Monday, September 15, 2008

Another Obama supporter: You can't juggle a breast pump with the vice presidency

“You can juggle a BlackBerry and a breast pump in a lot of jobs, but not in the vice presidency,” said Christina Henry de Tessan, a mother of two in Portland, Ore., who supports Mr. Obama.

Sarah Robertson, a mother of four from Kennebunk, Me., who was one of the few evangelical Christians interviewed to criticize Ms. Palin, said: “A mother of a 4-month-old infant with Down syndrome taking up full-time campaigning? Not my value set.”

The New York Times would not run a neutral story about racist comments referring to Obama in the same manner as they ran a "neutral story" about sexist comments referring to Palin. I guess they don't see it as sexist; it's just another point of view.

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