Palin a Plain poor choice for VP
master_jim2008 | August 29, 2008 at 08:17 amby
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The fact that McCain is picking a woman is designed for one purpose, and that's to pick up women's votes. It sure isn't because either of them are qualified to lead. McCain offers 4-8 more years of Bush, and oh, did you notice, Palin's hubby is an oil man from Alaska? Geesh, just what we don't need, we have 2 oilmen in power now, and now McCain wants the wife of an oilman as VP? No thank you Senator McCain.
To top it off, I find it HIGHLY unlikely that McCain will last a year in office due to his age and poor health. Do we really want an unknown commodity like Palin taking over? Again, No thanks Senator McCain. In fact Senator, the majority of Americans feel you've served our country long enough, as a prisoner of war and as a Senator, the latter of which has been a dismal failure since you follow Bush most of the time, and we think it's time for you to just step out of the limelight altogether.
The Republicans railed on Obama for picking Biden, even some Democrats did, as they felt Biden to be more of the same on the democrats side, which means Obama isn't really an agent for change. I couldn't disagree more, however, at least he's fully qualified to be president should something happen to Barack.
McCain, you forgot the first rule of picking a VP. Pick someone who is tried and tested and ready to lead should cancer or a heart attack befall your sorry carcass. And Senator, like Barack, I'll debate that with you any day, any time, any where.
Bring it on old timer!
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