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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
You need to get your eyeballs tightened.
I don't claim to be psychic, but Sarah Palin is going to make a lot friends among women who also happen to have a cerebral cortex.
The gender feminists wouldn't vote for McCain if he put Gloria Steinem on the ticket.
Originally posted by tmbandt
reply to post by undo
If I were less informed, I'd prolly choose McCain due to his choice of VP.
Originally posted by southern_Guardian
Are women in a america really that ignorant to just fall down for Palin because shes another woman and shes having family problems? Is this how the GOP labels people? Is this the assumption here?
In the meantime, people are out there talking about the end of talk radio, the death of talk radio. The real story with Mrs. Clinton's demise here is the death of the feminazi. The feminist movement as personified by Mrs. Clinton is dead. She also represents the sixties Baby Boomers on the left. You know, I thought this was going to be an election between a sixties Baby Boomer on the left and a sixties Baby Boomer on the right, like Rudy Giuliani, Romney. This is going to end up being something far more generational than that. But I thought it was going to be the last gasp of the anti-war feminists, the anti-war leftists from the Baby Boom generation. They're gone! She has been dismissed, is what all of this means. The feminist movement as personified by militant, angry women from the sixties and seventies is dead. It has no influence anymore. It cannot even beat a candidate with no experience, a rookie, who speaks in platitudes.
The real story here with the demise of Mrs. Clinton, Katha, is that the feminist movement has no influence anymore, in a major political sense in this country. We have outlasted it; we have beaten it back. All militant feminism is, by the way, folks, is just one of the many tentacles of liberalism out there, and this tentacle, which is working its way into our... By the way, it's not dead. It's not totally dead, but it is been reduced in its national political influence. The tentacles of feminism are still out there screwing up marriages and screwing up child care and this kind of thing, and that's going to be the case for a long time. Militant feminism gave us the notion that every father is a predator. It gave us the notion that every father is a predator and abuses kids. Those kinds of things are still with us. But in terms of militant feminism as an agenda articulated by a leading feminazi winning elections, it's not the case.
Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
Im sorry, but you do not like Sarah Palin because she thinks abortion is wrong, and you like Hillary because she voted to keep the most barbaric medical procedure around (partial birth abortion) legal?
Originally posted by coolieno99
Picking Biden for VP is the 2nd biggest mistake the Dumbocrats have made. If Obama had selected either Hillary or Kathleen Sebelius as VP, Ms. Palin would not have been an issue.
The biggest mistake is picking Obama as the nominee. Look at the polls, it's a dead heat. In this current political climate, a generic Democrat would lead a generic Republican by 15 pts. This shows Obama is a very weak Democratic candidate.