Will John McCain's choice of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his candidate for vice president help him get elected president of the United States?

Correct: Yes 380 votes


Correct: No 231 votes


611 total votes


untamedShrewd 8 years, 7 months ago

The only thing Sen. Clinton and Gov. Palin have in common is that they are women. Furthermore, it is an insult to educated women if he thinks his selection of a woman will gain him Hillary supporters. Also, Palin most likely indorces McCain's vote to have insurance companies cover Viagra but not birth control since she opposes the use of birth control pills and condoms even among married couples. Gov. Palin is a prominent member of Feminists For Life. The FFL believe that all contraception methods are "abortifacients". And that "the pill" is a recreational drug. FFL also opposes In-vitro fertilization since "embryos not implanted in the uterus are destroyed...and involve 'selective reduction' where embryos have implanted themselves in the womb" the FFL "oppose fertility treatment if a life created after conception is destroyed as a direct result of the process." FFL pamphlets even atribute breast cancer to contraceptives. FFL believe that abstinence is the only effective form of birth control. Yet, Palin failed at teaching abstinence within her own home. No Thank you McCain.


Luster Vickrey 8 years, 7 months ago

As a military man I can not support a man that refuses to wear the American flag on his lapel, not can I support a man that painted over the American flag on his election jet nor can I support a man that refuses to stand for the pledge of allegiance. nor can I support a man that voted against funding of those men and women fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq.


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