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Women against Sarah Palin

Yes, there are many white, middle class and middle aged women who do not want Sarah Palin to be Vice President. Yes, we dreamt of having Hillary as our president, we started to accept her being only VP but now that that scenario is no longer possible in the next 4 years, it does not mean that we will support any woman just because she is a woman.

Joy Behar on The View yesterday (9-10-08) and again on Larry King the same day said exactly what me and tons of people want to say. Bravo Joy, you are a joy to watch 🙂 Watch it on the CNN website:

Sarah Palin represents everything I am against. Her values backtrack several advancements we as a country have made. 

I am also a mother, and I am for strong family values, but I do not think we should base our policies on religion.  Sarah Palin blatantly disregards the separation of Church and State.  Listening to her talk about God is like watching a crazy woman in a mental health Institution who talks to fairies. This is not someone who can be in line for the primary office in this country!

It makes me sad that Republicans make their choices on how to pander to certain groups and how to nab an election instead of who is better prepared.


September 10, 2008 - Posted by | Politics


  1. I knew this but it’s nice to read it in a blog. It’s sad how much they group people together into this categories that don’t really mean anything. It is only to simplify and divide the American people.

    Comment by jiovanni | September 10, 2008 | Reply

  2. Well, these women are confused Leftists.

    Comment by thephilosophyoflife | September 10, 2008 | Reply

  3. So I guess this group is the National Organization for Liberal Women Part 2?

    Comment by Don Wayne | September 15, 2008 | Reply

  4. 🙂

    Comment by Grace Farrell | September 15, 2008 | Reply

  5. What scares you so much about God?

    Comment by Il | September 30, 2008 | Reply

  6. Nothing scares me about god, since he does not exist. He is as innocuous as Santa Claus 🙂
    What scares me is to have in high office a politician who believes in fairy tales. Worse, she thinks god is behind everything that happens. When is the USA going to get rid of this intrusion of religion in governance?? It’s about time.

    Comment by Grace Farrell | September 30, 2008 | Reply

  7. “It makes me sad that Republicans make their choices on how to pander to certain groups and how to nab an election instead of who is better prepared.”

    Seriously, does anyone think that ANY party picks candidates based on how prepared they are? Do we not think Obama and Clinton pander as well? The left panders to lower income people and minorities – buying their votes with promises of socialist income re-distribution (theft) and government entitlements. The left panders to people who are afraid to defend themselves with their blind support of ridiculous gun control laws that have never reduced crime, anywhere?

    I’m not saying that the right doesn’t pander – we do. But so does the left. And the result of their pandering is ultimately the theft of my paycheck through entitlements and socialist income redistribution programs.

    Our Constitution prohibits the establishment of a state religion. However, our laws and values were founded by people of faith, and that faith is reflected in our Constitution. If people don’t like it, they can leave.

    Comment by Mike | October 10, 2008 | Reply

  8. “If people don’t like it, they can leave”

    I have a real problem with this statement. It is one of the most bulliesh statements there are, and reeks of ignorance. Basically you are saying if anyone dare disagree with you they better leave the country. Is that a democracy Mike? Or does it sound like a totalitation regime?

    Additionally, the founding father’s intent was to create a country with freedom of religion, and that includes NO BELIEF. Atheists have the right to be here as much as Scientologists, thank you very much.

    I suggest you browse the forum of
    You need some deep thinking Mike.

    Socialist programs Mike? If you want to live in a liberatarian world Mike, I suggest you buy your own island in the pacific where there will be no rules-and no rules will be necessary since you will be the only resident 🙂

    Comment by Grace Farrell | October 15, 2008 | Reply

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