Sunday, November 2, 2008

A Reminder Of McCain's Cynical Attempt To Gain Women's Votes

The suffragettes struck an early blow for women's rights by campaigning for the right to vote. Were any of these independent-minded activists still around, I'm certain that they would see right through John McCain's cynical attempt to gain women's votes through his pick of Sarah Palin. It's a reasonable assumption that they would carry the two banners shown here and encourage women not to throw away their vote, which came after so much struggle and suffering.


Virginia Harris said...

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Virginia, I especially can't imagine not voting after today's thrilling Obama victory. Your email series looks like a worthy contribution to a valuable topic.