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Jew, video with tags Barack Obama, election, Florida, Florida travel, general election, grandparents, Sarah Silverman, swing state, travel on October 4, 2008 by Qritiq
evil with tags anti-choice, candidate, criminal, election, far right, general election, government in the bedroom, John McCain, nominee, right winger, Sarah Palin, Vice President on August 30, 2008 by Qritiq
A few things about Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin. She doesn’t understand the concept of evolution. She thinks global warming is a hoax. She illegally flouts our American separation of church and state. In Alaska, children are forced to learn religion in the public schools at taxpayer expense. But not their own religion, only Sarah Palin’s religion. She wants to spread this practice to all of the states.
Sarah Palin believes that if a young girl is raped by her father, she should be forced to give birth.
It is sad to think that John McCain has made the assumption that women voters are so simpleminded that we can’t differentiate the caliber of a Sarah Palin from that of a Hillary Clinton or a Dr. Rice.
catchall with tags DNC, election, Hillary, politics, ticket on June 11, 2008 by Qritiq
The pundits keep saying that my ire will wear off and by the time of the general election, I’ll blithely vote for Obama. I don’t think so. I do understand that a vote for McCain is a vote for wire-hanger abortions. And a vote for McCain is a vote to take all the money I’ve paid into Social Security and give it to private industry. But I still don’t think I’ll be rushing to vote for Obama.
Unless Mrs. Clinton is on the party ticket, I will likely be writing her name in on my ballot. And if McCain wins, we can try again in 2012 to get HRC into office. Whereas if Obama wins, that possibility would be most unlikely.