Working women sound off on Palin's candidacy

09/4/2008 | Sun (Baltimore), The

While some women say just asking how well Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin could balance motherhood with the vice presidency is sexist, the dual roles of Sen. John McCain's Republican running mate have resonated with women around the country who work long hours, cope with complicated schedules and have special-needs children. "It's interesting how all of a sudden we could be united as working women and something like this happens, and ... we just get so judgmental of each other sometimes," said a Maryland entrepreneur, Republican and mother.

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