at National Review
has some observations respecting the Obama campaign's view of women:
One of the most striking oddities of the Obama campaign’s appeal to women, indeed, is how it not only objectifies them but even reduces them to their “lady parts.” The campaign might even be called “The Vagina Dialogues” since it talks to women as if they were walking, talking, and voting vaginas with no other value or interests. This view of women is exactly the same as the view held (and once, but no longer, expressed) by the most brutalized, vulgar, and exploitative male chauvinists. Many women in all demographic groups, but especially postgraduate women, are likely to find this approach demeaning and repellent even when they support the actual policies it promotes.