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  1. Roz September 20, 2008 7:52 am

    This whole campaign season has been a study in hypocrisy! It’s as if these politicians do not look at their own news clips – and in this day of instantaneous access on the internet, it is not that hard. It is an insult to women everywhere that McCain feels that she is so qualified as to be second in command of a country that she has barely seen.

    If her foreign policy experience of being able ot see Russia from Alaska is sufficient, then the fact that I can see Cuba from a very high point in Miami with a telescope should make me an expert on Communism. She spoke out on Georgia, basically saying that out troops and NATO should be able to go in and fight for them against Russia, not even realizing that Georgia isn’t even a part of the NATO group of nations.

    If she couldn’t adequately teach her own daughter abstinence and sexual responsibility, how is she going to lead a nation if her very geriatric partner becomes incapacitated. The possibilities are scary!

  2. Kimberly September 22, 2008 6:45 am

    This woman just gives me the heebie-jeebies. Just yesterday, I was in a situation where I had to ride 6 hours next to a McCain-hating/Palin-loving right-winger. He is one of those “vote my party no matter what” and that also gives me the heebie-jeebies. I asked him why he hates McCain and supports Palin. He could/would not answer me. I asked him how he could consider, logically, Palin as the “best pick” for McInSane’s running mate. Again, he would not answer me. I finally threw my hands up in the air and told him that he is the typical Republican, you know, someone who can’t/won’t answer straight-forward, legitimate questions.

    Prepare yourself for a large migration of Americans to Canada if the RipMeOffblicans steal this election. To me, that’s the only way they can win. These people suck and I’m embarrassed to be an American these days. I never thought I’d hear myself say that.

  3. SK September 29, 2008 1:38 am

    This was purely a political stunt on McCain’s part. Americans didn’t even know who she was before this election. Hell, I have a friend in Alaska, and she said half of the people in that state didn’t even acknowlege Palin. If she does great and wonderful things, then why doesn’t she have good recognition in her own state?

    I’ve heard nothing but horrible things about her in BOTH issues of the economy and society issues.

    But Obama is leading all polls, so I don’t think McCain’s political stunt worked. Hopefully, the Republican show stops here. If not, then…well…I heard Toronto was a nice place to live.