05 October 2008

PUMAs purr and roar

A cheery report from the rally in Carson, California. More here and here. Also, an encounter with the opposition.

3 Comments:

Blogger handmaiden said...

Ugh. Well, we all have our reasons for voting or not voting the way we do. I would of voted for Hillary, myself but since she's out I'm voting for Obama. But, then again I'm not a disgruntled Democrat.

I also believe in supporting women whether in politics or the right to choose an abortion . I certainly don't see Palin as a much of a supporter of women with those right wing Christian views of hers.

05 October, 2008 16:39  
Blogger Christy said...

I don't know Handmaiden...and I'm voting for Obama too....

I'm a liberal, but I don't think conservative women are anti-woman.

They may be anti-MY view of liberal womanhood. I'm pro-choice, of course, and her abortion stance is a trouble to me.

But she, herself, is pretty gutsy. Not that we'd be friends....

07 October, 2008 18:57  
Anonymous handmaiden said...

Well, the real point is where do her loyalties lay?

I'm a liberal, also. & like you I don't want to move the clock backwards. Sure, you can make the argument that conservative women aren't anti-woman, they are women after all. :)

It just comes down to what kind of women we want to be. This election cycle is our chance to show our strengths. Hillary Clinton would have been a good strong choice. Sarah Palin, not a good choice to represent us.

09 October, 2008 23:41  

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