Some Democrat reaction to Sarah Palin. As usual, they all have the same talking point, and it just shows what a terrible pick Obama is. They all talk about her inexperience but she is not running for president. Plus she has run a state which is way more than Obama has done in his entire life. The only experience Obama has is running for president, which he has been doing since was elected to the senate around 140 working days ago. Let the games begin! I’m putting my money on
The Obama campaign’s response:
“Today, John McCain put the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with zero foreign policy experience a heartbeat away from the presidency. Governor Palin shares John McCain’s commitment to overturning Roe v. Wade, the agenda of Big Oil and continuing George Bush’s failed economic policies — that’s not the change we need, it’s just more of the same,” said Bill Burton, Obama Campaign Spokesman.
Other Dem reaction:
CHUCK SCHUMER: “After the great success of the Democratic convention, the choice of Sarah Palin is surely a Hail Mary pass. It is a real role of the dice and shows how John McCain, Karl Rove et al realize what a strong position the Obama-Biden team and Democrats in general are in in this election. Certainly the choice of Palin puts to rest any argument about inexperience on the Democratic team and while Palin is a fine person, her lack of experience makes the thought of her assuming the presidency troubling. I particularly look forward to the Biden-Palin debate in Missouri.”
Ron Fournier AP
DENVER (AP) – John McCain’s risky choice of Gov. Sarah Palin gives him a running mate who doubles down on his maverick image, may appeal to “hockey moms” and other women, and counters Barack Obama’s aura of new-generation change. But he may have undercut his best attack on the Democrat.
If Obama is an empty suit, as McCain has suggested, is Palin suited for the Oval Office herself?
She is younger and less experienced than the first-term Illinois senator, and brings an ethical shadow to the ticket. A governor for just 20 months, she was two-term mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, a town of 6,500 where the biggest issue is controlling growth and the biggest civic worry is whether there will be enough snow for the Iditarod dog-mushing race.
Pelosi. “Why, when the country is fighting two wars, facing an uncertain economy and an energy crisis, did Sen. McCain make the choice that he did?’’ Pelosi asked. “Why, with so many other qualified women and men in his party, did John McCain choose Sarah Palin? Sarah Palin is not the right choice. She shares John McCain’s commitment to overturning Roe v. Wade and continuing George Bush’s failed economic policies.’‘
The Dems have lost this election. They know it, and their attacks on Sarah Palin show desperation on their part. Stay classy Donks.
Beldar Blog has some great info on just what Sarah Palin is all about. Puts BHO to shame.
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