Palin affirmed our fears that she, along with John McCain, is on board with the platform's most severe anti-woman principles. Apparently women's health is not only "extreme," but it's not even up for discussion.
With the nomination of Sarah Palin to the Republican ticket, women who had scattered after Hillary Clinton's defeat were reenergized as they coalesced in their opposition to Palin's abortion viewpoint.
It defies all logic that these staunchly pro-life luminaries of Catholic legal scholarship would take these positions if the ludicrous charges about Obama supporting "infanticide" were in any way true.
Sarah Palin represents the ambition of evangelical Christianity to forcefully dominate, and pervert into its own ideological image the legislature of a country that was founded on a principal of religious freedom.
My nine year-old daughter asked why I am afraid of Sarah Palin. I answered, "Because she doesn't stand for anything that's good for women, for little girls or for any Americans." "But what does she stand for?" my wide-eyed daughter asked.