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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Palin in a Swimsuit

Well, it was only a matter of time until the 1984 Miss Alaska swimsuit photos of Sarah Palin surfaced. With the media and every Liberal blogger in the country focusing on her, digging into every nook and cranny of her past, even braking into her e-mail account, it is surprising that it took this long for them to show up.

And here is the video.

Of course, these pics are not nearly as spectacular as the bikini photo, but then, that one was made to order. As I said, the left was looking for these images from day one when she was named as McCain's VP. They were so afraid that Sarah Palin would usurp many women voters, especially disgruntled Hillary supporters, and it was hoped that images of her in a swimsuit at a beauty contest could be used to show that she was no friend of the women's movement. Feminists view beauty contests as sexist and demeaning to women. Now that these photos have surfaced, they have barely made a ripple in the political waters. Since they were so late in coming, the left has focused on Sarah Palin's views on the abortion issue instead. The latest attack came from actress Ashley Judd who characterized abortion a an issue of "women's privacy." See video below.

It shocked me to hear the issue of abortion referred to as an issue of women's privacy. The question of whether abortion on demand should be legal is a question of right and wrong, of moral or immoral, privacy has nothing what-so-ever to do with it. There is a law which requires psychologists to report patients who exhibit tendencies toward pedophilia. Can you imagine the outrage if someone were to refer to it as an issue of a pedophiles privacy.

1 comment:

Kansan said...

Quite a butt, at such a young age (20). Much larger than you'd imagine.