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28 October 2008


Joan Price

Another great post, Sue! Wow, I knew McCain/Palin would be bad for my bed, but I never realized how bad. Thank you for enlightening us! Excuse me, I'm going to fill out my absentee ballot right now....

Joan Price

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C.S. Lewiston

Used to be that the Republican party was the conservative party, annoying perhaps, sexually-repressive certainly, but not maniacal. Nixon was anti-abortion, but it was his supreme court which authored Roe V. Wade. You could still get contraceptives at the drugstore, and any pharmacist who refused to dispense birth control pills "on moral grounds" would find himself on unemployment. There was opposition to sex education in schools, but not a push for formalized disinformation, as we now have.

The Republican Party needs to be disciplined, and how!


I've said all along that McCain would shove women's rights back to the dark ages. When he chose Palin as his running mate and I heard her stance I was convinced the man actually hates women. And let's face it, it is obvious that Palin hates women too! She is an embarrassment to females if you want my not so humble opinion.

McCain is just another male chauvanist pig (and I use that phrase lightly here).

On the other hand, I don't believe Obama has our best interests at heart either and fear he will lead us down the road to socialism.

I voted for a third party instead, I refuse to once again vote for the lesser of two evils......THAT obviously doesn't work.


Interesting how the people who are against government intruding on our lives are so into intruding on our lives. Do they not get it? Do they not even see the hypocrisy of saying that taxes are socialism but telling people, just about, what sex positions are legal is such an invasion of privacy as to not only not be democratic, but to be tyrannical?

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