Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Notice anything?

good grief


The Viscount LaCarte said...

For a more serious take on Sarah Palin's candidacy, take a look at what Gloria Steinem said in today's LA Times:

Palin shares nothing but a chromosome with Clinton. Her down-home, divisive and deceptive speech did nothing to cosmeticize a Republican convention that has more than twice as many male delegates as female, a presidential candidate who is owned and operated by the right wing and a platform that opposes pretty much everything Clinton's candidacy stood for -- and that Barack Obama's still does. To vote in protest for McCain/Palin would be like saying, "Somebody stole my shoes, so I'll amputate my legs."

Here is the
link to the full article:

indie in CA said...

Interesting piece from Steinem.

I like this quote from Steinem during the primary:

"This country can no longer afford to choose our leaders from a talent pool limited by sex, race, money, powerful fathers and paper degrees. It’s time to take equal pride in breaking all the barriers. We have to be able to say: “I’m supporting her because she’ll be a great president and because she’s a woman.”

The Viscount LaCarte said...

Wish I'd said that!