In a Mc Cain/Palin presidency, however, she would have been denied that very choice.
Definitely not a subject to make political hay out of.
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How will our 'holier than thou' Republicans handle this news?
What will be the reaction of the Evangelical Christians community?
True, mungo, but I'm going to paste something in about this that I posted on another thread in response to another poster that I basically agree with--because what bothers me about the politicization of this young girl's pregnancy isn't what seems to bother many others.----So....while I basically agree with you on the subject of Bristol Palin's pregnancy, and I myself called, a couple of days ago, for treating Sarah and Todd Palin's children as off limits, I just feel that it's important to note.......IF this IS a POLITICAL issue (which in my view it should NOT be), then this really is a case of a right-wing candidate being hoisted on her party's own petard.
For that reason, while I personally feel HUGE amounts of compassion for Bristol Palin (if not for being pregnant at 17, then for becoming a public spectacle), I don't feel ANY sympathy for her mother, who absolutely represents the views of those who are going to automatically judge HER daughter as somehow morally compromised by the fact of her pregnancy.
the failure of "abstinence-only" sex education, and Sarah Palin's support of it,2.