Thursday, September 04, 2008

Ignorance is a Sin and I Have Sinned!

I confess. I was swayed by Sarah Palin's style and confidence. I thought I could see some cracks forming in the glass ceiling. But now, after reading countless exposes on various liberal blogs, I have become educated about her inadequacies. Now I can go back to knowing that I will not see a woman in the oval office in my lifetime. There are countless women who are qualified to be President of the U.S. But they would be savaged by the opposition for reasons that no man would be subjected to. Look what Hillary Clinton went through.

I'll vote for Obama, because I think he'll make a better President than would McCain. And who knows? Maybe someday one of his daughters might be nominated for the highest or second-highest office in the land. If so, I hope she'll have more experience in governing than any human being on the planet, an absolutely spotless past and present, and nerves of steel.

13 comments:

bizQuirk said...

Don't worry Mme Z., the party is working over time to get Chelsea into running shape. State Leg, Congress, Senate, President - all told....10 years or less.

Cat said...

I totally understand and I agree as well.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

After that previous post I'm glad to see you've come to your senses. Picking Palin was a cheap political stunt that won't work because she is not who she claims to be.

Bill Stankus said...

It's not Palin's sex that's driving people crazy - it's the Repug packaging of backwards thinking, regressive values and the pandering of her sex. All of that is then combined with skewed feminist values - working mother, etc.

She is the worst example of feminist efforts - in part because of her open acceptance of good ol' boy values and politics. She's our nightmare.

And I bet a woman will be president in 8 or 12 years from now.

Cormac Brown said...

I wonder if a woman will make it past the nomination stage. If she does? Even something as simple as her acidentally sneezing out her gum in the fourth grade will turn into "it was a demeaning spectacle of expectoration. It was clearly designed from the get-to, to humiliate her classmate and bully her other clasmates into submission."

Cormac Brown said...

BTW, if God forbid, they do get in? Palin has a pretty good chance of assuming the office and no, please don't misconsture this as a threat.

We are talking about a seventy-seven year-old man with skin cancer and a propensity to fly into rages over trivial things (says the forty-three year-old who has a similar temper and the blood pressure to prove it).

chaos4700 said...

Honestly? The whole "liberal feminists are saying that Sarah Palin should be at home with her kids" smells like a planted Republican talking point to me. I might be too isolated to really have a good view of the landscape, as it were... but this sounds like a manufactured meme. Kind of like "the media is liberal, it attacks John McCain and goes easy on Barack Obama."

Ms Smack said...

If I were voting, I'd vote for Obama too.

Utah Savage said...

Palin isn't a feminist. She might be a nazi, but she's no feminist. Abstinence only education, banning books, banning abortion, etc. I have company. I'll be back.

DCup said...

Look how quickly Palin came on the scene. Don't lose hope that you might see a female president. I'm not 100% convinced that the problem for Hillary wasn't that she was a a woman, but she was that woman with a lot of unfortunate baggage, a record that was easily attacked and the utter hatred of the drooling rightwing noise machine that was just dying to tear her apart.

Letty Cruz said...

Hey babe! Thanks for paying a visit to my grossly neglected blog! Yep, been in Mexico -- Rosarito. Will hopefully blog again soon. ((((HUG)))

Letty Cruz said...

and about Palin: She is responsible for killing wolves, thinks it's a good thing, just as she thinks forcing victims of rape and incest to bring pregnancies to terms is a "good" thing. She's a Stepford wife, shrill and ugly. Sorry, just the way I see it.

Here's the link to the article on her wolf-killing program in Alaska (graphic pic):

http://www.salon.com/env/feature/2008/09/08/sarah_palin_wolves/

Grant Miller said...

Did you hear the one about the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull??

If I hear her say that same line again...