Al Mohler has an insightful and thoughtful blog today on Sarah Palin, motherhood, her daughter’s pregnancy, and the ramifications of a young mom in office. Mohler writes this:
I was asked about this on Friday in an interview with Stephanie Simon of The Wall Street Journal. As that paper reported:
So Ms. Palin’s decision to accept the nomination for vice president just four months after the birth of her disabled son gave pause to a few conservatives. But just for a moment.
“If I were her pastor, I’d be very concerned for her and her family,” Mr. Mohler said. “But it looks as though she’s found a way to integrate it all in a way that works.”
Some things remain to be seen, but I am still excited about the Republican ticket.