Meet GOP Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin and her family. Is that family good-looking or what?
This was a master-stroke by Johnny Mac. All that misogyny by the He-Man Woman Haters Club known as Obamanation just came back and took a big ol’ bite out of Teh Precious’ skinny butt.
For months the women supporting Hillary Clinton have been told to shut up and fall in line because they had nowhere else to go. John McCain just sent them this message:
“I WANT YOUR VOTE”
This was a brilliant move by McCain. Sarah Palin is young and telegenic, and any attack on her lack of experience opens up the GOP counter-punch of attacking Uh-bama’s lack of experience. When the He-Man Woman Haters Club launches misogynistic attacks on Palin (and they have already begun) it puts the GOP in the position of supporting and defending women.
When McCain retires in 4-8 years, Sarah Palin will be the natural front-runner to replace him, thus extending GOP control of the White House even longer. Hillary bashed her head bloody on that glass ceiling, leaving 18 million cracks. Sarah Palin will be the one who finally breaks through.
Thanks for nothing, Howard, Donna and Nancy. It could have been Hillary Clinton, instead it will be a Republican.
Democratic party takes careful aim, shoots themselves in both feet by putting out message that Sarah Palin is too rural and too inexperienced.
Obamanation appears to have been caught with their pants down on this pick. It took nearly two hours for their trolls to start making cookie-cutter negative comments about the nomination of Governor Palin. McCain had them totally faked out with rumors that he was going to select Pawlenty or Romney. Obamanation had nothing ready on Palin, and their initial shoot-from-the-hip reaction was D-U-M-B:
“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.