Great call

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I find it truly in­cred­i­ble that the lib­er­als in this coun­try are up­set with El­iz­a­beth Ed­wards be­cause she de­cided to re­main si­lent while know­ing that John Ed­wards, her re­pul­sive hus­band and pres­i­den­tial hope­ful was hav­ing an af­fair. Wasn’t it just 10 years ago that we had an­other woman re­main si­lent while her hus­band was hav­ing one of his many af­fairs and she was be­ing hailed as a bril­liant woman for “stand­ing by her man”?

Of course in that case Hil­lary Clin­ton not only knew ex­actly what was go­ing on since she had seen many years of Bill’s be­hav­ior, but then also lied about it and made the ac­cu­sa­tion that it was a “vast rightwing con­spir­acy.” It’s quite a party that those lib­er­als be­long to: Tor­ment the woman with can­cer while pro­tect­ing the woman that only lies when she opens her mouth.

On an­other topic, it will be very in­ter­est­ing to see how the lib­eral fem­i­nists re­spond to the se­lec­tion of Sarah Palin as John McCain’s run­ning mate. As a man who has al­ways told my daugh­ters that they are ca­pa­ble of be­ing what­ever they want to be, women ev­ery­where should be thrilled with this se­lec­tion, es­pe­cially the lib­eral fem­i­nists. But I sus­pect that Mrs. Palin has one very fa­tal flaw in that she is pro-life, and there­fore will be a to­tally un­ac­cept­able choice. In other words, it will be­come com­pletely ob­vi­ous to every­one that the lib­eral fem­i­nists care about one is­sue and one is­sue only: abor­tion on de­mand.

As for me, I be­lieve Sarah Palin is a fab­u­lous choice for Repub­li­cans and for the first time this year I will be con­tribut­ing to the Repub­li­can Party.

Christo­pher S. Beck

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