Palin vs. the “Can’t Do All” Dems

So now in the political realm there’s a big stink about Sarah Palin running because she has kids.

Since when did the Democrats think women should stay at home all the time??  They’ve held a strong point of women being able to work and raise a family. It’s typically Repubs that have the conservative view of women staying home with kids.

One example they’re using is with her 17 year old daughter getting pregnant.  (I guess my mom would be a terrible mom, too, since I got pregnant at 18!) They say she can’t be an effective VP with all the troubles of motherhood.

Democrats are worried. They thought they had the edge with a woman running for president, and now it’s obvious that Hillary’s flopped. So they have to go sling some mud at the Republicans. It can’t be both ways, but somehow they (D) want it to be. Talk about flip-flop.  “We can do it, but you can’t!”

She IS married. There’s plenty of stay-at-home dads. I’m sure her husband would take a huge share. How could he not? He’s going to be under the spotlight as much as she is. People (I for one) are curious what he’ll be doing to support his wife and what he thinks about the whole thing.

1 comment to Palin vs. the “Can’t Do All” Dems

  • Thanks for stopping my my blog.

    Yeah, it seems Ms Clinton has just become a big bag of stink around the Dems’ collective necks. Like most people want Billy boy and his frat house brothers back in the White House. NOT!

    I have a 19 dd whom is doing things I don’t approve of. What am I supposed to do, kill her? Dump her onto the streets? I think not. She knows that I don’t approve of some of what she does, but she also knows that I love her. And in non-rebellious moments, she makes the most amazing statements of faith. (Sometimes I think it just slips out when she’s not paying attention and working on being rebellious.) She will outgrow this and come back – unless I cut the cords of love and “turn OFF the porch light”. That would leave her totally in the dark. Sometimes even when they’re older, they need the parent’s “light” to survive.

    Sometimes kids do stuff (ok, MOST kids do stuff), despite what parents have both taught and modeled. We learn, we grow, we repent and we move on.

    I’m glad for her daughter that she has a mom that loves her and hasn’t thrown her into the streets over it.