Sat, December 12, 2009
Republicans, Women in Politics
Is there really anything else to say?
So. freakin. scary.
OMG. Really. OMG.
They are just as misinformed and ignorant about the issues as she is. Very scary that so many people like her but have no idea what she stands for.
Every time I see a piece like this, I wonder just how people can actually be so sure of their opinions when they have no basis whatsoever in fact. And they are even prouder that they get their erroneous information from their churches, and don’t even SEE the irony in that. These people are so freaking scary. And ignorant.
Wow. That’s some scary video, IMHO–scary, but important. It reminds me what sheep we humans can be if we simply don’t think for ourselves.
You know I’m not into her, but once again, the Democrats are missing the point. Taking a “look at how stupid the people are that support her” stance puts the party in an out-of-touch position as a bunch of limousine liberals.
She is appealing to the masses that vote. Until you figure out the why and combat it, this woman will be one of your elected representatives before you know it.
Further, this is your tax dollars in education at work. The people that brought you the education of these people is now going to be in charge of your health care. Yay.
“are” not “is.” See, public school education.
Kristen, I agree with you — if people aren’t careful, she will get elected to something and these are the people who vote. I just think it’s sad that neither Palin nor many of her supporters can actually articulate their positions on issues or back them up with any facts.
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