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Now that the election is over and Sarah Palin has returned to Anchorage to keep watch over our U.S. airspace until 2012, let’s take a moment to remember all that she did for us during her three months on the McCain-Pallin ticket.
We've been hearing a lot about hockey moms now that one of them is running for the second highest political office of the U.S. government.
In fact, hockey moms across the country are waking up to the realization that they have unique qualifications to be movers and shakers in our great democracy. Non-hockey moms are finding their way to the nearest Modell's in search of hockey sticks and mouth guards and signing their son and daughters onto any teams that will have them. These parents want to be hockey moms, too, and serve their country in positions of leadership. All this time they were thinking that the mandatory credentials were out of their reach: an Ivy League law degree and years of door-to-door canvassing as a community organizer.
You, too, may be asking yourself, "Can I become a hockey mom and serve my country? Do I have what it takes to run for high political office?? Gay and lesbian parents in particular probably wonder about
Sarah Palin mangled foreign policy and demonstrated what she doesn’t know about the economy. What would she have to say on the issue of gay rights? Here’s the interview she might have given...
Katie Couric: Governor Palin, thanks for agreeing to speak to me today about gay issues. Many gay people consider the last 8 years of the Bush administration to have been particularly unfriendly to gay people. Would a McCain-Palin administration be any different?