From the New York Times
Mr. McCain’s advisers said Friday that Mr. McCain was well aware that Ms. Palin would be criticized for her lack of foreign policy experience, but that he viewed her as exceptionally talented and intelligent and that he felt she would be able to be educated quickly.
“She’s going to learn national security at the foot of the master for the next four years, and most doctors think that he’ll be around at least that long,” said Charlie Black, one of Mr. McCain’s top advisers, making light of concerns about Mr. McCain’s health, which Mr. McCain’s doctors reported as excellent in May.
Devil says.I find your claim of "enthusiasm" a bit hollow
So would I. Perhaps we will get lucky and she will move to the top of the ticket in two yrs. and one day, then she will get promoted to pres. Not that I want to see McCain drop dead, but Palin will make a better pres than McCain. In Eight years Palin will only be 52 yrs. old. Then she can choose Michael Steele for her VP. Then in 2024 Michael Steele can choose up and coming Lousiana governer Bobby Gindel for his VP. A toast to the end of liberalismcoalkirk wrote:So does Castro but the last time I checked, Alaska wasn't a dictatorship. She got her approval rating the old fashioned way...She earned it. Alaska is full of free spirits who arn't easily lead. that speaks volumes for her popularity. Frankly I'd rather see her on the top of the ticket. Who knows, in 4 years?
Duengeon master wrote:Barack Obama went to Maryland right before the 2006 election to campain against Michael steele. Obama went into black neighborhoods and gave several speeches Just before the election and tipped the scales against Steele. I appoligise but I can't remember the name of his opponent. I don't live in Maryland. Perhaps Yanche or other Marylanders can name the senator.( Not black enough ) If A Republican said that wouldn't that be racist?
Dallas wrote:Who's' going to be the first to mention Sarah's daughter's mishap?