Conservatives Turn On McCain-Palin


The facts are this: Every so called “qualification” that the Mac Camp have attributed to Palin, if not an outright lie, has been a gross exaggeration. Someone who is truly qualified for the position does not have to inflate their resume in the way that she has. This may work for obtaining menial jobs, but we are talking about the vice presidency to a man who has had several bouts with melanoma.

This is serious stuff.

Sarah Palin has many virtues. If you wanted someone to destroy a corrupt establishment, she’d be your woman. But the constructive act of governance is another matter. She has not been engaged in national issues, does not have a repertoire of historic patterns and, like President Bush, she seems to compensate for her lack of experience with brashness and excessive decisiveness.

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4 Responses to “Conservatives Turn On McCain-Palin”

  1. You’re reaching, honey. I can’t believe how manic you libs are over Palin. Please, keep it up; you’ve found so very little, and drove so much of the spotlight to President McCain.

  2. $1.5 trillion mess forced upon American tax payers by the CEOs of Fannie May and Freddie Mac are economic advisers to Barack Obama. In addition, Obama is the “largest recipient of political funds from mortgage giants Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae.”

    Think about it, just look how Obama’s economic advisers, CEOs Franklin Raines and James Johnson, ran Fannie and Freddie into the ground. This whilst forcing more debt, in the trillions, upon tax payers meaning higher taxes for Americans.

    The Democrat controlled congress just helped in causing this financial meltdown. Before the Democrats controlled congress the US economy was strong, but ever since then the economy has been heading downwards.

    The Democrats control all branches of government except the executive branch. Do we really need more of the same Democrat agenda? Do Americans really want more socialism that creates bigger government, more government spending, and higher taxes that ultimately gives more control of government over the people??

    How often do you think a lawyer turn preacher politician lies? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMUgNg7aD8M

  3. It’s one thing to attack somebody’s policies. Attack ads that highlight weaknesses, or even just perceived weaknesses in a politician’s strategy generally fall within fair game.

    When you use personal attacks, such as attacking a man’s religion, family, or friends, you cross a line.

    McCain could go on forever about Obama’s lack of experience, and I wouldn’t fault him for it. When he attacks Obama for this completely BS charge of being “friends with Ayers,” I have a problem with it. Ayers was cleared of wrong-doing, and besides: Obama had nothing to do with Ayers’ crime. he was 8 when that stuff happened.

    If McCain has to bag on Obama for serving on a fund-raising board alongside somebody, that means he can’t come up with a more relevant attack.

    Also, you notice that Obama has actually been fairly clean. He never attacked Palin on her family situation, and she totally could. Democrats could question how she raised a daughter that got pregnant out of wedlock. They could question the fact that Mr. Palin didn’t want to be an American anymore, and actually joined a political party with the goal of making Alaska its own independent country.

    But not only has he not attacked them on things like that, but the few times that memebers of the media or attenders of his rally have tried to bring it up to him, he has very resolutely told them that it is dishonorable to bag on somebody’s family, and that anybody who supports him shouldn’t do it.

    If the Republicans strongest criticism of Obama is not directly tied to his policies, then I can only assume that they find no serious fault with his policies.

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