Saturday, August 30, 2008

In a Nutshell: Palin's Positions on Social Issues

Michael Paulson, Boston Globe: In October of 2006, the Anchorage Daily News described Palin's positions on social issues in a lengthy profile:
"A significant part of Palin's base of support lies among social and Christian conservatives. Her positions on social issues emerged slowly during the campaign: on abortion (should be banned for anything other than saving the life of the mother), stem cell research (opposed), physician-assisted suicide (opposed), creationism (should be discussed in schools), state health benefits for same-sex partners (opposed, and supports a constitutional amendment to bar them)."

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