Colorado Women Against Palin presents
Road to Obama/Biden Victory Rally!
Join Colorado men and women (and hockey moms!) in support of Obama/Biden in two rallies against Palin, Monday, October 20th!
1. Colorado Springs
Meet at 6:30 am at The Entrance to Security Service Field
4385 Tutt Blvd Colorado Springs- Palin will be speaking at 8:00
Meet at 10:30 am at the entrance to The Budweiser Events Center
5290 Arena Circle- Palin will be speaking at 10
Please bring signs and American flags if you have them. Palin supporters have been asked to wear red. Please wear white if possible. Bring your t-shirts. Please be cautious when arriving, the rallies for McCain Palin have become very nasty.
Check our site for updates on time! http://coloradowomenagainstpalin.blogspot.com
For more information, contact: Michelle W. 303-513-9589 or email@example.com
Help us demonstrate how out of touch McCain and Palin are with our economy and American women! Please print and post around your neighborhood and send this to 10 friends. We need everyone who can make it to show their support! It's not over yet!
As a 59-year-old female resident of Golden, Colorado, I am outraged that ANY political party would present a candidate with the deficiencies that Sarah Palin exhibits with the expectation that women would vote for her. It was an irresponsible and dangerous choice to offer our country in a time of political and economic crisis.
-Diane V., 59, Golden, CO
I cannot support a candidate for Vice President who has such a narrow view of a democratic society. She doesn't represent those of us who know our own minds and believe that morals cannot be legislated. I became a woman during the era when it was common to deny women information about contraception and termination of pregnancy. It leads to catastrophic results.
-Teresa J., 60, Loveland, CO
As a mother whose only child is in the military, I am horrified at the possibility of our next president being a person with Palin’s background (or lack thereof). Her beliefs and attitude are truly polarizing, egocentric, and cater to religious extremism. My son and his friends are also scared of her… The leader of our country should be an intelligent, thoughtful, and cautious person who can look at all sides of an issue, listen to people expert in each area, and gather reams of information before making decisions that put our young people at risk of death or maiming for life. I have heard more than I can stand about Sarah’s glasses and shoes and how cute she is. These people obviously do not have children in war… How can we put this person in charge of all the brave men and women who fight for our country? This would be disaster for the country with serious consequences for the world.
-Judy W., 58, Glenwood Springs, CO
The USA is going to have to work hard to rebuild our credibility around the world. If Sarah Palin is our VP, her lack of experience in foreign policy (and her obvious lack of respect and regard for members of other nations) will only take us further down the Bush/Cheney road of arrogance and intolerance. And her ignorance of the threat of global warming is not only terrifying, it is downright dangerous. It's like the Dewar quote, "Minds are like parachutes; they only work when they're open." How can Sarah Palin properly represent a nation as diverse as ours if she believes that we should be censured, deprived, and molded into one neat sound bite?
-Jade M., 35, southwest Colorado
I am definitely against Sarah Palin. I am a middle-class mother and I do not think Sarah Palin has the intelligence, experience, or compassion to lead our country.
-Mimi S., 48, Fort Collins, CO
In the wake of her perceived-by-some win during the recent debate, I must say how empty and slogan-filled I thought it was. She was clearly well-trained, apparently came across to many as articulate and passionate, but had nothing of substance to say that someone hadn't told her to say. I also find her mocking, derisive undertone regarding Obama and Democrats downright offensive. The thought of her possibly being so close to the presidency is appalling to me.
-Robyn J., Denver, CO
Sarah Palin is definitely unqualified to serve as Vice President, and potentially, as President of the United States. John McCain has insulted all Americans by believing that we are going to be impressed by, and elect, a person that reminds us of our next door neighbor. We are a country of intelligent thinkers who will not be fooled by this farce. Shame on McCain for giving us so little credit.
-Teresa B., Gunnison, CO