Devil505 wrote:Here are a few letters:
She is really just a mayor from a small town outside Anchorage who has been a governor for only 1.5 years, and has ZERO national and international experience. I shudder to think that she could be the person taking that 3AM call on the White House hotline, and the one who could potentially be charged with leading the US in the volatile international scene that exists today. —Rose M., Fairbanks, AK
She is VERY, VERY conservative, and far from perfect. She's a hunter and fisherwoman, but votes against the environment again and again. She ran on ethics reform, but is currently under investigation for several charges involving hiring and firing of state officials. She has NO experience beyond Alaska. —Christine B., Denali Park, AK
As an Alaskan and a feminist, I am beyond words at this announcement. Palin is not a feminist, and she is not the reformer she claims to be. —Karen L., Anchorage, AK
Alaskans, collectively, are just as stunned as the rest of the nation. She is doing well running our State, but is totally inexperienced on the national level, and very much unequipped to run the nation, if it came to that. She is as far right as one can get, which has already been communicated on the news. In our office of thirty employees (dems, republicans, and nonpartisans), not one person feels she is ready for the V.P. position.—Sherry C., Anchorage, AK
She's vehemently anti-choice and doesn't care about protecting our natural resources, even though she has worked as a fisherman. McCain chose her to pick up the Hillary voters, but Palin is no Hillary. —Marina L., Juneau, AK
I think she's far too inexperienced to be in this position. I'm all for a woman in the White House, but not one who hasn't done anything to deserve it. There are far many other women who have worked their way up and have much more experience that would have been better choices. This is a patronizing decision on John McCain's part- and insulting to females everywhere that he would assume he'll get our vote by putting "A Woman" in that position.—Jennifer M., Anchorage, AK
I don't see how any of those comments make Obama and Biden a clear better choice?
Rose M., Fairbanks, AK speaks of experience...ummm Obama's experience to be President compared to Palin's experience to be Vice Prez???
Christine B., Denali Park, AK says Palin is VERY VERY Conservative...so??? Dig deeper and tell us more about her ethics please...you're not mentioning everything there Christine.
Karen L. Anchorage, AK - obviously a proud feminist and more than likely sleeps with other feminists...sounds like she's mad that Palin looks good in a skirt....
Word of advice Karen...shave your legs every once in a while...trim your beard also.
Sherry C., Anchorage, AK..."In our office of thirty employees (dems, republicans, and nonpartisans), not one person feels she is ready for the V.P. position" Well that does it...I am listening to Sherry and her fellow 29 co-workers..
Marina L., Juneau, AK..."She's vehemently anti-choice ... but Palin is no Hillary." short comment...THANK GOD!!!!
Jennifer M., Anchorage, AK...I'm kind of wondering if Jennifer knows who Obama is and what office he is running for???
Paulie wrote: ... lets get a black guy that has oration skills ... Obama can debate and speak,...
I'm sorry Paulie, I just don't agree with you. Obama has awesome oration and speaking skills.....as long as the teleprompter is readable. I personally like his accent when he's around other African Americans.