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dmr Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-01-08 08:01 PM
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203. Any woman with multiple births would likely have a SHORT labor
especially after her water broke. There is no way, this woman was able to last more than have a day before giving birth.

That said, any woman whose water breaks prematurely, would be frightened. So much could go wrong. They would find the closest hospital for assurance that all is well. No doctor would sign-off on, and no woman with any common sense would endanger her unborn child, or herself by embarking on a short, let alone a very long flight. Remember also, this woman has other children who need her, would she seriously consider making them orphans?

Something happens to a pregnant woman - or at least to most women. They are extremely over-protective, and overly cautious. I lost my daughter 2 days after birth. It was a normal pregnancy, but complications do happen. It is a delicate time for any woman, and fortunately most pregnancies end happily, but as I said, complications can happen, which is why doctors, and mothers-to-be do not take unnecessary chances.

I don't believe this child could be Palin's. I don't think her labor could last long enough for this travel itinerary to happen. No way, no how.

I don't care if the child is her daughters. This type of arrangement has been happening for generations. I do care about being lied to (again) at the onset of her nomination.

As an American, not as a Democrat, I have tremendous reservations about the Republican ticket. As an American, it frightens me.

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