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What Sarah Palin and the GOP Really Think About Women

September 5th, 2008 | by Ken Grandlund |

It’s like Cranky said over here. Another reminder why this election is so important. And it’s kind of sad we have to still be going down this road. After all, with record debts, a failing economy, energy concerns, environmental concerns, wars abroad and the whole lot of corruption and internal destruction Bush has done to our country and government, the GOP is STILL stuck up on abortion?

Well folks, take a good look at this video. Is this what you want for the women in your life?

(cross posted at Common Sense)

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  1. 4 Responses to “What Sarah Palin and the GOP Really Think About Women”

  2. By steve on Sep 5, 2008 | Reply

    Haven’t the Democrats approved the budgets the last couple years with their control of the House and Senate?

    When is this great Democratic change supposed to take place? We’ve been waiting two years!!!

  3. By Cranky Liberal on Sep 5, 2008 | Reply

    OH Damn - SNAP Ken that was great!

  4. By christopher Radulich on Sep 5, 2008 | Reply

    Once again steve

    The senate is 49 democratic, 49 republican, 2 independent. The president is republican. So the republicans are doing what they do best destroying any hope of accomplishing anything good.

  5. By manapp99 on Sep 7, 2008 | Reply

    Chris, The GOP has controlled the Senate for only 4 years of the 8 that Bush was pres. Remember when Joe Jeffords jumped to independent giving effective control back to the Dems in June of 2001?

    When the GOP has had control of the congress they have not held the requisite 60 seats needed to actually have control. There has not been a time since the first two years of Clinton that there has been one party control in Washington. This was when his (hillary’s?) universal health care bill came up and did not garner a single vote. So much for anyone getting anything with ultimate control.

    This idea that spending has been out of control under GOP control is a myth. Spending being out of control by the Feds is clearly bi-partisan. Perhaps it is the only thing congress can agree on no matter who occupies the speaker and majority leader chairs. The GOP was bitching about the Dems blocking everything when that had slim majorities that the Dems are bitching about now.

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