Palin opposed to Sex.Ed.: How’s that workin’ out?

So, Sarah Palin still believes in opposing Sex Ed, aye?
Tell me Sarah; How’s that working out for ya?  🙂
(i.e., pregnant daugher)

Being opposed to any kind of education – – kinda reminds me of those polygamy cults – – keep ’em in the dark and obediant. Too bad it doesn’t work.

So this is the gal the GOP sees as savior?
Don’t get me wrong – I like her spunk, but maybe being governor is about as far as it should go. There’s about 700,000 people in Alaska; about the same population as San Francisco.  If she screws up, not too many people get hurt. But there are 300 million people in the US. I think I’d like something more than a hockey mom.

(Photo: Immaculate Conception)

Bristol Palin

Bristol Palin


~ by christianliberal on September 3, 2008.

9 Responses to “Palin opposed to Sex.Ed.: How’s that workin’ out?”

  1. 700,000 is not alot, BUT her approval rating is over 80%. This can be just a sample size for the whole US if you give her a shot. Obama has never even been in a position where is screw ups affected that many people. Qualifies her in my book. Join me!

  2. She’s not running for president, BUT if she were and we compared her to Obama… She has ran a town of 9000 people, to a state of 700,000, to almost 300 million. Obama has ran nothing to almost 300 million. I like my chances here even as a VP over Obama. People are criticizing her for only running the small town and a small state, but give her credit, she is the only one who has run anything other than a campaign. Argument is null and void.

  3. Good post.
    Hey what happened we picked an overrated republican governor for president? Oh yeah, that’s right… we’re still paying for it…

    And if Obama is inexperienced, then what in the world was Reagan.

    These positions the NeoConJobs are taking are simply politically expedient. Her UNWED, TEENAGE daughter is pregnant–what if it had been Obama’s 17 year old unwed, pregnant daughter? How would these hatemongers be talking then?

    One Love,
    Rev M

  4. I don’t think it has anything to do with “keeping em in the dark.” It has to do with making good decisions, that sex insn’t something we just do for fun on a Saturday night when the theater closes. But the quote Obama made about not wanting to “punish his daughters with a baby” if they made a mistake…are you kidding me, punish, that’s sic. What happened to personal accountability? If your child spreads her legs, or puts his pecker where it shouldn’t be, and they make a baby, they need to know that is the CONSEQUENCE! Just like this stupid STD vaccine, if your child knows they run the risk of getting an STD maybe they will make better decisions about when and with whom they are having sex. Her daughter didn’t follow her guidance and now she will have to live with the consequences, that’s it, that’s all.

  5. My point was (is) that the home-schooling style of “education” where only a narrow spectrum of possibilities is allowed to be considered just DID NOT WORK for Sarah Palin.

  6. Oh yeah and Rev M, If it were Obama’s daughter, she wouldn’t be pregnant, she wouldn’t be preggers, he doesn’t want her to be “punished with a baby.”

  7. To answer the guy above me, Reagan was governor. That’s what in the world he was before.

  8. It’s pretty clear to anyone with a working brain that comprehensive sex education is the best way to prevent abortions. Abstinence only education does not work, the average participant lasts 18 months and then has sex without knowing what to do.

    The difference between the Republicans and the Democrats (at least this time around) is that the Republicans try and outlaw morally offensive behaviour and the Democrats recognise that it will happen but try to minimise the harm done.

  9. Rolanda – you’re doing the same thing as Obama – calling the baby a CONSEQUENCE.

    Look that word up before you try to refute a civil man’s argument.

    Teenagers are going to keep having sex whether you teach them how to protect themselves or not, so why not prevent them from getting sexually transmitted infections and contributing to the overpopulation and child negligence problem that we already have.

    Amen. 🙂

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