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Obama’s #WomenEconForum speech doesn’t impress women on Twitter!/SkiGarmisch/status/188273313909448704

As Twitchy reported earlier, the White House hosted the Forum on Women and the Economy today, which kicked off with predictable talking points and lame attempts at rah-rah sisterhood pandering. Wait, there’s pandering going on? Enter the Panderer-In-Chief!

Happening now: President Obama speaks at the #WomenEconForum. Watch live:

— White House Live (@WHLive) April 6, 2012

As always, Obama proceeded to use women as pawns. Funnily enough, some women don’t cotton to shamefully being used and treated like helpless little victims. You know, the kind of woman who wasn’t invited to the Forum, likely because they are too busy actually doing and not just whining. They made good use of the official hashtag, #WomenEconForum, to let President Obama know they were not impressed with his speech nor his actions.

RT @TeriChristoph: #WomenEconForum: Obama is Emasculated Man in Chief.

— Liz sans soul (@GoldwaterGal) April 6, 2012

No, Mr. Obama, what is clear to me, is that you will use women to advance your political agenda. Period. #WomenEconForum

— Sheryl (@sav01) April 6, 2012

Barack should just pat them all on the head now and thank them for being willing campaign props. #WomenEconForum

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) April 6, 2012!/Butterflytruth1/status/188273388261871617

President Obama had the audacity (not of hope) to say that “women are not an interest group. You shouldn’t be treated that way.” This from a man who treats women only as an interest group! Then he went on to blather about ‘personal stories’ (all about HIM) and encouraging adults to mooch off of their parents’ insurance policies as if that were a good thing. He threw in some attempts to further the “wage gap” myth as well. Women were again not impressed.

Obama: women are not a special interest group Go to and look under 'groups' #womeneconforum

— ComfyPaws™ (@ComfyPaws) April 6, 2012

@TeriChristoph Dems couldn't talk if they couldn't tell "stories." Apparently they aren't able to understand concepts without an example.

— Connie Laubenthal (@conniedl) April 6, 2012

#WomenEconForum Um, this whole event is what being treated as a special interest group feels like.

— Anna Valeria-Iseman (@AnnaIseman) April 6, 2012

#Obama just repeated the lie that @PPact provides mammograms. Make sure to let all friends/potential donors know the TRUTH. #womeneconforum

— ctmommy (@ctmommy) April 6, 2012

Barack panders that he's working every single day on womens issues. Heh. Like he works on jobs and energy? #WomenEconForum

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) April 6, 2012

#WomenEconForum: "Things don't always move forward, sometimes they move backward." Sums up 2009-present very well.

— Teri Christoph (@TeriChristoph) April 6, 2012

Lying about Mom having no insurance? MT @TeriChristoph: #WomenEconForum: #Obama relating his personal story. It's all about him.

— ctmommy (@ctmommy) April 6, 2012

Missing from the President’s speech on Women and the Economy? Anything at all about, you know, the actual economy.

#WomenEconForum More than halfway through and not one mention of rising gas or grocery prices. #waronwomen

— Teri Christoph (@TeriChristoph) April 6, 2012

When unemployment is well above 8 percent it hurts women. #WomenEconForum

— Patti Sereby (@PSereby) April 6, 2012!/FirstTeamTommy/status/188256386357018624

#WomenEconForum RT @Timodc: Women in the Obama Economy: Poverty Rate Among Woment Highest in 17 Years.

— Brittany Cover (@bccover) April 6, 2012

Since Obama took office, the unemployment rate for women has increased from 7.0% to 8.1%: #WomenEconForum

— RNC (@GOP) April 6, 2012

I'm a woman in business and the only time I felt held back was when I was in a union. #WomenEconForum

— Call me Crazy, Lois. (@Mermaz) April 6, 2012

She must be one of those ‘not authentic’ women, so her experiences don’t count.

Even some in the media had to report on what a dog and pony show it was.

Official WH event on women in workforce closes with chants of "four more years"

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 6, 2012

Not a forum, not about women (except so far as Obama can use them) and not about the economy. A campaign rally for President Obama, on our dime and at our expense. And the conservative women of twitter saw right through it.

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