"Desperate Housewife" star Eva Longoria visited Colorado over the weekend to kick off Obama’s 2012 Panderpalooza to Women campaign in Colorado. We’re so glad that he picked someone to which the average women can relate. Oh. Wait. The chart below shows just how much in common Eva Longoria has with the average woman – which is absolutely nothing.
At the summit, Longoria, a national co-chair for the Obama campaign, said, “I don’t think it’s a hard choice if you’re a woman…We have to get out there and tell (others) ‘If you’re a woman, there is no way you can vote Republican.’”
Judging by the statistics, there should be no way that women could vote for Obama. The unemployment rate for women in Colorado has increased from 6.4 percent to 7.8 percent under Obama, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And, there are now nearly 100,000 unemployed women in Colorado. It’s a far cry from cars that cost nearly a quarter million dollars.
According to Denver Post’s Sara Burnett, it was the first in a series of women’s summits the campaign is holding in swing states.
We can’t wait to see who the Obama campaign trots out next. Today, we have millionaire Eva Longoria claiming that women can’t vote Republican. A few months ago, we had “vulture” capitalist Federico Pena as a campaign co-chair, as the Obama camp was railing against Romney’s private equity experience. And, let’s not forget celebrity Kal Penn, who foolishly left award-winning series “House” to work with Obama, that is after he starred as Harold in the "Harold and Kumar" series.