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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin faces major electoral limitations if she chooses to mount a 2012 bid, despite a slight increase in the country's opinio...
By the time women had finished dissecting Palin in a way men would have never been allowed to, her approval ratings were tanking.
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?
The "Colorado Women Against Palin" are what you would expect: an educated motley crew of all ages for whom the Republican vice-presidential nominee calls forth wit and outrage in equal measure.
** By Carol Anne Burger and Christian Avard **
Lee County and Collier County are the largest counties in Southwest Florida and are well-known as Repu...
Explaining that she was a Republican her entire life, she says, "The current Republican Party has destroyed the country economically" and that "The religious right now owns the GOP."
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.
For four years, Palin didn't seem to have a problem with charging rape victims to solve their own crime. I guess that's one way to be a "Maverick."
Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) says that if Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) becomes the first female vice president it will be a "backward step for women."
The idea that a woman of such limited experience should suddenly emerge on the national stage and be a heartbeat away from the presidency without a thorough vetting process is very scary.
I'm confused about what went on in Palin's 2007 meeting with Alaska's Alliance for Reproductive Justice, which "Advocate[s] for access to abortion services and high quality reproductive health care."
None of my pro-Hillary female friends are falling for this obvious GOP pander. John McCain has gone from maverick to "me too" -- trying to out-Democrat the Democrats and pick up some Hillary voters. But it ain't working.
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