posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 07:32 PM
Can I ask two rather stupid questions? What does it matter if Palin's daughter is pregnant and who really cares, I mean really cares?
Does her pregnancy have any impact on the econony?
On gas prices?
On the housing crisis?
On social security and keeping it solvent?
On the military?
On the war in Iraq, the war on terror?
On urban violence?
On the environment, on global warming?
On universal health care?
On global issues like Russia's seeming aggression and/or human rights in China?
On illegal immigration?
On poverty in this country and around the world?
The only ISSUE I can see this having any relationship to is the abortion issue, and guess what? She had the "right" to abort, but decided to keep
the baby and get married to its father. Does her pregnancy, her decision really touch any one of us in our daily lives? I've thought and thought, and
it doesn't make a difference in my day to day activities.
There are issues in this presidential race, folks, REAL ISSUES, and Bristol Palin's pregnancy isn't one of them.
What's more important: her pregnancy or the issues facing this country??
Are non-issues like this, smear campaigns, and folks private lives all these elections have boiled down to?
The actual issues are getting lost in the muslim, marxist, shady character questions to and about Obama and in the elderly, senile, dementia laced
questions to and about McCain.
And, around here, there seems to be 3 issues oriented posts to every 100 smear posts. Any wonder I am worried about the future of our country?