Sarah Palin: The Right Agenda For America?

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Sarah Palin began her political career in 1992 when she became a member of the Wasilla Alaska city council. She then went on to chair for the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision, and then rose to Governor of Alaska in 2006. On August 29, 2008, Republican presidential candidate John McCain announced he had chosen her as his running mate. With this political background in mind, is Sarah Palin really qualified for the second highest position in our great nation? The answer is yes! Palin has described her party platform as "the right agenda for America" because of its "respect for equality and respect for life and an acknowledgment that it is individual Americans and American families who can make better decisions for ourselves than government can ever make for us" and stated that "individual freedom and independence is extremely important to me and thats why I'm a Republican. Even though Palin claims to respect equality and individuality, she is still a strong social conservative. She supports creationism being taught in public schools, opposes same-sex marriage, and is pro life... but thats ok because none of those things have anything to do with equality. The Bible says that marriage is the union of a man and a…show more content…
Palin doesn't believe that we should pull out of Iraq until their government can properly handle the Iraqi people. We will Know to pull out when our commanders on the ground tell us that the proper conditions have been met. Obviously we know how to govern their country much better than they do, even though their culture, religion, and way of life are completely different than ours. Our democracy is the best system of government in the world and countries like Iraq are fortunate to have people like us come in and do our part to better unify the
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