McCain, this whole ‘picking a woman’ thing is really, really low and an obvious ploy to snatch up all of Hillary’s supporters. I hope it backfires.
And with all due respect, Governor Sarah Palin, you’re an idiot. Jumping on a sinking ship isn’t the best thing to do at this point. I don’t know anything about your political stance yet, but best of luck to you trying to make that picture of senility look anything but. All the best in your bid for Vice President. I hope you get an unwanted pregnancy so you can see how fast that old fart will turn on you. Again, all the best.
The last couple sentences here are pure genius.
Their ignorance shines when they assume she isn’t pro-life.
By inspirational contrast, Mrs. Palin, says of her new son, Trig: “I’m looking at him right now, and I see perfection. Yeah, he has an extra chromosome. I keep thinking, in our world, what is normal and what is perfect?” Three days after she gave birth, Mrs. Palin was back in her Anchorage office with her husband and Trig. “I can think of so many male candidates,” she tells the AP, “who watched families grow while they were in office. There is no reason to believe a woman can’t do it with a growing family. My baby will not be at all or in any sense neglected.” Says the governor of Alaska: “I will not shirk my duties.” Taking her stand for life as a holder of high political office is all the more valuable in the face of the termination of fetal lives as not worth continuing before they can speak for themselves. Mrs. Palin’s stand also puts a searching light on the growing “futility” doctrine in hospitals which is affecting people of all ages.