I don’t know what this is supposed to be. Trying to capture the women disappointed that Hilary Clinton is not the Democratic presidential (nor vice-presidential) nominee? Trying to match Barack’s Obama youth and relative novelty to Washington?
I don’t know. Somehow it indicates a lack of confidence on McCain’s part, and frankly I’m a bit insulted. As a woman that is but I’m sure real Republicans would be too for other reasons.. Whether or not other women, Democratic, Republican, or otherwise would feel as insulted is debatable.
So who is this Palin woman.
Ah, governor of Alaska who came out of nowhere. Impressive, but umm, it’s only been two years. Fine, maybe to Alaskans, she’s been on the scene for a while. But, if we are going to talk about Obama’s lack of experience, why are we choosing a more (or equally) inexperienced candidate who has a chance to be president were something to happen to 72-year-old McCain?
Mother of five ranging in age from 19 to a few months. That’s called a handful. Wife to a native Eskimo. Hey! that’s diversity. Youngest child has Down’s Syndrome. There’s the disability angle. Oldest son in the army. There’s the defense angle. Blue-collar background. Take that Obama!
Feminists for Life, National Rifle Association, strongly pro-life, supports capital punishment, opposes same-sex marriage, She sounds hardcore and she’s not bad to look at either, being the 1984 Miss Wasilla, runner-up to Miss Alaska.
Hmmm, I may just like her…as a person. But I’m still insulted. Insulted, because if she were a man with those credentials, I’m sure the Republican party wouldn’t look at her twice. She is no Hilary Clinton. What, so just because she’s a woman she should get Hilary’s votes? So, to that I say once again McCain strikes out with poor judgment. Very very sneaky! I’ll like to see now what the arguments against Obama for president are, because surely inexperience cannot be one of them now.