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Originally posted by vor78
I saw a few people on TV making similar statements today. Its just more proof that there's nothing too low, no line of attack too disgusting or vile that the news media won't stoop to.
It just further confirms my believe that the news media is the root of all evil in this world.
[edit on 29-8-2008 by vor78]
Originally posted by mopusvindictus
This is Just SAD
What more than this, dealing with the responsability of being a Mom and VP illustrates the struggles of a Woman In America MORE than that situation or could foster more understanding into the lives of the People of America than this womans situation?
Originally posted by Loki
reply to post by TheAgentNineteen
Actually Newsweek is attacking Palin based on the same things McCain attacked Obama for. Lack of experience, energy excepted.
They also talked about how she was fortunate to be pitted against Biden for the debates, simply because his expectations are low.
I didn't even see that excerpt in the article.
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
How is it any different than attack Barack Obama on the many talking points you see from some of the members of the moronic masses here on ATS?
Its not okay to attack Palin? Why? Because she's a woman?
Originally posted by Fathom
I agree that she would be an excellent choice and they certainly can't attack her for inexperience (she has more than Oby).
The only thing that they can attack is that McCain is only a temper tantrum away from the VP taking over and the question would be "Is Palin too pre-occupied with her downs kid to lead a nation"? and I am pretty sure they would sink that low.
McCain might not win, but he's a genius.
August 29, 2008, Anchorage, Alaska – Governor Sarah Palin today released the following statement to Alaskans:
“It is the honor of my life to represent you as your Governor, and over the next two months I will continue to do so. As the mother of five, I know how to multi-task, and I will continue to promote the path of reform that we set out on together in the state of Alaska.”
“It is a great privilege to be John McCain's running mate and to be considered by the American people for the Vice Presidency. This honor is a testament to the reforms and progress we have made together in Alaska. Now is the time to take that spirit of reform to Washington.”
BILL WEIR: I must ask. Adding to the brutality of a national campaign, the Palin family also has an infant with special needs. What leads you, the senator and the governor to believe that one won't affect the other in the next couple of months?
MIKE DUHAIME: In terms of her personal life? You know, to the extent people want to look at her, she's got an incredible life story: five children, the son going into the military, she's got a --
WEIR: She has an, she has an infant with special needs. Will that affect her campaigning?
Palin's faked "pregnancy"? Covering for teen daughter? UPDATE #2!
Fri Aug 29, 2008 at 02:19:42 PM PDT
Okay, I just have to diary about this, although in many ways this falls into the "none of our business category".
But it appears that Pallin's last child, a baby with Down's syndrome, may not be hers. It may be that of her teenage daughter.