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McCain is bitching about supposed sexism from Democrats when this is what is being worn by Indiana delegates at the RNC?

What a bunch of bullshit.

By the way, ignore my previous post. That was IRONY, dammit :)

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Yeah, some pins worn by several members of the Indiana delegates totally dismiss the charges of sexism and make all Republicans hypocrites. Good to know that partisanship trumps intellectual integrity, Ph.D. in Neuroscience. If people with doctorates can't be rational in presidential elections, what hope do we have?

Well thank you so much for the logical fallacy. Can you point to where I even suggested that all Republicans are hypocrites? Hmmm, lesse.... nope. Not in my post. You must have conjured that shit out of thin air. Much like the notion that some Dems attacking Palin for her crappy policies somehow makes ALL Dems sexist.

McCain really ought to clean up his own party before employing a sweeping generalization on the entire Democratic party. Then again, we're not likely to see that happen, are we? He's had how many years, again, to affect positive change from the inside? Not exactly a stellar track record.

PS-- hard to be a partisan when I consider the Democratic party to be too far to the right of me, by and large. Plus, I'm not exactly a dues paying member of any political party.

Fair enough. However, by the same standard, McCain never said all Democrats are sexist either.

[ps - I dig your site, my penchant for squabbling aside]

I'd be highly surprised if he did, but damned if some of his surrogates won't make it seem that way. Plays out on both sides I imagine.

[thanks, nothing wrong with a good squabble anyway!]