Re: McCain's Veep Pick once a babe?
- From: stephenj <sjex@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 01 Sep 2008 06:33:19 -0500
Sao Paulo Swallow wrote:
On Aug 31, 4:55 pm, blanders0...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:On Aug 31, 6:20 pm, stephenj <s...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
jingus wrote:Herein lays the brilliance of the pick--the most obvious knock on herstephenj wrote:i'd be trolling if anyone could explain how obama is more qualifed thatDave Hazelwood wrote:translation of the translation: i think that you're trolling...You are REALLY not THAT stupid are you ?translation: hazy knows obama is less qualified than palin.
palin, but they can't, so obviously i'm not.
is relative inexperience, but every time the dems mak the charge (and
they have to), she will be like ha mirror that reflect directly in the
direction of Obama himself-*the guy at the top of the ticket ffs!*.
Sure, McCain could pick a name brand, political veteran VP and peck on
Obama's experience, but that can get boring over the next 90 days or
whatever. This is so much better. It not only takes their (dems)
best weapon away, but it turns it against them. But they *have* to go
after her inexperience. A real cunundrum for the dems here.
Dems don't need to do anything. The polls already show 1) women are
more skeptical of her than men 2) evangelicals don't like women who
work outside the home with an infant at home and 3) the Palin pick
makes undecideds *less* likely to vote for McCain.
at this point, Palin is largely unknown. It will come down to how she comes across at the convention and campainging.
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