Aug 29 2008

Women Will Rally Around Palin Because She Is A Woman – Under Attack

I am not going to go link to all the crap I have heard and read today (I do have one link to a particularly vulgar post over at DailyKos in my previous post for anyone so inclined). But it has included ridiculous comments about Palin not being able to be a mother and VP to the fact she was selected only for her ovaries. It is so anti-women it is disgusting, and much of it has come from the liberal media.

And in a stumble of epic proportions the Obama campaign is claiming this Governor, with more experience than Obama in elected office, executive office and as a commander of military forces (the Alaska National Guard), is not sufficiently qualified to be second in line.  Clearly the Obama camp is saying that a woman has to be more qualified to lead than a man – given Obama’s lack of experience. Talk about your double standard. Those 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling did nothing for the liberal Democrat male ego.

I have heard some democrats say women will not vote for Palin simply because she is a woman. But I can tell you right now women will support a respectable mother of 5 if she is under attack from a bunch of emotionally stunted liberals.  That is a given. Woman are excited today – and those slinging mud at this fine woman will NEVER be forgiven.

Update: This is the kind of crap (from CNN no less) that will chase women to Governor Palin’s side:

CNN’s John Roberts, after briefly alluding to the issue of Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin’s experience he called into question earlier on Friday’s “Newsroom” program, asked correspondent Dana Bash about how the Alaska governor’s newborn son with Down’s syndrome might be affected if she were elected: “There’s also this issue that on April 18th, she gave birth to a baby with Down’s Syndrome…. Children with Down’s syndrome require an awful lot of attention. The role of Vice President, it seems to me, would take up an awful lot of her time, and it raises the issue of how much time will she have to dedicate to her newborn child?”

What a moron.  Women should boycott the male chauvinist CNN. One thing I am noting is the look of silent disgust on the woman anchor faces as the dems try and go after Palin.  The Messiah is dead.

Update: Obama has had to backtrack from his campaign’s initial swipe at Palin for being too inexperienced. He came out trying to being respectful, but when asked why the campaign was in the gutter (paraphrasing) this morning he tried to hide behind the idea ‘campaigns’ get trigger happy. We know Obama authorizes ALL media releases, so we know who tripped the trigger. But if not, the only other option is Obama has lost control of his campaign. Either way, Obama lost.

Update: Palin’s great speech.

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21 Responses to “Women Will Rally Around Palin Because She Is A Woman – Under Attack”

  1. breschau says:


    So you are stating, for the record, that you believe it’s possible that someone could graduate from Harvard Law School, and beleive that there are 57+ states. Okay.

    John McCain talked about the border between Iraq and Pakistan. Is he automatically disqualified from discussions about foreign policy due to that?

    Or would you need to “ask him” about that first before you could state that he definitely doesn’t think there’s an actual Iraq/Pakistan border?

    Or is is possible that, in your world, only one candidate is allowed a slip of the tongue? And what would you call that attitude?

    Why do you all keep falling for this simple logical falicy EVERY SINGLE TIME?