She's No Hillary

Sara Pain is everything feminists esteem, especially the liberal feminist advocacy group National Organization for Women–NOW. She’s a competitor, accomplished, intelligent, popular, and a fighter. So, why do they demean Palin’s accomplishments? There’s one little problem, she’s a woman of faith and a conservative.

The Washington Post’s Sally Quinn questions Palin’s ability to mother and have a career, “I think, when you have five children, one a four-month-old Down syndrome baby, and a daughter who is 17, who is also a child and who is going to need her mother very much in the next few months and years with her own baby coming, that I don’t see how you can not make your family your first priority.”

Palin ultimately affirms life is precious when she’s seen holding her baby on national TV. This flies in the face of the liberal assertion “all babies should be planned and healthy.” In an attempt to discredit Palin, they made her mothering a campaign issue. Oops! This turns out to be a major goof for radical feminists. We’re supposed to be able to have a career AND a family. Even though they loathe Palin, it’s necessary to backtrack on the issue of priorities. A couple of days after Quinn’s remark, she made a weak attempt to defend Palin’s place on the Republican ticket.

If that wasn’t enough drama in the public arena, Palin’s pregnant teenage daughter is viciously attacked by the liberal media–only to have the Palin family surround her in love. This dispels another liberal myth, people of faith are hateful to unmarried pregnant women.

Olga Vives, vice president of NOW, vowed to be “very strong and aggressive in letting our constituents know that the McCain-Palin ticket would set women back many years.” Exactly how would the McCain-Palin “set women back many years”? If John McCain and Sarah Palin are elected this November, it’ll be a significant moment in history for women, not a setback!

“You can’t trade one v- – – -a (female body part) for another” bellowed Joy Behar on “The View.” Extremely unhappy that Hillary Clinton is not in the running for the White House, either as president or vice president, Behar makes it crystal-clear, only a liberal candidate will be considered a feminist victory.

“She’s NO Hillary,” Congresswoman Karen Thurman agrees with Behar, but states it more concisely.

Okay, we know Sarah Palin isn’t Hillary, already! Why all the venom, lies, and backbiting? What happened to the sisterhood? Palin has single-handedly unmasked the hypocrisy of the women’s movement on the world stage. For decades, NOW and other radical feminists have been a deafening shrill voice drowning out anyone, who doesn’t agree with their extreme agenda.

Palin is NOW’s worst nightmare on steroids. She’s everything they aspire to be, but with a moral compass. Ouch! To make matters worse, they’re afraid Palin will give a voice to the silent and flesh and bones to what’s been an invisible woman. They’re terrified that truth will NOW drown out their radical racket!