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    The next couple of months should be quite entertaining...can't wait for Yukon Barbie to go toe-to-toe with Biden.
    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."-Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by mintjelly View Post
    The next couple of months should be quite entertaining...can't wait for Yukon Barbie to go toe-to-toe with Biden.
    Yukon Barbie!!! ROTFLMAO!

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    Yukon Barbie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    So naive... why not go pick up a book about the history of feminism, look at Palin's life and then come back and post.

    Having five children and being this success that she is a huge accomplishment and at the very least, feminists should acknowledge it.
    You have no fucking clue what you're talking about.

    ETA: My response is inappropriate and uncalled for. I sincerly apologize. What I should've said is there is no singular feminist ideal. What we have in common, however, is the belief that we are more than secondary men. We are human beings. To some she doesn't fit their idea of a feminist's life. To others, she is a great example of their beliefs. But our voices are different and every bit as valid as any man's. Again, I apologize for what I posted.

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    Since we were talking about experience, here's a quick political experience rundown, between the candidates and VEEP picks:

    Obama - 10 years
    Biden - 30 years
    =
    40 years, together

    McCain - 23 years
    Palin - 2
    =
    25 years together


    I'd rather have the team, with the most combined experience, win this.

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