Monday, April 30, 2007

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Edwards Touts Husband's Record for Women

Monday, April 30, 2007

CONCORD, N.H. - Elizabeth Edwards said Monday her husband will do more to help women than any other candidate, including the one hoping to become the nation's first female president.

"If you want to make a difference in women's lives by your vote in 2008, vote for John Edwards," she said in a brief interview with The Associated Press between campaign stops.

"That is not intended as an anti-Hillary statement of any kind," she added, referring to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.

Earlier, Elizabeth Edwards told Southern New Hampshire College students that empowering women is about more than seeing women attain high offices. It's about providing higher wages, health care and educational opportunities to women at the margins of society.

"The power of women to change this country doesn't happen just at our highest levels," Elizabeth Edwards said. "The real impact of empowering women will be when it happens across the board."

The trip was Edwards' second to the early primary state since announcing in late March that her breast cancer had returned and spread to the bone. Since then, she said no one has approached her to criticize her decision to stick with the campaign, and those who have done so online or by other indirect means don't know what they're talking about.

"People who haven't faced it just don't know yet what they would decide to do so it was easy to speak from a position of ignorance," she said. "Plus, we're a pretty judgmental society."

Those who question what the decision could mean for the Edwards' two young children should realize what the death of their 16-year-old son in 1996 taught them about parenting, she said.

"With respect to our children, I think they might understand that we have given this a lot of thought even before the diagnosis because of Wade. One of the great things I can say about being Wade's mother is I have no regrets," she said in the interview. "And on my final day, whenever that is, I hope it's a long way away, I hope to be able to say with respect to these children that I have no regrets."

Asked about her own haircut habits considering the uproar over her husband's $400 haircut, Elizabeth Edwards said that after going through chemotherapy, she was more focused on letting her hair grow than cutting it. She said she gets her hair colored and trimmed at a small salon in Chapel Hill, N.C.

"I'm not big on haircuts," she said. "Sometimes I do that root touchup thing that you buy. Those cost $5.49 at Target."


Fred X said...

Have you the URL to this?

Manginas like John Edwards don't deserve to be called men

He just loved Amanda Morcotte and only fired her because he was worried about his public image

He knew in advance what a misandric, vile femcunt she was before, he knew what he was doing

A vote for him is a vote for misandry

As is the case with all of them

Give me real opposition and a man with conviction any day

Masculist Man said...


I'd love to provide you with a link but in this case it would lead to my ISP being known and I can't do that for security reasons but if you or anyone else for that matter wants to google it for accuracy then go ahead. However it is not far fetched because back in '04 when he was John Kerry's running mate he basically agreed with Kerry's platform of putting the government on the side of women. That is why I voted for Bush and then Bush signed VAWA II into law so I guess they get the last laugh and that always fucking sucks.