John McCain

Decide Now: Sarah Palin for President? Watch This

Posted on October 22, 2008. Filed under: John McCain, Sarah Palin, Video | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Sarah palin – avoidable gamble for presidency

Newt Gingrich says Katie Couric is “the enemy” that Sarah can’t handle right now.

Sooooo… is she ready now??

George Will:

When is she ready to be President? That’s the question.

Life is full of gambles that are unavoidable. This surely was an avoidable gamble.

tomm2thumbs said:

John McCain chose a gamble that was “avoidable”; Compulsive gamblers need help… not the Presidency.

Let’s not ever forget, this woman could quite easily be the next President of these United States, a land and honor we hold so dearly to our hearts. Sarah Palin is prompted and pumped and primed for every big speech she gives. For the interviews for which she has not been made robotic, she flubbers and flusters around like a kid at a spelling bee who’s never heard the word she’s been asked to spell. No amount of winking and repeating the word “maverick” will calm the treacherous waters stirred up by the real enemies of America, forget the enemy Sarah Palin sees in Katie Couric!

Some comments:

ccaf820 wrote:
I couldn’t agree more. This woman is a serious danger and I don’t know how McCain can sleep at night having made such an irresponsible choice.

flyingmagiccarpet wrote:
Forget it. Didnt work with Mr. George W. Bush, either.
When the lights are out, get a electrician. Not the priest.

TheloniousThinks wrote:
Yup… a “pit bull” who supposedly “took on” big oil, and “took on” corrupt politicians in her own party…. is afraid of reporters. She’s terrified of questions like “What do you think about this or that policy?” “What should we do about this or that foreign country?” “What newspaper do you read?” It is pathetic and scary. Do NOT vote for McCain.

Here’s the video:

Also, be sure to view the video at Funny Or Die entitled Sarah Palin in 4 Minutes. It’s an interesting take on this Veep pick.

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Conservative George Will on McCain’s “Dismaying Temperment”

Posted on October 21, 2008. Filed under: John McCain, Video | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Conservative George Will calls McCain “too risky” and says he is “behaving like a flustered rookie” among other things. This is another call to decide on whether this Senator is cool-headed and fair-minded enough to run the highest position in the land, making tough country- and life-altering decisions for us.

“The more one sees of his impulsive, intensely personal reactions to people and events, the less confidence one has that he would select judges by calm reflection and clear principles, having neither patience nor aptitude for either…

“It is arguable that McCain, because of his boiling moralism and bottomless reservoir of certitudes, is not suited to the Presidency.”

And would Sarah Palin serve us any better?

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The McCain/Palin Silence Disgrace, Video

Posted on October 15, 2008. Filed under: John McCain, Sarah Palin, Video | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Joe at Thrill Factory has posted a video of Keith Olbermann, anchor for MSNBC, providing an editorial of the “deafining silence” by Sarah Palin as she idly carries on after yet another audience member shouts a hateful message regarding Senator Obama. Keith also points out McCain’s irresponsibility AND responsibility in regards to the incendiary tone his campaign has taken.

When will this “MAVERICK” finally stand up and do what’s right? November 5th, 2008?

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Don’t Talk to Me About Pigs!

Posted on September 10, 2008. Filed under: John McCain |

And the headline reads “Did McCain call Romney a ‘pig’?” And the answer is a resounding YES!

“Never get into a wrestling match with a pig. You both get dirty — and the pig likes it.”

Yessiree, those were McCain’s exact words as reported by the Boston Globe in December of 2007. So why is there so much flap about Obama’s recent pig comment? If that statement was so offensive, why are we not shrieking at the pig statement by John McCain? I, for one, find this disparity to be an outrage.

Why so outrageous? Because of a pig statement? No. This is outrageous because there is yet another attempt to sway the American public (and the world; they are watching) away from the double standards of the McCain/Palin camp. Never have I seen such pandering by a official hopeful.

Don’t get me wrong. This is not nearly a blow as the attempt to “out-minority” Obama by McCain’s pick for presidential running mate. Still, it reeks just as pungently. It just plain stinks. However, isn’t this the right thing to do to skirt the major issues that plague our nation upon which we will choose our next leader?

May we get back to those real issues? How about “How to Get Promoted in PalinWorld.

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