Fort Worth, Texas (Reuters) - A GOP funded Gallup poll questioned 18-40 year old female voters regarding their reading habits and drinking habits. Results point to a worrying disparity between Liberal and Republican girls.
Republican girls' reading habits consisted largely of four books; 'Hating America: The New World Sport' by John Gibson, 'A Man of Faith: The Spiritual Journey of George W. Bush' by David Aikman, 'Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, Liberalism' by Sean Hannity, and 'Who's Looking Out for You?' by Bill O'Reilly.
Liberal girls' reading habits consisted largely of four books; 'Thinking Out Loud' by Anna Quindlen, 'Suspects' by David Thompson, 'My Life' by Bill Clinton and 'Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit' by Jeanette Winterson.
Reuters questioned Fort Worth women, 'I don't have any sons or daughters in the war, but it just breaks my heart every time I hear that another soldier has died. But then I stop and ask of myself the question, somebody's got to protect our freedom. My books tell me that', said Republican supporter Mary Smith. 'That's not true [that] there were terrorists in Baghdad. I think we went to war to make a point. Mr. Bush said there were weapons of mass destruction. There were no weapons of mass destruction. We haven't been able to find them -- my books tell me nothing about that but it's pretty damn obvious', said Jane White, Democrat.
Republican girls' drinking habits were all American. Tending towards domestic products, while Democrat women tended to towards a variety of drinks, including French champagne. 'The Factor [Bill O'Reilly's self appointed leadership dirge for his self esteem] continues to boycott French goods and services -- France was the only country who attempted to derail the UN resolution supporting the new Iraqi government. Chirac is anti-American, and this is just another slap in the face to the United States', said Joanne Whitley, Republican. 'I'll drink anything, including Latte, I don't buy all that Bill O'Reilly s**t' said Jane Long, Democrat.