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10/20/2008

Video: Potential federal mistake supports another

by Jeremy Hooper

This from the Christian Broadcast Network:

Still want to defend her as an "inclusive" Republican, Log Cabin?

Sarah Palin on the Brody File - Marriage Amendment [YouTube]
(h/t: Joe My God)

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Your thoughts

Hmm, so she is for "traditional marriage"? How can that be? She has JOB!!! Isn't the "traditional" wife supposed to stay home, make babies and have dinner ready for "hubby"? Isn't she being a bit hypicritical, having a MAJORLY powerful job AND not staying home to care for her children?

just my 2 cents.
aj

Posted by: aj | Oct 21, 2008 11:16:40 PM

How can someone running for office only be for some Americans, but not all, not you people over there. That doesn't make any sense.

Posted by: Kevin | Oct 23, 2008 1:40:32 AM

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