I also do not support Sarah Palin who misquoted Margaret Thatcher (video of Palin’s remark) by saying there’s a place in hell reserved for women who do not support other women.
The misquote was the use of the word ‘support’. That’s not what Thatcher said.
Thatcher said there was a place in hell reserved for women who do not help other women.
Albright fired back stating that what she said had nothing to do with politics, but I disagree. Helping women has a lot to do with politics as God’s Own Party takes several shots at the rights of women in it’s platform.
Faithful to the first guarantee of the Declaration of Independence, we assert the inherent dignity and sanctity of all human life and affirm that the unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed.
We support a human life amendment to the Constitution, and we endorse legislation to make clear that the Fourteenth Amendment’s protections apply to unborn children.
We oppose using public revenues to promote or perform abortion and will not fund organizations which advocate it. We support the appointment of judges who respect traditional family values and the sanctity and dignity of innocent human life.
It also supports banning lesbians (aka: women) from lawfully marrying other women:
Because our children’s future is best preserved within the traditional understanding of marriage, we call for a constitutional amendment that fully protects marriage as a union of a man and a woman, so that judges cannot make other arrangements equivalent to it.
In the absence of a national amendment, we support the right of the people of the various states to affirm traditional marriage through state initiatives.
Helping women isn’t political? In a perfect world perhaps, but this isn’t a perfect world. It’s America and a major political party has made restricting the rights of women a priority. We ignore it at our peril.