Mark Buse, John McCain's Chief of Staff, a semi-open Gay man who works for a candidate that panders to the religious right on LGBT issues, or John McCain, who obviously has no problems working around Gays, but doesn't believe we should have basic human rights?
"When Pam Younggren, 61, of Fargo, N.D., was told the news of the 17-year-old’s pregnancy, she shrugged. “Well, she wouldn’t be the first one,” she said.
“We can’t control what our daughters do,” she said. “I don’t see it as a problem. She will have appropriate care for her baby.” - (New York Times)
Gov. Palin believes the only sex that should be taught in schools is abstinence. Oh really? How's that working out for your family, Governor? This is going to be a shocker for the gov, but when sex is taught in schools, it's not a "how to" course. It's about physiology, family planning, veneral disease, responsibility for behavior, why there's a whole bunch of things taught. Maybe if Bristol knew a little more than "you're not supposed to do it until you get married," she would have thought out her actions a little more. Now we're going to have two more teen-aged parents, ill prepared to raise a family, struggling to make lives for themselves and their child.
"This is like a cat covering up crap in its litter box," Lynette Clark, chairman of the Alaskan Independence Party to comments by the McCain campaign denying that Sarah Palin was ever a member of the AIP. Lynette Clark (nee Stinson, aka Yukon Yonda) is a very dear friend of mine. We were business partners back in 1979, and have remained close friends ever since.