Wednesday, September 3, 2008

The GOP and its defense of women

Posted By on Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 1:52 PM

Sarah Palin has become the face of Democrat sexism. Those evil donkeys have gotten the ultra liberal media to write nasty things about this woman of God, this mother and this rising star! How dare they? No one is asking Barack Obama if he can be a father and a president? No one has even asked that of hizzonor John "I put my country first" McCain. How dare these liberals treat Sarah Palin, an honorable white woman, so badly?

So, if you didn't realize that the first paragraph of this blog was sarcasm, you really should go and talk to someone.

The Republicans are funny to me. Now, they are talking about how unfair the media is to women! Where was this self-righteous indignation when Fox News was calling Michelle Obama, "Barack's Baby Momma?"

Where was this indignation when Hillary Clinton was getting slammed in the media while she was the first lady? Oh, they were planting those reports then. It is laughable to think that the GOP is the last line of defense for women's rights.

Isn't this the same Grand Old Party that is at war with the woman's right to choose? The same group of old farts that would rather pay big oil companies rather than securing health care for all Americans and these are the motherfuckers people who are pointing out sexism in the media?

Give me a break.

The facts are, Palin is just as crafty and cunning as any GOP man--simply ask her former brother in law. There is enough dirt out there about this novice, so reporters don't even have to talk about her pregnant daughter. Because if McCain wins in November, is Palin the woman we want with her finger on the red button if Grandpa croaks?

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