“You don’t want to mess with moms who are rising up. If you thought pit bulls were tough, you don’t want to mess with mama grizzlies.” – Sarah Palin
The Republican Party hates women…is what the Democrats and their followers in the media keep telling us. Because we tend to be on different sides on the issue of abortion and Democrats think women are all single issue voters who share the same brain and can’t survive on their own without the Democrats help…Republicans are the ones who “hate” women. This may or may not be why they are so intent on destroying Sarah Palin.
Yes, the same Sarah Palin who was ill served by the mind numbing incompetence of the McCain Campaign in 2008 and the same Sarah Palin who is such a useless idiot and a moron and a big dummy…that the media can’t stop giving her tons of media attention for everything she does. That Sarah Palin. You betcha.
The same Sarah Palin who believes the Republican Party hates women so much…that she’s amassing an army of future Republican leaders, all of which are of the female persuasion. Don’t believe me? Just ask the extreme right-wing Palin apologists from…The Daily Beast? Hmmm…
Curious, isn’t it? For a woman described as “someone with a pretty face who lacks substance,” Palin sure gets flattered with obsessive attention by her opponents and the media.
With the growing disconnect between the political class (dancing the night away at a State Dinner on the South Lawn beneath baubles and butterflies and yukking it up at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner) and mainstream America (working hard to feed their families with 9.9 percent unemployment looming overhead and watching while the nation’s greatest environmental crisis unfolds), voters have lost patience.
Agree with them or not, it’s the women of the GOP—like Sarah Palin, Rep. Michele Bachmann (MN) and Gov. Jan Brewer (AZ)—who are tough enough to say exactly what they think. And their words are resonating with an increasingly vocal electoral bloc.
The article than goes on to highlight ELEVEN (that’s one more than ten) Republican women who are running for various offices this year, ranging from conservative favourites like Nikki Haley and Jan Brewer, to moderates like Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman. Give it a read.