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Why Some Smart Women Think Palin is a Good Choice

Pam Atherton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Pam Atherton

A few of my very smart women friends think Palin has what it takes. I don't get it. Why can't they see what I see and what many conservative pundits are falling all over themselves to say? Palin is not qualified. I was so confused, I sought the advice of experts.

The Brains vs. the Trophies

Zondra Hughes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Zondra Hughes

Do we really want to send the message that strong, sophisticated women of substance will always take second place to the stiletto-wearing beauty queens?

Angry White Women Revisited

Anna Greenberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Anna Greenberg

Many women voters find much to admire about Palin, but that does not mean they will vote for her without knowing what it would mean to their lives.

Wake Up Little Suzi Wake Up!

Nancy Chuda | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Nancy Chuda

Every feminist who marched without a bra and defended the rights of women, we're going backwards not forwards, becoming a dying breed, even endangered if Sarah Palin becomes our VP.

Palin's Appeal To Working Class Women May Be Limited

Los Angeles Times | Faye Fiore and Peter Wallsten | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Trish Heckman, a 49-year-old restaurant cook and disappointed Hillary Rodham Clinton supporter, watched last week as the country's newest political st...

Professional Women: Palin Is An Insult

Marlene H. Phillips | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Marlene H. Phillips

The women who like Palin would have voted Republican anyway. Can McCain reach past that base and convince other women that Palin was a good choice? It's not about 'a woman' -- it's about women's issues.

Palin Puts McCain One-Up In Ohio

Mayhill Fowler | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Mayhill Fowler

Unless intense media scrutiny and the St. Louis debate destroy her credibility -- and it's going to take a lot more than bridges, polar bears and an abusive brother-in-law to have any sway in the Buckeye State -- Sarah Palin has suddenly put Ohio seriously into play for John McCain.