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Victims shouldn't have to pay for rape kits--though Sarah Palin might feel differently

By Tara Murtha
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Tracy says in Philadelphia all rape kits collected are processed.

"In different areas of the country, people do things differently," says Johnson. "We've always been on target here in Philadelphia, and really, every state should be doing that."

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1. cawren said... on Sep 23, 2008 at 01:26PM

“SARAH PALIN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Given McCains age and health history she could in deed become COMMANDER IN CHIEF I am terrified at the prospect of this less than open, inexperienced, undereducated woman might be representing the United States. Inexperienced? For a short time she was a sports reporter 4 years on a small town city council 6 years as the mayor of a small town with less than 7,000 people 2.5 Years as the governor of a state with only 650,000 people. On the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Palins lack of curiosity about the world and international affairs. Ms. Palin first applied for a passport last year. Undereducated? After changing colleges 5 times she did graduate with a Journalism degree Less than truthful? "Thanks but no thanks" Regarding the bridge to nowhere. In 2006, Palin ran for governor on a "build-the-bridge" in her platform. She urged quick work on Alaska's infrastructure projects "while our congressional delegation is in a strong position to assist." (Ted Stevens) After the bridge received sharp criticism from John McCain and other congressional members she backed down. Sarah Palin's transportation department has JUST completed a $25 million gravel road leading to the site of a (The Bridge To Nowhere) bridge that Palin, now boasts that she stopped, so as to save taxpayers money. The road was built with federal tax dollars. A ROAD TO NOWHERE Troopergate. A Democratic Witch Hunt? Alaskan Senate President Lyda Green, a Republican is critical of Palin's recent behavior. The Alaska Legislature has yet to decide whether to impose fines or pursue contempt charges that could lead to Todd Palin's arrest. The council, which approved the troopergate inquiry, is made up of eight Republicans and four Democrats. The inquiry was initiated, (Before her nomination)and continues, only because Alaska Republicans many of whom have worked with and supported Palin in the past agree with Alaskan Democrats that the question of whether Palin abused her authority must be addressed. The Trooper-Gate investigation and the link of Sarah Palin to the Right Wing Religious organization Focus On The Family. Liberty Legal Institute is the legal arm of the Free Market Foundation, a conservative activist group associated with James Dobson's Focus on the Family. They are now involved in the investigation. (A Sign Of Things To Come?) Book Banning Question In Oct 1996 Palin inquired as to whether Emmons (Wasilla town Librarian) would object to library censorship. Emmons resisted. Palin then raised the possibility that people may circle the library in protest, to which Emmons replied that the American Civil Liberties Union would get involved. Palin backed down. Palin fired Emmons on 1/ 30/1997. The next day she withdrew the firing after an expression of public support for Emmons Quite frankly the thought of Ms. Palin sitting across the table from the likes of a Mahmoud Ahmadinejad chills me to the bone. She is NOT qualified to be Vice President let alone President.”

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2. FactFanatic said... on Sep 23, 2008 at 10:13PM

“Will Sarah be testifying at Alaska Senator Stevens' bribery trial? Bill Allen, the Alaska oil baron who has already plead guilty to bribery, is on the witness list. That is the same Bill Allen who illegally funnelled campaign contributions to friendly political candidates like Senator Stevens and Sarah Palin, when she ran for lieutenant governor of Alaska.”


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