Saturday, August 30, 2008
So my liberal McCain has chosen a woman for his vice. Makes for a very interesting election this time around. No matter who wins it will be an historical event.
I don't know where the idea of Palin came from. McCain gave away his big "no experience" club by doing this. She is however quite the babe for her 44 years.
I hate this choice but mostly because I'm lazy. Why couldn't he pick someone I already know? Now I have to research and study more just to figure out who she is and what she stands for.
I love this choice because compared to the ultra liberal McCain she just has to be conservative. You would logically think the NOW gang would be confused here. http://www.now.org/ The front page of their website today says "vote for Biden" because he's a friend to women. It also says to "elect more women". Well now they have a chance to actually elect one to the second highest office but they won't because she's an evil conservative.
BTW although I will normally vote for the republican candidate I don't always do so. I'm kind of a "tweener". I can't be a liberal because I think "I'm" better at spending my money than the government is. I can't be a true conservative because the money I do have I like to spend on things that are fun.
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In choosing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be his running mate, he is not thinking "outside the box," as some have said. More like out of his mind.
Palin a first-term governor of a state with more reindeer than people, will have to put on a few pounds just to be a lightweight. Her personal story is impressive: former fisherman, mother of five. But that hardly qualifies her to be a heartbeat away from the presidency.
For a man who is 72 years old and has had four bouts with cancer to have chosen someone so completely unqualified to become president is shockingly irresponsible. Suddenly, McCain's age and health become central issues in the campaign, as does his judgment.
In choosing this featherweight, McCain passed over Tom Ridge, a decorated combat hero, a Cabinet secretary and the former two-term governor of the large, complex state of Pennsylvania.
He passed over Mitt Romney, who ran a big state, Massachusetts; a big company, Bain Capital; and a big event, the Olympics.
He passed over Kay Bailey Hutchison, the Texas senator who is knowledgeable about the military, good on television and -- obviously -- a woman.
He passed over Joe Lieberman, his best friend in the Senate and fellow Iraq Kool-Aid drinker.
He passed over former congressman, trade negotiator and budget director Rob Portman.
And he also passed over Mike Huckabee, the governor of Arkansas.
For months, the McCainiacs have said they will run on his judgment and experience. In his first presidential decision, John McCain has shown that he is willing to endanger his country, potentially leaving it in the hands of someone who simply has no business being a heartbeat away from the most powerful, complicated, difficult job in human history.
Now we have that no experience going on both sides. Obama isn't exactly a world statesman either.
I think O has a bit of pucker factor with his choice with VP.
Joe B. is no real statesman, a lot of hot air. I will Take Sara over a guy who feel the need for head plugs for a comb over.
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