Tuesday, September 9, 2008

A Backwards Step For Women?

Joe Biden, it seems, thinks a Sarah Palin victory will be a "backwards step for women."



But the real "backwards step for women" occurred when Barack Obama picked Joe Biden instead of Hillary Clinton to be his running mate.

Biden is the backwards step for babes... not Palin.

And, as far as Sarah Palin not believing in equal pay for women-- at least according to her critics-- I'm guessing she'll make the same money Dick Cheney made when he was Vice-President.

6 comments:

Suzy said...

A discarded avocado peel has more personality than Biden. I've said it before, Obama picked a dullard so he could shine. He knew Biden had less than 1% of the Iowa vote and had to drop out so he's not about to run for President and Hill would overshadow him. So arrogant.

dadthedude said...

I was pretty down before the RNC - the smartest thing McCain ever did was that nomination. I would be fine if they switched the ticket and she was running for the top job.

Fiar said...

I agree entirely with Suzy. The Obamasiah didn't want anyone that would atrract attention away from his majesty.

Traci Skene said...

Now he's being overshadowed by Biden... but not in a good way.

McCain, on the other hand, is being completely overshadowed by Palin and he couldn't look happier.

I think it says a lot about the two men.

Fiar said...

It's interesting that Obama was asked if he would have picked someone different if he knew Palin would be McCain's choice, and he said, "I picked someone who will help me govern." So basically, he plans to be the puppet and let Biden pull the strings. Everything about this guy is the moonbat's wet dreams of what the Bush administration is... Except for real instead of the land of make believe. A stupid, puppet President.

Interesting comparison, McCain chose someone who will help him get elected, not help him govern.

Traci Skene said...

Oooooooooh, nice analysis.