Palin owns Women's Rights

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    With no popular leftist women possessing any charisma whatever, it's inevitable that Palin, the reigning Queen of Charisma, will become the voice of Women's Rights in the near future. The leftist fear will be realized and their shrill voices will be just a whored memories.

    This article was interesting...........:lol:

    Hard on the heels of Sarah Palin’s stellar speech (and we assure the readers that our juxtaposition of the words words “Hard on”, “heels”, and “Sarah Palin” is purely coincidental) at yesterday’s D.C. rally, Feministas Anna Holmes and Rebecca Traister have published an Op-ed in today’s New York Times bemoaning the left’s lack of a similar charismatic female leader. It is a stunning admission of political failure, or it would be if they were talking about anything other than Feminism, which hasn’t chalked up a single genuine victory since the 70′s.

    Palin is a political Dreadnought – she’s withstood two years of constant assault from the left and yet refuses to sink. Libs have thrown their entire arsenal at her but she continues on, even picking up speed. She’s now on the verge of appropriating one of their most cherished issues – Women’s Rights – and it’s driving them crazy.

    Liberals Now Want Their Own Sarah Palin? | ConstitutionClub.org
     
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    :rofl: God help women!

    A woman who rolls her eyes at a another woman for saying she is a teacher, does not represent women's rights. And they don't have reality tv shows.
     
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    Support womens rights to tanning beds :clap2:
     
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    AP-Gfk polls August 16th

    Favorable view of Palin - 41%

    Favorable view of Hillary Clinton - 65%

    ...and...

    CBSnews poll August 20th

    Favorable view of Palin - 23%
     
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    Sorry, friend Lumpy, but the possibilty of Governor Palin being acceptable to those self-identified as 'feminists' is unsalable.

    1. Feminism in the commonly accepted cultural parlance is far left wing, and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party.

    2. Radical Feminists refuse to recognize the accomplishments of conservative women. Jeane Kirkpatrick, Margaret Thatcher, Sarah Palin, none could be recognized or honored. Apparently there are men, women, and people who might otherwise have qualified as women but have chosen to be Republicans instead.

    3. To be acceptable, Palin whole have to redesigned...The result must of course be anti-bourgeois, anti-capitalist, anti-family, anti- religion, and anti-intellectual.

    4. Logical as it seems that women should be prepared for events such as divorce and widowhood, marriage and family may reduce opportunities for outside work or education. But the solution, according to Simone de Beauvoir in an interview with Betty Friedan is “No woman should be authorized to stay at home and raise her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice precisely because if there is such a choice, too many women will make that one.” “Sex, Society, and the Female Dilemma,” Saturday Review, June 14, 1975, p. 18.

    a. Like all totalitarian movements, the goal is not to give more freedom, but to take away choice. This view, of course, would be anthema to Governor Palin's conservativism.
     
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    Yeah that poll has to be hosed. Congress's approval could not be as high as 11%
     
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    Brilliant post........... I'm repping
     
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    Sarah Palin continues to build strength - just like a tropical storm that is one day going to be much larger in scale. I agree. She is much like the old Timex watch commercial. "Takes a licking and keeps on ticking." She has a message that is like a breath of fresh air to many and like the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard to others BUT you have to agree that everybody listens to Sarah Palin. Some to scorn and others to give her words some real thought. I predict that one day we will all be hearing more from Sarah Palin. One day, women are going to truly rally around her and you know the saying, "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world."
     
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    If it makes you feel better this poll was 7/22/10, I'm almost certain Congressional approval is even worse now..
     

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