an appearance on CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday...
“There's not a Republican war on women. That's coming from the Obama re-election team, because everything they do right now is, any word that you hear will go through the grid of Obama's re-election,” she said...
“Mitt Romney is making a very positive case for women. Women know they can trust someone. What women want more than anything is jobs and the economy to turn around. That is the big issue,” said Bachmann.
“That's what Mitt Romney has spent his life delivering, and that's what he'll do if he's president of the United States. And I believe he will be president of the United States.”
On the same show, former Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean, however, argued that Bachmann's view of female voters was woefully out of touch.
"Women are terrified about what the Republicans are talking about," Dean said. He called Bachmann's comments on the female electorate "purely ridiculous."
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