Sarah Palin Doesn’t Care About Native People

Vice Presidential candidate Palin loves to say how her husband is mixed with Yup’ik Eskimo (1/4), but to a lot of Native’s in Alaska, they see it as just another timed move to possibly show herself in a better light for voters. To them, Palin has done more wrong towards the native community than right like preferring sport hunting rights over tribal sovereignty. Link!

(Palin is another example of the logic: Just because someone is dating/married/sleeping with a person not-like-themselves race/ethnic-wise doesn’t make them non-racist and/or non-prejudiced).

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3 Responses to “Sarah Palin Doesn’t Care About Native People”

  1. voteagainstsarahpalin Says:

    She always chooses whats best for her…its her policy.

    Need a Reason to Vote in 2008? How about a few Sarah Palin Facts.

    http://voteagainstsarahpalin.wordpress.com/2008/09/28/palin-a-reason-to-vote-in-2008-the-facts-about-sarah-palin/

  2. Every time I see Sarah Palin, I’m reminded of the women who’d clutch their purses when I’d walk past them in “fancy” department stores.

    It’s more than unsettling that SNL can base comedy sketches on what she’s said, nearly verbatim, and it’s comedic. I would’ve laughed even harder, had it not been for the fact that she could very well become President. *Shudder*

  3. @ voteagainstsarahpalin : So true. Anything to make it to the top, right? 😉

    @ Islanesia: I was thinking the same thing about the SNL skits! Those writers couldn’t make up more funnier things than what has actually come out of her mouth. SMH.

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