Wednesday, October 22, 2008

From Sarah Palin in Toledo, OH

Palin asked the crowd why Barack Obama did not vet Clinton as a possible running mate and used that as an example of the problems with equality in the work place that face many American women.

“When it came time for choosing someone how Barack Obama just couldn’t bring himself to pick the woman who got 18 million votes in his primary and that seems to be too familiar a story isn’t it?” Palin asked, “How it is for so many American women that the qualifications are there, but for some reason the promotion never comes. There is always some long explanation for why they got passed over or some unseen barrier, some excuse and that’s just one of the things I so admire about John McCain he is not someone who makes excuses.”

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