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Palin Debate

I've heard Sarah Palin quit as Governor of Alaska. What to make of this. I've seen the debates, good decision, bad decision. Either way, if she was seeing her job affecting her family negatively or her state negatively, I applaud her stepping down.

What I want to discuss is the possibility of her run in 2012 for President. I heard one commentator state, as she is extremely pro family, that a run for President would seriously damage her family, especially considering a child of hers with special needs. Good point. Though to make change in our nation, that is so desperately needed, a person just like her might be the one to do it. So here's the question, does she sacrifice the needs of her children to steer our country where we need to go, especially if she's the only one able to do it.

Hey I am pro-family all the way. But i do think back to the many men and women who have sacrificed not only time with their family for our great nation, but their very life and limb to protect American lives. Any person in the military would agree how much sacrifice is involved in serving their country. Is it only applicable to men? Another conundrum. Is it more appropriate for men rather than the "heart of the home", women?

The interesting debate truly, is that feminist women would love to have a woman president, just not her! It would actually be exciting to see a woman succeed in securing the Presidency, who would disprove all the Radical Feminist ideology.

My opinion is mixed. I think enough people like her and would vote for her considering the direction our current President is dragging us. In the end, the decision is hers. She must weigh the consequences of her actions, and we as a voting public must trust in political figures prudence. We can't simpy vote for the other guy thinking that her children will suffer with her as President.


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