Palin? Who he? Duh.
Sarah Palin, John McCain’s choice to be vice-president, has served on a town council, as mayor of a city of 9,000 and has been serving as governor of Alaska for less than two years.
Today, on his 72nd birthday, John McCain put Sarah Palin, 44, a heart beat from the presidency.
Is this a smart move or is it an unacceptable risk.
McCain argues at every turn that Obama does not have the experience to be commander-in-chief.
What about Palin? Is she ready to command American forces and take on the leadership of the free world? Just to ask the question is to see how ridiculous it is.
How do you think Palin will stand up to Joe Biden? I thought so.
It seems to me that with this hair-brained move McCain has taken the experience issue off the the table. To be fair, McCain has picked an unexpected fresh face. He is not playing it safe (as Obama did with Biden). But I suggest the risk of choosing a woman with so little experience to be a heart beat from the Oval office is a risk that is unacceptable.
What do you think?
Finally, is there a person in the world who thinks Sarah Palin would have been chosen McCain’s vp if she were a man?