Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Wolf the "Moderate" [Hearts] Palin the Extremist

Anyone who, despite all evidence to the contrary, STILL believes that Frank Wolf is a "moderate," I encourage you to check this out:
...Palin will join Republican presidential nominee John McCain in Northern Virginia on Wednesday for an event.

The event will be held in Fairfax in retiring Rep. Tom Davis’s (R) district, and another potentially competitive race is nearby, in Rep. Frank Wolf’s (R) district. Wolf and the GOP nominee for Davis’s seat are both planning to attend.

That nominee, businessman Keith Fimian, is planning a “huge presence” at the event, campaign manager Zack Condry said.

He said he would love to get his boss a speaking role alongside Palin, adding that they are both fresh faces.

Just a short review of Sarah Palin's positions on the issues:

*"Opposes stem cell research."
*"Only exception for abortion is if mother's life would end."
*"No special hate-crime laws; all heinous crime is hate-based."
*"Teach creationism alongside evolution in schools."
*"Supports teaching intelligent design in public schools."
*"Global warming affects Alaska, but is not man-made."
*"Sue US government to stop listing polar bear as endangered."
*"Opposes explicit sex-education programs."

Also, Palin said that the Iraq war is "a task that is from God."

That's the candidate who Frank Wolf wants to share the stage with. Case closed, Frank Wolf is no "moderate." Any other questions? :)

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